How to be understood

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In order to be understood you need to be able to deliver authentic, informative, effective, and emotionally-engaging presentations designed for your specific audience.

One’s ability to turn potential into a tangible success has little to do with facts and information and feature/function. One’s ability to move others comes from knowing how to build trust and respect by making an emotional connection when face-to-face with a prospect, client, or  colleague.

You can bulk up with all of the business development and sales training programs out there. You can learn their tactics and the strategy. The real power for success starts when being mindful syncs up the mind, voice and body.

You can fine tune your authentic voice for it to become one of the most effective assets you possess. You can fine tune your hearing so you “listen to hear.” Fine tune both by listening to a variety of professional radio broadcasters and announcers. Who makes you want to hear more? Whose words create mental images for you? Which podcasts and books on tape do you emotionally connect and engage with. Why?

How to be understood? Master the art of mindful communication to influence more people, sell more products, services and ideas… and to inspire others.


Blumsack Brown BackgroundAs a coach, trainer and consultant, Larry Blumsack partners with people and organizations on the move and those already there to accelerate their communication, presentation and speaking skills to be on par with their ambition. Through one-on-one coaching and group training Larry helps leaders and aspiring leaders elevate their presence and communication skills to influence more people, sell more products-services-ideas and inspire others more successfully than they ever imagined.

Larry is the bestselling author of Face-to-Face is The Ultimate Social Media and founder of Zoka Institute and Zoka Training®. Zoka Training® — Mind/Voice/Body/Mindfulness in sync — is the result of Larry’s 45 years as a coach, acting teacher, actor, voice-over artist, theater and TV director/producer, radio & TV commentator and show host, speaker, trainer, serial entrepreneur, and syndicated columnist. Larry was a founding member of the theater department at Northeastern University.

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