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Do you often get the feeling that people aren’t really paying much attention to what you’re saying?
Learning to speak in a way that encourages listening can have numerous benefits. Imagine how your life might be different if others made it a point to seek out your opinions! It would be great for your self-esteem and confidence.
Being able to command the attention of others can also benefit your career. Have you ever known someone who wasn’t particularly good at their job, but still managed to thrive within the company? It could be that your co-worker thrived because they had mastered the art of talking so others will listen.
Some people are so charismatic that they could be reading the ingredients from a box of corn flakes, and mesmerize everyone around them. On the other hand, there are others – and this might be you – that could scream “fire,” and yet, no one even picks up his head to look their direction.
It’s frustrating to have worthwhile things to say when no one will pay attention long enough to really listen. When others listen to you, you carry more influence. You have more impact with everyone and greater control over your life.
What’s the difference? Is it in the voice? Is it body language?
It’s actually a number of things, but fortunately they’re all things that can be learned. You’ll soon know what you need to know to talk so others will listen.
We’re going to attack the challenge from every angle. Your charisma, body language, mindset, vocabulary, and more will all be addressed in this report.
Let’s get started.
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