How To Be Fascinating with Sally Hogshead

Do you ever wonder what makes certain people captivating, and others…

Not so much?

Often, it has nothing to do with someone’s age, looks or even talent, but rather an innate ability to get and keep other people’s attention.

Kind of like an “it factor.”

You don't learn how to be fascinating, you unlearn how to be boring. @SallyHogshead Click To Tweet

Now what if I said that you have this certain “it factor” too but you probably don’t know it and worse, you’re not using it to your full advantage.

Hopefully, you’d be intrigued enough to keep reading…

Because my guest today, Sally Hogshead, is the world’s leading expert on the science of fascination and she’s going to show you six steps to be more fascinating.

Now before you balk, please understand that this isn’t about changing who you are.

This is about understanding and embracing the distinct advantages you were born with and being more of that.

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Networking Basics: 8 Tips to Networking Without Being Fake

As I sit here typing away, I’ve got my big green fuzzy socks on: a true sign that fall is finally here.

I’m not sure why autumn is such a busy season for events, but it is.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be speaking at three different conferences, then hosting our own sold out shindig, RHH Live, at Donna Karan’s gorgeous Urban Zen center the last week in October.

We have two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak. - Epictetus Click To Tweet

Most of us have heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, but who you know.”

While I don’t entirely agree with that statement, I wholeheartedly agree that strong relationships make a huge difference to the speed and satisfaction of your success.

And attending live events is a fantastic way to build your network and make connections.

The problem is, many of us can’t stand the idea of networking. It feels fake and contrived. And if you’re an introvert, fuggettaboutit.

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How To Create Your Brand & Find Your Voice

This week, I’m back in the city for the first time in a long time.

I’ve been blissfully beached out in Sag Harbor for nearly a month, but I’ve come back to my beloved concrete jungle for a week of massive creation time related to MarieTV.

Before we head into this week’s episode, I just want to say a HUGE and heartfelt THANK YOU for subscribing, reading, watching and supporting.

When I first started MarieTV 22 months ago, I had no idea what it would turn into (I still don’t) and I had no idea what I was doing (still don’t :)), but what I do know, is this.

I love the challenge of figuring it out and I’m committed to delivering you the very best I’ve got.

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How To Stand Out From The Crowd

Do you ever wonder why some people and brands stand out from the crowd while others remain unknown?

What makes one person or business remarkable, while others all seem so “vanilla” and forgettable?

Nothing will kill your business faster than being lost in a crowd of sameys. Click To Tweet

I’m fascinated with this topic because, on the surface, many people appear to be selling the same kinds of products or services.

But as you know, there are always people and brands that rise above the rest and become leaders of their industry.

If you’ve ever wanted to be one of those people who stands out in a crowd, today’s episode of MarieTV is for you.

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How To Build A Reputation When You’ve Just Started Your Business

I’m about to go into my creative cave to prep for my event, RHH Live. It’s three weeks away and we’re near sold out, which I’m both humbled and grateful for.

If you asked me how we get these kinds of results, I’d say it’s because I’ve built a reputation over the years for truly caring about my customers and working my tush off to over deliver on value and experience.

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