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S1 E8

Breaking bread with Gautam Ganglani

with Gautam Ganglani

03 Mar 2021 11:00 am

For the last several years, networking has been dreading many people. Those who are comfortable have a very different perspective of what networking in a professional environment means.

Our guest for this episode is Gautam Ganglani, the author of "Breaking Bread." In his view, when networking is approached differently and holistically, it can yield long-lasting and meaningful results. At the same time, it can build long-term relationships too.

We talk about:

  • His book and the idea of "Breaking Bread."
  • What is going wrong in virtual meetings these days?
  • How do you utilize his idea of Breaking Bread and optimize it to suit your circumstances?
  • Value of affirmations and how it can help in networking?
  • A few tips to get better at networking in today's covidian world.

Gautam was born in London and completed his education in the UK. He now has over 20 years of experience as a business entrepreneur as part of a father & son team, representing and working very closely with world-renowned authors & global thought leaders like Marshall Goldsmith, Ron Kaufman, and Brian Tracy.

He shares insights into the power of building high-quality relationships from his learnings from these authors and his experience in Europe, the Gulf, India & Asia that will help you transform your happiness, fulfillment, and results you achieve in your personal and professional career.

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