Have you ever experienced attending a conference but you were on your mobile phone the whole time and was never connected with the speaker? Or maybe you experienced something similar like the person next to you was opening up about how his/her day went but you weren't listening and have missed most of the important points of the entire conversation. In this episode, Oscar Trimboli shares the methods and techniques we can apply to be a better listener. We will also discuss how listening can be a crucial part of being successful.
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I'm on Fossil Walk in Badlands Park. It's a pretty cool name, and this place is famous for its fossils, particularly mammals, which we've found lots of ancient pigs, rhinos, horses, rabbits, rodents, and plenty of others. I find it amazing that this piece of history can be preserved like this for millions of years.
Our special guest in this episode is Leschen Smaller from Element Business and Accounting Solutions. How come so many businesses have collapsed? Where have they gone? Why didn't they save for a rainy day? These are just some of the questions we have in mind and Leschen is here to enlighten us. She explains 13-week cash flow and talks more about getting projections for when your cash is coming in and when your cash is going out—something that is certainly important and that has been highlighted through this whole COVID crisis thing. Normally, businesses might save a little bit for a rainy day, but Leschen shares a better way to stay afloat in times of crisis: forecasting. Read more or listen to the podcast!