Communication Strategies That Will Change How You Interact with the World
The ability to powerfully influence others requires communication skills that consider an audience’s point of view, including what they need, how they feel, and what encourages them to empathize with a speaker.
Nothing is as powerfully influential as an idea communicated with conviction. It’s why we include “believe in your ideas” as one of the strategies that will transform how others react and interact with you.
The size of your audience doesn’t matter. Whether used in a private conversation with one person or in a presentation given to a room of one hundred, the six principles we share in this week’s Silver Dollar episode will elevate your confidence and status as a communicator who can connect with and move an audience to action.
When you tune in, you’ll hear us explain what each of the following principles means along with examples of how you might apply them in your sales presentations, your daily conversations, in the workplace, and even in your personal relationships.
- Put more effort into listening and observing than you do speaking.
- Connect with your audience on an emotional level.
- Believe in the ideas you promote.
- Understand your subject in detail and practice more than you need to.
- Keep your message simple while sharing the core of your idea.
- Use stories to help your audience remember your message in more detail and for longer periods.
We hope you enjoy this episode and act on the advice Luke offers at the end. We’d also appreciate it if you took a moment to leave us a 5-star review and comment on Apple Podcasts. (We read them on air!) Thanks for listening!
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