I don’t like one-way conversations

Hello,

Tell me if I am wrong, but if you are anything like me, I don’t like one-way conversations. I truly do not believe most people like one-way conversations in person, in a classroom or at a workshop.

That means, one person is delivering a monologue while the other person, you or me, are listening without any words uttered out of our mouths.

That is not a great feeling.
So why is it that so many entrepreneurs, professors and/or instructors are having one-way conversations with us, rather than with us?

It is because they are not paying attention to their crowd and can be a little selfish. When I’m at a conference or workshop, I am not satisfied with a lecture, I want hand-outs, I want to ask questions, and I want to be asked questions. That is why at The National L.I.S.T. Tour (Lessons in Success Training), we make it mandatory that our instructors do not go into lecture mode, but provide two-way conversations with them and the audience. We want to make sure our atmosphere is open and liberated, all while you are educated in business and strategies.

We are so looking forward to seeing you in San Diego on the 17th of March.

This is just your reminder, to grab your seat now, as the clock is ticking.

We can’t wait to see you!

LW

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