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The #1 Secret of Highly Persuasive People: Future Pacing

I believe that you can be more persuasive. Especially when armed with storytelling, strong language patterns, and confidence. I use this Magnetic Speaking Blog to address all of the above, and today, I want to focus on “persuasive language patterns.” Specifically, “The King” of all language patterns: Future Pacing. It’s a pattern I learned while […]

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How to Present Data and Statistics with Impact

Statistics and data are an important part of your presentation. If misused, they can bore your audience to death. If used correctly, they can have a lasting impact. So, how do you present data the right way? Statistics and data are left brain food. They work well to support your logic and reasoning, and they […]

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The Ultimate Customer Success Story Template [formula]

There are only (3) three ways to influence people! You tell them how good you are Other people say how good you are You prove how good you are by showing results The third way is the most effective. In this article, you will learn how to tell great customer success stories that demonstrate the […]

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How to Be More Attractive and Get Someone’s Attention

  If you want to command, respect, admiration, and higher pay, then stop chasing people and learn to attract them. Culturally speaking the person with the higher status is the person that does not beg to get someone’s attention, but it’s the person who elegantly attracts others to him/her. This person is often labeled Magnetic. […]

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How to Introduce Yourself in a Presentation: Stereotype Formula

Every time you introduce yourself to a group, you have to connect three things: You have to connect yourself with the topic and then connect your topic with the audience. This concept is called the “Triangle of Trust” in the speaking world. When you do it right, the audience will love, trust, and follow you. […]

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4 Storytelling Techniques From My 3 Favorite TED Talks

    Once upon a time, a simple story changed the trajectory of my career. A simple story can have a significant impact on you and your audience as well. That’s why I invested a lot of time in this blog which will share with you detailed and practical storytelling techniques. Here is How a […]

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Why You Need to be a Good Storyteller

The past belonged to the best storytellers… … and so will the future! Be a good storyteller and tap into this ancient power to influence and engage any audience. Over the years the way in which we tell stories has changed and evolved; cave paintings, dance, plays, novels, movies and more. No matter which medium […]

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3 Steps to Introducing Yourself as a speaker: (Without Sounding Like a Jerk)

Introducing yourself is one of the hardest things to do in a presentation or a networking setting. I know It’s awkward… You want others to know, like, and respect you without sounding mushy, cheesy or braggy. You see other presenters talk about themselves so elegantly and you wonder: how the heck do they do that? […]

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4 Business Storytelling Lessons From The Wall Street Journal

  Below are 4 lessons about business storytelling that you can learn from the Wall Street Journal. Most importantly, you will learn how to create a customer success story that highlights the benefits of working with your organization. I’ve seen clients apply the lessons below to tell customer stories in the SAAS, networking, biotech, and non-profit […]

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The Simple structure Of A Story People Will Remember [Infographic]

Think about this for a moment! What do these stories have in common? – Star Wars – The Matrix – The God Father – King Arthur – Avatar Yes, they are all iconic movies … … But that’s not the common element I am looking for. What’s common between them is that they all follow […]

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