Hal Bowman

March 19, 2020

Episode Summary

I bring Hal back to revisit why this podcast was started in the first place and make sure we are still doing it right. After we catch up, we got some unexpected places regarding setting people's expectations...

Episode Note

Every wonder how far you should go in being your true self? How bold is too bold? How does expectations play into this? Check out the conversation that starts at 21:12. Somehow we find ourselves talking about the problem of having a customer who doesn't make the final decisions on the purchase. This is a surprisingly common problem. 41:45. Building is a leadership team has a lot to do with expectations. How do you send the right message to the team about what it is to truly lead? 52:37.

Get in touch:
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HAL:  HalBowman.com | Hal@HalBowman.com  | @halbowman

Production credit:
Engineering / Post-Production: Leopold Medley
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable

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