WHAT IS GETTING IN ?

Getting In is a strategy – helping others better connect. Whether you are a parent trying to get through to your teenager, a leader looking to develop chemistry with your team (or vice versa), a business leader looking to expand your reach, or someone trying to get to know your neighbors – the Getting In strategy is for you. These four steps (State The Obvious • Research • Getting In • Staying In) are proven to, not only establish relationships but more importantly, keep them.

1

State The Obvious
Here is where you take a moment to jot down what you already know. Grab a sheet of paper and go for it. Whether a little or a lot. Just write it down.

2

Research
What else can you find out? Who knows them more than you? Find out and ask them. Now add it to the same sheet of paper or electronic device.

3

Getting In
This is where the magic begins. Schedule a face-to-face meeting (with food). Using your notes, prepare to make the experience unforgettable.

4

Staying In
Starting relationships is easier than keeping them. However, keeping them does not have to be difficult. Special moments make all the difference.

Getting In with Family

The whole “parenting” thing is kind of tough. First, we need to meet the needs of a tiny one that does not quite speak our language yet, which is about as fun as eating the food we feed them. Enter the Getting In strategy. It helps you develop a relationship that will last into their teens, twenties and beyond. Even if you feel the relationship is beyond help, there is hope. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

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Getting In at Work

We spend so much time at work. What makes the time more enjoyable is working with a great team. The health of a team is determined by the leader. Use the Getting In strategy create a healthy team culture – improving retention and productivity. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

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Getting In with Ministry

Every ministry wants people to connect. But making that actually happen consistently can be a struggle. Building authentic community does not have to be forced. Getting In can help. Learn how to structure your ministry to maximize your efforts. Putting the right people in place and facilitating effective training can make all the difference. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

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Getting In with Neighbors

Our communities are filled with strangers. Over time, we know less and less of our neighbors. We don’t know them and they don’t know us. However, we all express the desire to connect with others (even introverts). To do that, we have to take the risk and turn the door knob to get out of our homes. Getting In makes the next few steps simple. You may meet your best friends just a few steps away. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

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Getting In with Family

The whole “parenting” thing is kind of tough. First, we need to meet the needs of a tiny one that does not quite speak our language yet, which is about as fun as eating the food we feed them. Enter the Getting In strategy. It helps you develop a relationship that will last into their teens, twenties and beyond. Even if you feel the relationship is beyond help, there is hope. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

SCHEDULE NOW

Getting In at Work

We spend so much time at work. What makes the time more enjoyable is working with a great team. The health of a team is determined by the leader. Use the Getting In strategy create a healthy team culture – improving retention and productivity. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

SCHEDULE NOW

Getting In with Ministry

Every ministry wants people to connect. But making that actually happen consistently can be a struggle. Building authentic community does not have to be forced. Getting In can help. Learn how to structure your ministry to maximize your efforts. Putting the right people in place and facilitating effective training can make all the difference. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

SCHEDULE NOW

Getting In with Neighbors

Our communities are filled with strangers. Over time, we know less and less of our neighbors. We don’t know them and they don’t know us. However, we all express the desire to connect with others (even introverts). To do that, we have to take the risk and turn the door knob to get out of our homes. Getting In makes the next few steps simple. You may meet your best friends just a few steps away. Schedule a phone consultation, private session or group workshop today!

SCHEDULE NOW