Are you clear on your intended message? Are you aware of the possible unintended message? What’s the gap and why the gap? If your listener, audience or target market didn’t get your message as intended, who needs to change? Business communication can be highly exnihilating when it succeeds. It can also be deeply frustrating when it fails. In this podcast you will hear stories of success and stories of woe when it comes to communication. You can learn from the success and mistakes of others to improve your success as a business communicator. Imagine the difference when your intended message gets delivered and received more often.
Episode 156 (James is based in L.A, California)
In this conversation with James I. bond we explore:
Sweet words of praise – right? Just the opposite.
When you hear this phrase how do you feel?
Respected or insulted?
Why would a speaker use this phrase?
Is this speaker trying to build rapport by suggesting that you are living under a rock?
Is the speaker under the rock with you or standing on top...
Episode 154 (Jim is based in Dallas, Texas)
In this conversation with Jim Pancero:
The Weed Words are words and phrases that can choke your intended message like nasty weeds. These short clips will highlight one word or phrase each week so you can remove these weeds from your speaking.
V E R YStop using the word very because it is vague, lazy and deceptive.
Very is an adverb. That means its purpose is to modify a...
In this episode George Torok examines the power of the pause and presents 10 reasons and examples to use in your presentation for greater success.
Thanks for having me
What do you feel or see when you hear this phrase? Thanks for having me.
I cringe. The visual associated with this phrase is yucky.
I hosted a radio show for 19 years and interviewed over 600 g...
Episode 150 (Gary is based in Medellin, Columbia)
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Hey, I got a bunch. Do you want to buy a bunch? How many bunches do you want?
How excited do you get when you hear the word - bunch?
How do you think your clients or team feels when you talk - bu...
Episode 148 (Ann is based in Toronto, Canada)
In this conversation with Ann Gomez we explore:
When you hear this phrase what do you think? How do you feel about the speaker? Are you eager to hear a humble opinion?
Do you feel that they are truly humble? Do you believe that their opinion is valid? Do you prepare yourself for a less than humble opinion? Do you think, Who asked for your opinion?
The words humble and opinion do not belong in the same sentence. Put them together and warning bells ring in...
Episode 146 (Hasan in based in Munich, Germany)
In this conversation with Hasan Ibne Akram we explore:
When the person starts their talk with this phrase, how do you feel?
Whose interest are they speaking to? You or themself?
Does this make you feel valued?
Why would you care what the speaker wants?
Why would the speaker believe you care what they want?
What would you listen to what they want?
The speaker isn’t talking for your benefit but for their own purpose.
It’s about what they want.
When you see this p...
Episode 144 (Niels is based in London, England)
In this conversation with Niels Brabrandt, we explored:
Welcome to this series of mini reports about the words that can sabotage your intended message.
We expose the Weed Words that get in the way of your message. Listen in to learn about these rascals and how to avoid these mistakes.
These alert will usually be less than two minutes yet offer value tips in a fun way.
Are you talking to me?
Are you talking to me?
Did you want me to listen to what you say?
If you want me to listen,...
Episode 142 (Paul is based in the Netherlands)
Episode 141 (Chris is based in The Netherlands)
In this conversation with Chris Fenning we explore:
Episode 140 (Fatemah is based in Los Angeles, California)
In this conversation with Fatemah Mirza we explore:
Episode 139 (Tim is based in Beverly Hills. CA)
In this conversation with Tim Hart we explore:
About Tim Hart:
In this episode George Torok offers his insights about:
Episode 137 (Chris is based in the UK)
In this conversation with Chris Davidson we explore:
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