What You Say: How To Say It Right



You Can Harnass The Power Of Words

  • Avoid verbal blunders. Learn what Not to say
  • Win arguments
  • Close sales
  • Finish what you start to say
  • Write great letters, notes, and emails
  • Cope with difficult people
  • Make powerful presentations
  • Learn invaluable power phrases and questions
  • Delegate effectively
  • Negotiate like a pro
  • Discover the secrets of great communicators

Words are to a leader what a hammer and saw are to a master carpenter. Tools of the trade.

All carpenters are not equal in skill; neither are all leaders proficient in word power. The masters, the great ones, can be studied to discover their techniques and secrets.

Moses, Socrates, Jesus, Confucius, Buddha, Caesar, Mohammad, Napoleon, Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR, MLK—all were masters of words.

Pursuing the mastery of words is worth all the time, money, and energy you can muster. And what you invest will be repaid with interest compounded.


Gene Griessman

Gene Griessman is an internationally known keynote speaker, actor, and communication strategist. His book “TheWords Lincoln Lived By” is in its 23rd printing and “Time Tactics of Very Successful People” is in its 43rd.

His training video “Lincoln on Communication” is owned by thousands of corporations, libraries, and government organizations.

He has spoken at conventions and annual meetings all over the world  To learn more about his presentations, call 404-435-2225. Learn more at Atlanta Speakers Bureau or at his website. photo credit: Wayne Weinberg


FEATURED ARTICLE…

SHOW NO SLIDE BEFORE ITS TIME            By Tom Nixon

Sitting in on a presentation recently, I noticed that the speaker had a habit of advancing to the next slide well before he was ready to speak about it. He was almost finished with the previous topic and had not yet begun to verbally transition to his next point.

Instead of blacking out the screen until he began his next topic he was showing the upcoming visual before it made sense to the audience. I am sure everyone was preoccupied with figuring out where he was going. An unnecessary distraction.

The lesson: Be aware of what you are saying and how it coordinates with what is on the screen. Show no slide before its time.

Tom Nixon is an acclaimed graphics strategist who is a consultant to senior executives worldwide.  For information call ‭(770) 289-0752‬.


Don’t get embarrassed using a spurious Lincoln quote. Here’s a quotation book you can trust

The Words Lincoln Lived By is a stirring, inspirational treasury of quotations from our greatest and most admired president. Composed of Lincoln’s profound observations—one for every week of the year, each followed by a short commentary that provides historical context—the book offers rich material for interpretation, reflection, and spiritual guidance.
In these pages, Lincoln, famed as an orator, shares his wisdom on courage and determination, compassion and compromise, tolerance and tact—the essential traits that define character. The timeless impact of his words is as powerful as the achievements that have helped to make him an American hero.

We’ve found numerous phony quotes on popular websites and quote books. Every Lincoln quotation in this book is authentic.

 

 

 


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