Monthly Archives: June 2011

Art of Telling – Five Satisfactions

The Essence of Communication! In my previous blog post I shared the Three Satisfactions that all presenters want from their listeners. They are attention, belief and action. When we present, whether to an audience of 1, 5 or 500, we … Continue reading

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Art of Telling – Three Satisfactions

The Essence of Communication! In 1999 I attended a two part seminar entitled; The Effective Use of Language. At the end of the first evening I went up to the presenter, Frank Patterson and introduced myself. I told him I … Continue reading

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Art of Telling – Communication is #1

Think of communication in terms of an outcome! Unfortunately, nothing is so simple that it can’t be misunderstood. You might not think of yourself as a communicator, but the truth is you spend countless hours every day attempting to communicate. … Continue reading

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