Jordan Harbinger – The Art Of Social Fluency

Jordan Harbinger is a Wall Street lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert, and entrepreneur.

He’s the owner and co-founder of The Art of Charm, a consulting & coaching company – as well as a top 50 podcast on iTunes – which he’s been hosting for over a decade.

Jordan’s company, The Art of Charm, holds boot camps and training sessions companies and individuals that want to learn the elements of emotional intelligence to become more persuasive, confident and charismatic.

The Art of Charm receives over 3,000,000 downloads per month and growing.

Jordan’s business sense, extensive knowledge of the industry and contemporary approach to teaching make him one of the best and most sought-after coaches in the world.

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Some Questions Connor Asks:
Were you always interested in relationships? – 21:41
When is vulnerability effective? – 30:12
How is social media influencing opinion based reality? – 42:19
How do you stay socially relevant? – 47:42

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Editing & Mixing by: Aaron Johnson


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  • I was so turned off by the first ten minutes of [whiny] speech by Mr. Harbinger about NOTHING (but his buddies energy bar and other weight loss nonsense), that I gave up. This is not a good advertisement for your podcast Connor and you seemed to have no way to control the conversation (if there ever was one). What was the point he was, or you were, trying to make? I did not get it at all.

    • Zander Robertson
      September 5, 2017 5:42 pm

      Thanks for the insight, Steve. Shame you didn’t stick through the first 10 minutes or use the fast forward function. The rest of the podcast was excellent.