We've all listened to speakers who were simply not able to finish their long introductions and just get to the point. Once they get there, we wonder how it's all related to anything and if it's just us not getting what they're trying to explain.
Those speeches are the worst. You know there's something important or interesting that you could learn from the expert on the stage, yet your head is filled with question marks and eventually you start zoning out.
The same might be happening to your audience when they listen to you or read your content. Clear, concise communication that's also not boring doesn't come naturally to most of us.
In this podcast episode, after a ton of requests, we're continuing our discussion on efficient communication - listen in!
Communication. We all do it on a daily basis, yet so often we tend to misinterpret each other with even our closest friends. It only gets harder when you're trying to explain something to an audience that doesn't even know you in person.
In this episode, you'll learn how you can apply the "Bento Box Thinking" to the way you communicate that will help you get your point across easier and faster both in speaking and in writing, save time on coming up with a draft or script, and sell your product our service better!
This episode is not only going to give an awesome boost to your marketing skills but you'll be able to use what you're about to learn even in your personal life!
Trends are changing faster than ever before. Most of us still remember life without the internet, yet even what used to be "the thing" online is outdated now. Those who want to keep on growing simply have to keep up.
Online advertising, the lifeblood of much of the internet as we know it, is slowly dying. We can feel the next wave coming. Those who can catch it early could win in a big way.
If you've been wondering why your online ads are less successful than they were in the past or you're a creator or personal brand, this episode is for you.
This is my first “RQR Basics” video. There are three sources from which new visitors can come to your website. In the video, I illustrate each of these three sources. The purpose of the video is to provide a general idea of traffic building for anyone new to this subject.
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