Encore OTS 094: Habitual Networking – Jordan Harbinger

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Today’s guest is a Wall Street lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert, and entrepreneur, whose affinity for social influence, interpersonal dynamics, and social engineering has led him to, and through, many unique situations.

He spent several years abroad, speaks five languages, and has worked for various governments and NGOs overseas. His travel took him through war zones and got him kidnapped twice. He will tell you the only reason he is alive today is because of his innate ability to talk his way into, and out of, almost any situation.

Now, after co-hosting a top 50 iTunes podcast for over a decade, achieving almost four million downloads a month during its prime, he has embarked on a new adventure: running his own podcast show, where he deconstructs the playbooks of the most successful entrepreneurs, celebrities, writers, and experts on earth to share their strategies, perspectives, and insights with his listeners.

Along with his podcast show, he is one of the best and most sought-after coaches in the world because of his business sense, extensive knowledge of the industry, and his contemporary approach to teaching.

Please join me in welcoming Jordan Harbinger.

Explore the captivating journey of Jordan Harbinger, from a Wall Street lawyer to a renowned talk show host and leadership expert, as he shares insights on adaptability, global experiences, and intentional networking.

In this episode, we discuss:

🤝 Jordan’s journey from a Wall Street lawyer to a successful talk show host highlights the power of adaptability and leveraging diverse experiences.

🤝 Leadership involves leading by example, being transparent, and prioritizing others’ needs.

🤝 His global experiences, including time spent abroad and navigating challenging situations, emphasize the value of open-mindedness and cultural awareness.

🤝 Jordan’s intentional networking habits, cultivated through daily routines, showcase the importance of nurturing strong and weak connections for long-term success.

Discover the secrets of “Habitual Networking” with Jordan Harbinger, it’s time to make connections as strong as your morning coffee!


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