STARS ALSO KNOW HOW TO USE THE RIGHT MESSAGE WITH THE right audience at the right time. They are superb communicators. But being a good communicator doesn't always mean "being on." In fact, one of the things that average performers do wrong is to communicate over: Every day, they send another memo to the boss. They chatter on, but they have done anything to contribute. People turn a deaf ear to them. Star performers know how to time their message, and how to craft them, so people pay attention.
If you want to excel at "show and tell," understand your audience: What moves people in a particular audience? Who do they listen to? What languages makes sense to them?
For one person, it's going to be dollars; for another, it's going to be valued. You match that language with the way you deliver information---whether you're making a presentation, sending a memo, or cornering someone in the hallway to test an idea.
Figure out the message that moves people, put it into the language they speak and deliver it in a way that works for them.
The whole concept here is for you to understand how to perform without even having to think about what you're doing, working at your highest ability. Showcasing your talents and address solutions that provide the reason for your audience to listen to what you're saying.
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Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
"Pay Yourself First Because the #Economy that Matters Most... is the One in Your Own #Home" https://t.co/wo7XWWjaFZ pic.twitter.com/VSVAtkJ6El— Joseph Botelho (@jfbmarketing) January 19, 2016