TCF845: The Power of Being Present and Setting Expectations

Showing up half-heartedly to roleplays and training will not give you the full benefits and impacts your ability to listen and interact with real clients — Effortless training leads to poor client interactions. Tim and Derek discuss the importance of paying attention and holding yourself to a high standard during roleplay training calls.

In this episode, they discuss:

  • The importance of paying attention to training calls to gain valuable skills and scripts
  • Some members pay fees but do not give full attention during calls
  • Keeping roleplay scripts consistent to build muscle memory 
  • The impact of being present and engaged during training on real client interactions
  • The need to be fully committed and present in all areas of life, not just business


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