It’s the silence between words or notes in music that gives them meaning – if we just string words together without breaks, it’s just noise. Steve uses this fascinating analogy to ask you a question, “Are you making music or noise when you talk to customers?” He tells you why you need to STFU when you’re having a discussion.
In this episode, Steve discusses:
The power of silence
Story from Steve’s early business when he learned how long 60 seconds really feel
Analogy of words or notes in music to tell that words are meaningless without silence
Encouragement to roleplay STFU with people around you
Asking a question and then staying silent is more important than the question itself
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