Be Remembered for the Right Reasons
- April 21, 2016
- Communication, Dealing with Fear, Personal Branding, Self-Promotion
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You’re nicely dressed and striking all the body language to be just the right person others want to meet and add to the contact list. What do you say when you’re asked the inevitable question “What do you do?”
If the next 30 seconds is boring, cringe-worthy or forgettable all of the rest of your preparation was worthless.
That doesn’t have to be you.
Guided by this short book, you’ll discover how to easily create a “wardrobe” of Elevator Speeches for every occasion and type of person, which will be powerful and memorable. Even better, you will find multiple uses for your Elevator Speech to reinforce your Personal Brand.
Developed by a pro, this simple to follow method has been used by hundreds of business owners, corporate professionals and non-profit executives she has taught.
In this book you’ll find:
- What an Elevator Speech really is and how it fits into your Personal Branding.
- Insights into Neuroscience that not only applies to your Elevator Speech but many of the things you do that can make a difference to your success
- The 3 part Elevator Speech formula that will make it easy to create and powerful to deliver
- Examples to reuse for your situation with Before and After Elevator Speech makeovers.
- Tips and problem spots to look for
- Multiple ways to use your Elevator Speech that make so much sense you’ll smack your head that you hadn’t thought of them!
Make the right first impression. The kind that people will remember for all the right reasons. You can be on the right track as early as today.
If you liked “The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business” or “ The Four Hour Workweek” you’ll want to add this book to your list.
“Having worked in Corporate America and as an entrepreneur in my own business, I understood on some level the value and role of the Elevator Speech. However, Dorothy Tannahill-Moran hit the nail on the head in her book, Elevator Speeches That Get Results. In this quick easy read, I gained a deeper appreciation for the Elevator Speech as a tool for managing my personal brand. This little gem not only offers suggestions for how to use a well-crafted Elevator Speech, but also provides helpful tips for creating one, if not several. I especially appreciated her insight into what works and doesn’t work in creating and delivering an Elevator Speech and have been inspired to re-write my own. Well Done!” Kristen Clark Confidence Coach, Award-Winning Author, Editor, Publisher www.AmericanMuttPress.com
Brought to you by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran – dedicated to unleash your professional potential.