The Ability to Communicate
As most would agree, the ability to communicate one’s thoughts clearly, and then move audiences and listeners to take action, is one of the greatest and most influential skills of the past 5,000 years.
Yet sadly, for the most part, it’s not taught in schools.
Furthermore, it’s rarely taught (on a deep level) in the workplace.
And because of this, great minds, and great ideas, often fall by the wayside—simply because they weren’t presented the right way, in the right light, and with the right end goal.
- Speakers fail to achieve their potential on stage.
- Presenters (and sales teams) fail to meet their goals when pitching an idea.
- Co-workers fail to help their other team members catch their vision.
- Family members struggle to reach, understand, and positively influence their loved ones.