As a professional speaker, I've met thousands and thousands of people over the years.
I've met some of the most powerful and influential executives and leaders in the world. I've also met single parents who are doing everything they can to make ends meat.
I've also watched some of these top executives and their entire empires crumble, while on the contrary, I've experienced the blue-collar individual THRIVE, and go on to achieve amazing things.
I've studied people for over 30 years, and in that time, I've discovered something pretty incredible:
It doesn't matter if you are rich, poor, or in between, fully 85 percent of what you accomplish – in your career and your personal life – will be determined by how well you get your message across and by how capable you are of inspiring people to take action on your ideas and recommendations.
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I've seen it time and time again. If you can communicate your message effectively, your future is unlimited.
The thing is, so many people don't communicate effectively – even those people who think that because they're blessed with the gift of gab, they are great communicators. Often, getting your idea across has nothing to do with how well you can make small talk. It has everything to do with how well you communicate.
Because so many people overlook the difference – and because communication is a skill you can learn – I've decided to send out a brand new special report, my gift to you: "Getting Your Ideas Across."
In this special report, I share ideas, techniques and skills you can use to accelerate your progress toward power communication.
When you read "Getting Your Ideas Across" you learn:
- 2 major myths about communication and why they may be causing you to do the exact opposite of what you should if you want to communicate effectively
- The 2 key components of communication – and why, if you're missing either one, you're not communicating effectively
- The 3 elements in direct, face-to-face communication (all of these must be congruent in order for effective communication to take place)
- An easy, simple way to double the effect of what you're saying
- 2 things that are much more important than the words you choose when you're trying to get a message across
- Why so many people distort the message and miss the point, and what you can do to stop this from happening when you're speaking
When you become known and respected as an effective communicator, people respond to your messages much more quickly and willingly. That is the secret of effective communication.
Once you begin implementing these techniques and strategies right away, you'll notice a difference in the way people respond to you. And you'll enjoy the results!
Here's to getting your message across,