“I think good listening is rooted in observation, but it’s also rooted in empathy.” – Daniel Lamb
Daniel Lamb has built his career on listening.
Whether he’s working as a conversion consultant and copywriter in his micro-agency Holland Creative, co-hosting the Artist Inclusive podcast, or facilitating the Artist Inclusive community, Daniel uses his empathetic superpower to build connections and foster transformation.
It’s rare to meet someone who is as transparent as Daniel. He speaks openly about the challenges he faced during his early years and how he made the conscious decision to use those experiences to create opportunities for himself.
It’s this ability to be vulnerable and his deep understanding of human psychology that make his brand so compelling.
Join us for our conversation, where we discuss:
→The journey that led up to the founding of Holland Creative
→Daniel’s process for validating ideas
→How to develop the skill of deep listening
→The connection between listening and empathy
→How to build and grow a thriving community
→The significance of Unnovation
→The Artist Inclusive podcast and community
“Authenticity is addictive. In a world that is increasingly skeptical, people respond to messages they can relate to.” – Tiffany A. Ingle
I really enjoyed chatting with Daniel Lamb. It’s so rare to meet someone who is so smart, yet so down to earth.
Daniel shared so much wisdom in this episode that I know I’ll be able to use in my own business. I suspect you’ll learn a few things from him, too.
Here are some key takeaways we covered in our conversation:
- Pay attention to the questions your audience is asking and you’ll find the key to your next sellable idea.
- Becoming a good listener is a matter of being interested in where someone is coming from. It’s observation rooted in empathy.
- Being vulnerable in your storytelling is good, especially when it enhances your connection with your clients, but avoid oversharing.