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October 11, 2020 23 min
Mary Poppins Messaging and Practically Perfect Perceptions is the topic and touch point for S8 E01 #124 of Wait What Really OK.

By keeping your intended messaging personal, humble and professional when it comes to the perception elements, it will not make your message clear to everyone, but you will have a better chance to engage that many more with a greater understanding. All too often, many of us are focused on our intention but we miss the mark when it comes to the perception of that messaging.

It is not about creating a narrative that everyone will understand, because that is impossible. Still, to adjust a narrative to consider the comparative, competitive, compliant, connotation as well as the oversaturated, and over used words, we can dial in something that can reach more.

So, in short, messaging that is practically perfect in every way when it comes to perception, but by no means, everyone. It will neglect some, but worlds less.

“By keeping your intended messaging personal, humble and professional when it comes to the perception elements, it will not make your message clear to everyone, but you will have a better chance to engage that many more with a greater understanding. It won’t be perfect, but it can be practically perfect for you.”

Mary Poppins Messaging and Practically Perfect Perceptions is the topic and touch point for S8 E01 #124 of Wait What Really OK.
* Loren Weisman is a messaging and optics strategist for The Fish Stewarding Group, FSG MnO and FSG Development *
* Weisman is also the host of the FSG messaging and optics podcast; Wait What Really OK.*
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