Phil M. Jones has trained more than two million people across five continents and over fifty countries in the lost art of spoken communication. In Exactly What to Say, he delivers the tactics you need to get more of what you want.
Exactly What to Say: The Magic Words for Influence and Impact (2017) by Phil M. Jones is a simple guide to saying the right thing at the right time.
Author: Milkyway Media
Publisher: Milkyway Media
Category: Study Aids
Exactly What to Say: The Magic Words for Influence and Impact (2017) by Phil M. Jones is a simple guide to saying the right thing at the right time. Salespeople and influencers must sharpen their powers of persuasion to find success… Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.
If you are open-minded to a better way of selling, this book is for you.
Author: Phil M. Jones
Category: Business & Economics
In Exactly What To Say for Real Estate Agents, Phil M. Jones, Chris Smith, and Jimmy Mackin provide 30 Magic Words to help with the most common, critical, and difficult conversations real estate agents have today. If you are open-minded to a better way of selling, this book is for you.
Debby Peters, the Networking Guru, has developed the dialogue for 33 different networking challenges. This is the primer for becoming the next networking conversational expert.
Author: Debby Peters
Ever wonder what to say at a networking experience? Awkward silences don't need to be part of your networking conversation ever again. Debby Peters, the Networking Guru, has developed the dialogue for 33 different networking challenges. This is the primer for becoming the next networking conversational expert. She includes topics such as: what to say when seated next to your competition; how to introduce two people in your network to each other; how to handle the lunch partners that pay more attention to their phones they they do to you and 30 more!
"These days, most creative-writing courses teach self-indulgence. Write Tight counsels discipline. It is worth more than a university education. Its advice is gold.
Author: William Brohaugh
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
"These days, most creative-writing courses teach self-indulgence. Write Tight counsels discipline. It is worth more than a university education. Its advice is gold." -Dean Koontz Foreword by Lawrence Block Not since The Elements of Style has a writing guide had the ability to turn a writer's work around so effectively. Every writer struggles with keeping their prose focused and concise, but surprisingly few books address this essential topic. Write Tight is an informative and utterly readable guide that tackles these issues head-on. William Brohaugh, former editor of Writer's Digest, goes beyond the discussion on redundancy and overwriting to take on evasiveness, affectations, roundabout writing, tangents and "invisible" words. Other topics include: -Outlining the four levels of wordiness -Identifying 16 types of flabby writing -Exercises that help writers avoid wordiness -Streamlining through sidebars and checklists -Tests that show how concise a writer's prose is "Write Tight is a supremely valuable, 'must-have' for aspiring writers in all fields from prose to nonfiction, journalistic copy, screenwriting and so much more." -Midwest Book Review
I was completely wornout and craved the curative powers of the Southern
California sun. Somehow the conversation turned to my fear of dying. “Why are
you always so afraid of dying?” the doctor asked. I didn't know what to say. But I
Author: Rosemary Breslin
Category: Biography & Autobiography
One week in 1989, Rosemary Breslin got a headache that wouldn't go away. After countless tests and treatments, doctors knew little about her strange disease except that it wasn't AIDS or cancer. Two years later, out of a job, in debt, and worried about insurance, Rosemary was invited out by friends--not knowing this would be the night she met her future husband. This is one woman's story about having a real life while facing the question of how long she might live. Serialized in Self magazine. 208 pp. National ads. Author tour. 40,000 print.
Welton looks at one hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions.
Author: Jude Welton
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Welton looks at one hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions. Each figure of speech is accompanied by an illustration showing its literal meaning, which will help AS children recognize and learn to enjoy metaphors and figurative language.
Mark: That means, accept and love what you do, or what you are going to do,
enjoy what you do, findyour purpose in it. Do you enjoy going to your school?
Joan: No, I don't!!! Do you? Mark: In the beginning, when I have started to say my
Author: Inas Al Halabi
Publisher: Balboa Press
Yeah, That Is Exactly What I Want is about a girl who loves butterflies. When she meets a butterfly in the spring, they have an adventure. Their story begins in a garden in the countryside. They see many different people and butterflies, and each stranger they meet speaks about his or her special dream and if it came true or not. Sometimes life takes us on strange adventures, and this is when we get closer to our goals. Yeah, That Is Exactly What I Want includes a story about the author, Inas Al Halabi, who worked hard to achieve her dreams. The lessons within are not new, but the journey is exciting. Follow vivid characters on real life paths.
___ How to make sure no one throws away your biz card. ___ The most
important secret there is about biz cards. Helping 15: ___ How to rate classified
ads so that you call the most motivated sellers first. Helping 16: ___ Exactly what to say to ...
Author: Robert G. Allen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
The best-selling author of Nothing Down and the financially successful creator of the 5-Minute Mentor Method counsels busy women on how to invest profitably in the real estate market, in an accessible reference that covers such topics as identifying viable properties and closing a deal. 50,000 first printing.
Author: William and Carolyn HinesPublish On: 2010-04
Unless you know what you want, you aren't very likely to get it. When you know what you want, compose a sentence you can say to the other party that will tell
him or her exactly what the issue is and exactly what you want in eleven words or
Author: William and Carolyn Hines
Category: Business & Economics
All of us struggle at times with finding the right words to say to an employee, a friend, a spouse, or a neighbor. We tend to be timid and hide our true feelings because we are not sure how to respond. What to Say and How to Say It provides us with a guide or road map on how to handle difficult situations and do so in a most professional manner. It's a proven fact that the best communicators are not the best talkers; they are the best listeners. What to Say and How to Say It based on the compelling research supporting emotional intelligence and the work of Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence gives specific prompts or language helpful for entering, engaging in, and exiting courageous conversations. Courageous conversations are those discussions we all need to have, oftentimes with people we care about, don't care about, or need to care about. These are the conversations that will help us make it through difficult times, get over hurdles that are blocking relationship building, and improve living and working conditions for everyone involved. Skills in courageous conversations help to build emotional intelligence.
Written by sex therapist Carole Altman (Electrify Your Sex Life), Sex Talk will give couples all the tools they need to communicate everything, including fantasies and fetishes, preferences and desires, in a way that will make their sex ...
Author: Carole Altman
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Category: Family & Relationships
All the communication tools couples need to take their sex life to a new level. There you are, in the throes of passion, when suddenly, your partner shifts, just a tiny bit. Instead of plateauing, you begin to plummet. Communication is so important, but it's so difficult to tell your lover exactly what you want, exactly when you want it. Maybe you don't want to hurt his feelings, or make him think he isn't a good lover. Maybe you just don't know what words to use. Or maybe you don't even know what you want yourself, or you're embarrassed, or shy, or reluctant to ask. But sharing our sexual needs and wants will not only enhance sexual pleasure, it will enhance the love and the overall relationship as well. When we know what to say and feel comfortable enough to say the words needed to stimulate particular sexual activity, we feel safer and more contented. On the other hand, when we hold ourselves back, we may feel frustrated and even angry, feelings that are destructive to any relationship. Written by sex therapist Carole Altman (Electrify Your Sex Life), Sex Talk will give couples all the tools they need to communicate everything, including fantasies and fetishes, preferences and desires, in a way that will make their sex life even more exciting and explosive.
Each chapter is packed with schooltested guidelines, specific do's and don'ts,
suggested power words, and realworld examples tohelp all educators reach their
audience by knowing exactly what to say (or write) and how to say it. Thereis no ...
Author: Robert D. Ramsey
Publisher: Corwin Press
Communicate effectively with all stakeholders through these invaluable tips, including how-to's for dealing with disasters and approaching sensitive topics such as sex, gangs, and substance abuse.
That's exactly what you told your subconscious mind; that's exactly what it will do.
When the new programming takes over it won't be the result of magic, hypnosis,
meditation, or luck. That's just the way the mind works. It works because you tell ...
Author: Shad Helmstetter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From acclaimed psychologist Dr. Shad Helmstetter comes a life‑changing guide to helping you help yourself through motivational self‑talk and positive thinking. Imagine relying on yourself to optimize your outlook, focus your plans, and keep you on top, in touch, and going for it! You can do it, by adopting the simple techniques of self‑talk, and understanding the power of key phrases like these: I choose my thoughts. No thought, at any time, can dwell in my mind without my permission. I have talents, skills and abilities—and I’m discovering new talents all the time. I take time to listen and communicate. I’m patient and understanding. It’s worth working at, and I do. I focus my attention on the things I can control. If l can’t affect it or direct it—I accept it. I know that what I believe about myself is what l will become—so I believe in the best for myself. Acclaimed psychologist Dr. Shad Helmstetter shows you how to make positive self‑talk a permanent habit. Give yourself the kind, loving, determined support you would give to your best friend. Harness the power of the ultimate motivator—you!
Unlike Othello , however , it's harder to say at the end what exactly has happened
, and har der still to say why anything's happened - and that includes why Joyce
wrote it in the first place . On the other hand , because there is so much to ...
Author: Tatsuo Hamada
Publisher: ALP (Abiko Literary Press)
This book contains the interviews by the author to famous Joyceans about how, why, and what to read Finnegans Wake. Basic question are; 1) Can you read through from beginning to end? 2) Is there a plot in it? 3) Are there too much sexual matters? 4) Is the book worth to read for 21st century? This book also shows the author's studies on the above questions of 1) and 2) and and on the final monologue of ALP, the most beautiful, poetic part in Finnegans Wake.
The very first thing that struck me after going to work was just how dangerous
working in a jail really was, and that simple trust factors you had in ... If you have
ever worked as a detention officer, you will understand exactly what I am saying.
Author: Mark Brim
Teaching children to make the right choice. Educate them to not choose to go to jail.
Similarly , I might say “ I'll come ” and mean it as a promise to come , i.e. , mean it
as I would mean “ I promise that I will come ” , if I were uttering that sentence and
meaning literally what I say . In such cases , even though I do not say exactly ...
Author: John R. Searle
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
'This small but tightly packed volume is easily the most substantial discussion of speech acts since John Austin's How To Do Things With Words and one of the most important contributions to the philosophy of language in recent decades.'--Philosophical Quarterly