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I’m thrilled to bring back to the Creative Warriors podcast serial author, business coach and speaker, Honorée Corder. She is the best-selling author of more than a dozen books, including her newest publication “Business Dating: Applying Relationship Rules in Business for Ultimate Success”. Honorée’s books help business professionals create successful life-long, mutually-beneficial business relationships.

It was a real pleasure discussing the effective and ineffective parallels between personal and professional dating, and the value of investing your time into developing deep, meaningful, and long-lasting relationships with a select group of other professionals in our fast moving digital age.

Honorée empowers others to shed limiting beliefs, dream big, and go for what they truly want. Her mission is to inspire and motivate people to turn their vision and dreams into their real-life reality, sharing a leading-edge process she created for her executive coaching clients. We reviewed her 12X12 system, which is simple, easy, and powerful to use.

Chock full of meaningful insights and best practices, our conversation is sure to inspire. Enjoy!

Highlights –

  • The parallels between business and dating
  • The 12X12 system
  • 5 stages of a relationship
  • “Trust Bridge” defined
  • Why hope is not a business plan

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Offers and Gratitudes ~

Honorée is generously offering free chapters to “Vision to Reality” and “Tall Order” as well as 2 free chapters of her new book, “Business Dating”. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Honorée‘s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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