Every week, Tony Chapman chats with ordinary people doing extraordinary things. In his inspiring Chatter That Matters podcast series, Chapman uncovers tales of astonishing grit and resilience, stories of strength and impact, and valuable lessons that can help see the possibilities of life — even during challenging times.
When was the last time you had a Memory that Last a lifetime?
Memories that last a lifetime are a tall order. I’m not talking about significant events like your wedding day, the birth of a child, or even a promotion or milestone birthday; I am talking about an experience that you were so immersed in that you will remember for the rest of your life. You leave with your eyes shining, your heart beating, and with a mindset to share.
Humans covet experiences to do more, see more and be more, and with social media, we now have our publishing empire to post our life at the speed of life.
In this week’s episode of Chatter that Matters, Chapman chats with Joe Pine, who many consider the world thought leader on The Experience Economy. In this podcast, you will discover why experiences matter in your ability to engage, inspire, motivate, teach, lead, market, sell and persuade.
Joe Pine not only shares why exceptional experiences matter in having whatever you do stand out, but he also teaches you his secrets. Learn the four E’s of a great experience and how you can apply them in any scenario, from a backyard barbecue to a boardroom presentation and everything in between.
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