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Technology has made it socially acceptable to communicate in sound bites at a furious pace. At the same time we seem to know less and less about how to deeply, profoundly connect. Without a balance between the two, disconnection is inevitable.

Let’s face it, people who connect deeply with others accelerate their personal success and ability to find meaning. There is nothing quite like being in flow and connecting with others. In business today, it’s practically a requirement if you want to succeed at online marketing. We are thrilled to bring Achim Nowak to the Creative Warriors community to share his insights on the 4 levels of connection.

Achim’s book, “Infectious: How to Connect Deeply and Unleash the Energetic Leader Within” has received acclaim in Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Forbes and Publishers Weekly. His firm has helped thousands of entrepreneurs and executives around the world to show up with radiant presence and be boldly influential.

Achim is an international authority on leadership presence, author, keynote speaker, C-Suite coach and all around fantastic guy as you will soon discover.


Highlights –

  • The 4 levels of connection
  • How talk, power, intent and energy all play a role in meaningful connections
  • The link between deeper connection and tangible results
  • Intriguing thoughts on charisma
  • What unused personal power inspires

Resources –

Gifts and Gratitudes –

Achim is generously offering a weekly “Energy Boost” message. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab and check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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