The power of communication. Connect with others.
Les Brown suggests continuing working on yourself and working in your mindset and your presentation power. As he has putted: “Once you open your mouth, the world will now know who you are”. Your ability to tell your story is key. When you meet someone and you want to do business with them and people are asking three questions: who are you, what do you have and why should I care? Trust is important and confidence is important. Communicate in a way that will connect with people, expand their minds and touch their heart.
Lift up your energy
Robin Sharma goes even further saying that the words you use either lift up your energy, make you more creative, allow you to do world-class things or deny your talents. You have a choice every day at work and at home and out on the streets with strangers to use the language of leadership. A lot of great artists were so careful with their words as their words lifted people up. Start to use the language of some of those world-class speakers and leaders. Exercise will make it really clear and as you know clarity breeds mastery. You are not constructed to be a victim and once you get your words right you are going to start noticing daily shifts in your energy, your confidence and your output.
Matt Abraham advises that in order to be more conversational use conversational language. Say what is important. Use pronouns instead of numbers.
Create by a feeling of commonality
According to Tony Robbins rapport is power. People will not going to give you what you want until you first give them what they want and you’re never going to find out what they want until you first get in a relationship of rapport. This means total responsiveness between people when someone is totally responding to you and you’re totally responding to them. Most people only get rapport with people who are like themselves. Rapport is created by a feeling of commonality. The authenticity is super important and so if you’re talking to somebody why if you’re trying to show appreciation you’re trying to thank them for something then tell them what it actually means to you.
If you’re getting on stage and talking about your product or service tell them what that actually means to you. Too many people have surface-level conversations, like how you doing there how was your weekend and you fall into the same pattern of talking about stuff and not actually get to anything deep and meaningful. Be authentic of listening to somebody or expressing concern or sharing what you’re excited about with emotion and not just staying at the surface level.
When you are saying something that is deeply meaningful and personal when you are authentic then the message tends to connect much better.
The authentic message tends to connect much better
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