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Holiday Giving: You Don’t Have to Be Original, Just Kind




‘Tis the Season of Giving, with the major holidays of half a dozen religions all happening at this time of year. There are so many Christmas lights strung up right now, they can be seen on NASA satellite photos. True story! But you don’t have to be a saint to bestow the gift of kindness […]


Category: Articles, Life Balance, Personal Growth Articles
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Convert Browsers into Buyers: The Psychology of Online Selling




by Bryan Heathman When it comes to best practices in online selling, few people understand the key to transforming a casual visitor into a delighted customer. It doesn’t happen by magic, though many marketing professionals have been known to work up a few incantations around the warm glow of a computer screen. Go ahead, laugh if you […]


Category: Articles, Business & Finance Articles, Marketing, Sales Training Articles
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Voice Inflections

Voice Inflections to Overcome Objections by Zig Ziglar




Zig Ziglar advises the sales professional on how to close more sales with simply learning how to use your voice. One of the most neglected areas of sales training has to do with the use of your voice. The most important thing you can do to close more sales is to train your voice. You […]


Category: Audio Programs, Communication, Communication & Language Programs, Speaking & Charisma
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Power of Personal Touch

Leading With the Power of the Personal Touch




by Bryan Heathman Nothing gets through to business prospects and colleagues quite like the personal touch. You can send text or email, even leave a voice mail message. But if you really want someone’s attention, it’s the live connection that cuts through their daily clutter and gets a response. Here’s a case in point. I’m […]


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Conversion Marketing by Bryan Heathman

Conversion Marketing: Convert Website Visitors to Buyers




Turn Browsers Into Buyers, and Customers Into Evangelists for Your Brand In the Google Era of Sales, just a few seconds is all you get to capture the attention of your prospects, convince them of your “It” factor, and get them to hear you out. If you’re not gut-busting funny, mysteriously credible, or just plain […]


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Sheer Poetry: Composing Text, Email & Social Posts for Epic Effect




by Bryan Heathman Have you ever gotten an electronic message and wondered when the author was going to get to the point? It hurts, doesn’t it? It’s not that they were trying to waste your dwindling time with turgid prose reminiscent of Longfellow’s epic Song of Hiawatha. It’s just that you simply couldn’t fit their […]


Category: Articles, Communication & Language Articles, Composition
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Intonation

Like A Song On the Radio, Make Your Words Unforgettable




by Bryan Heathman Your tone of voice can have a greater impact on your powers of persuasion than the words you use. There’s no doubt that your voice is a powerful instrument. But what are you doing to control it? There are distinct methods to make your message as haunting or as catchy as a […]


Category: Articles, Communication & Language Articles, Public Speaking
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Born To Win by Zig Ziglar

Born to Win eBook by Zig Ziglar and Tom Ziglar




Zig Ziglar’s Born to Win: Find Your Success Code eBook, compresses four decades of life-changing tools and practices into one inspiring, easy-to-use format for people who want to grow and improve the whole spectrum of their lives now!   Zig has always taught that “You were born to win, but to be the winner you […]


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Body Language

Decoding Body Language: What You’re Secretly Communicating About Your Leadership




What are you saying with your body language, without speaking a word?   Like it or not, your non-verbal communication is painting the big picture of what you say, far more than your words.   Imagine a time before the spoken word, thousands of years ago when cavemen relied on gestures and eye contact for […]


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Businessteam Taking Coffee Break

How To Speak with Anyone: 3 Tips for Getting Your Point Across Clearly




by Bryan Heathman   Who is the most effective conversationalist you know?  What makes them stand-out in the crowd?   Public figures like Cicero, Napoleon Bonaparte, Winston Churchill and Ronald Reagan live on today because of their verbal prowess. They knew how to move nations with their ideas.   In communicating your ideas in a conversation, […]


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