Principles of Service – Warwick Merry
I’m excited to introduce you to my amazing guest, Warwick Merry. Warwick is a host, podcaster, and a professional emcee who lives in Australia and says his superpower is making a fantastic cup of coffee. What?? He goes on to explain that the important thing is NOT the act of making the coffee, but BEING OF SERVICE to others. Warwick springboards from this principle of service for our conversation.
Warwick knows that being of service and having a service mindset can really play a role in your success. He shares some extremely practical advice that you can implement when networking and making connections, which lead to establishing real relationships in your business. Everyone loves to be cared for and to be served, and by simply making care and service a core principle of your life, so many things will change for you. Warwick guides us as we learn how to embrace the mindset of service.
Bio: Warwick Merry is a Master MC and an inspiring professional speaker, renowned for his high-energy presentations and seminars. He has over 30 different audio and video programs and a recently released book titled Get More Inspiration. He’s bass singer, motorcycle rider and poodle daddy, and we hear he makes a mean cup of coffee!
- The benefits in life to being of service
- Looking after other people—in personal life and business
- Cultural differences
- The Care Factor—paying people well will motivate them to do a good job for you
- Warwick shares personal stories of how being of service pays off with deep connections
- How to network successfully to form meaningful connections
- Why your business card NEEDS your photo!
- Systems, organization, and consistency
- Warwick’s Get More Goer—inspiration every Monday
- Daily rituals: focus on gratitude (write down three things)
- The RAS process: like attracts like
- How to celebrate success: Warwick’s celebration shopping list
- Warwick’s podcast: Get More Success show
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