The ability to communicate effectively and with impact, is one of the most valuable skills in the world today.
The 20 reasons everyone needs to communicate effectively
1- To persuade and convince others to do business with you or see things differently.
2- To create a personal impact and be remembered for the right reasons.
3- To develop your own personal confidence and belief in yourself.
4- To climb the career ladder and get the results you want.
5- To grow and develop emotionally, intellectually and even ‘spiritually’.
6- To learn exactly what works for you today in the way you communicate.
7- To identify and practice the opportunities available to you to communicate more effectively and with greater impact
8- To deal with difficult people and challenges with more control and less stress.
9- To be able to resolve conflicts calmly and effectively.
10- To be more influential in your company, industry and marketplace.
11- To be more assertive when you need to be.
12- To lead your team, department or business more inspirationally.
13- To express yourself more effectively emotionally as well as intellectually.
14- To engage, excite and inspire others.
15- To lead change.
16- To create and develop the personal brand you want to have.
17- To get your message across clearly, concisely and compellingly.
18- To connect with others authentically.
19- To ‘win friends and influence people’.
20- To make a difference
Life is a 24 hour 365 day a year conversation
We never stop speaking to someone about something. If it’s not another human being, you can be certain you are having endless conversations with yourself every day.
We continue that conversation even when we are sleeping; it’s called dreaming.
Apart from breathing, it’s virtually the only thing we are constantly doing.
We owe it to ourselves to get good communicating effectively
Communicating effectively isn’t about standing in front of an audience reading out bullet points on slides.
Most of us are communicating ‘automatically’. Often without appreciating how complex human communication really is.
It’s easy to think that we can simply say something and believe that our listeners will understand and connect with our message.
We are all different
Scientists believe that there are at least 100 billion stars in the ‘observable’ universe. At Mindful presenter we believe that there are at least as many different ways of communicating.
We are all different, that’s what makes life fun as well as interesting.
The key to personal growth, success and happiness is learning to communicate effectively with each other.
What is Mindful Presenting?
If you asked us that question in one of our workshops we wouldn’t respond by saying ,‘that’s a great question’.
Such an answer often lacks sincerity.
It disrespects the questions others may have asked before and it’s an automatic response.
This is how we would respond
Mindful presenter was created to help people to communicate effectively.
We focus on each of the 20 opportunities listed above, together with many more.
– Removes a great deal of the anxiety, stress and difficulty of understanding and owning your own voice.
– Gives you the personal presence, confidence and gravitas to connect authentically with yourself as a speaker and also your audience.
– Breaks down barriers, personal limiting beliefs and the unconscious need to ‘conform’.
– Allows you to speak with the paradox of authority and vulnerability inherent in each of us and not being afraid to do so to get the results you want.
– Substantially increase your faith and confidence in yourself and your audience.
– Helps you to feel good about yourself knowing that you’ve not only made a difference but that you have been true to yourself.
If you already communicate effectively and you have some great ideas, thoughts and suggestions to help others, please share them with our readers in your comments; we’d love to read them.
If you’d like to learn how to communiate effectively:
– Get yourself some mindful presentation skills training.
– Book yourself onto a powerful public speaking course.
– Invest in some good one to one public speaking coaching.
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Macdonald NwojoPosted on 24th September 2016 at 11:22 am
Very interesting read and will like to know more about mindful presentation.
Maurice DecastroPosted on 27th September 2016 at 9:49 am
Thank you MacDonald, please feel free to email us at email@example.com with your questions and we will do our best to help you more specifically.