What’s the best way to listen?

On the tenth episode of The Career Challenges Podcast, I get to talk with Inga Bielinska. She’s a training and leadership coach with clients from all over the world.

I’m not exaggerating, she mentions working with clients from Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America.

Hailing from Poland herself, Inga discovered leadership coaching thanks to a suggestion from a mentor. This has led to her becoming connected with a wide array of people, and ultimately landing in Mountain View, California.

I had a great time talking with Inga, and I can honestly say I got more out of the dialogue than she did.

She also mentioned she’s a runner and given I run as well, I got sidetracked asking her questions. She graciously answered and humored me as I delved into the sport. I’m sure she could beat me in a race, but she says she doesn’t run to compete.

Inga is also a published author, working on her third book! She has two others published that she co-authored with another leadership expert. If I could read Polish, I’d put these books on my reading list.

After the host finally got past his distractions, Inga got to explain how she managed to work with such a varied group of clients- by listening.

As a certified ghostwriter, listening is integral to the successful execution of my duties. Whereas I listen for the story, Inga listens to understand mindsets.

Listen in to the episode to discover how she does it. You can learn a lot from this episode, so get to it!

Enjoy!

Transcript coming soon!

Published by Kyle Weckerly Certified Ghostwriter

Kyle Weckerly is a certified ghostwriter based out of San Antonio, TX. Visit weckerlywriter.com, or email him at kylewweckerly@gmail.com, to tell him about your book.

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