The 3-letter-word that’ll ALWAYS help you paint a clear picture for your audience [Video]


Welcome back to Part II of this month’s 2020 Vision series.

Last week we talked about goals and getting clear on which skills YOU need to develop this year to tackle allyour to-dos in less time with less stress.

Missed it? Snag that free goal-setting worksheet here.

TODAY, I’m breaking down the #1 secret to articulating your thoughts more clearly – no matter who you’re talking to or how complex your point is. 

If you’ve ever wondered how to:

  • Hook an audience without breaking a sweat
  • Keep people (anyone–a friend, an investor, a crowd of 500…) genuinely interested in what you’re saying
  • Or help others really understand and internalize the point you’re trying to make

You’re not alone and this video is for you!

Watch this 4-minute clip and learn the magical 3-letter-word that’ll always help you paint a clear picture of what you’re trying to say and keep your listener engaged along the way.

Once you’ve watched, I’d love to hear from you! Tell me: How will you use this magic word to paint a clearer picture of what you’re trying to say?

Leave a comment below and let me know.

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And if you got something out of this post please share it with your friends and colleagues. 

In the meantime, keep showing up as that YOU, you most want to be. One intention and one interaction at a time. 

Can’t wait to see you next week for the third leg of our 2020 Vision Series ?

All my love,

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