In this course, you will :
- Discover the most significant changes and how they affect your ability to persuade.
- To effectively persuade, you must first get inside your opponent's head and understand their point of view. Learn how to tune in to their emotions and cultivate a meaningful connection.
- Daniel demonstrates how adding a purposeful, personal touch to your persuasive interactions can make all the difference.
- Learn how, in an information-saturated world, strategic communication can mean the difference between success and failure.
- To persuade someone to do something, make them believe it was their idea. Discover the dangers of coercion and how to persuade others instead by finding common ground.
- Humans are excellent mimics. If you understand how this tendency can connect you to someone else, you can use it strategically.
- Discover how exploiting innate flaws in the human mind can assist you in crafting messages for maximum effectiveness.
- Daniel explains why the elevator pitch is obsolete and shares a variety of pitches for selling an idea, a product, or even yourself.
- Learn how to stay positive in the face of rejection as Daniel shares some of his favourite tips.
- Extroverts, contrary to popular belief, are not the best salespeople. Learn which personality types sell the most and how to cultivate that ideal mindset.
- Sales Trends
- Attunement: Finding Common Ground
- Serve Your Audience
- Exercise: Creating a Discussion Map
- Clarity: Making Your Message Count
- Getting Others to Act
- Create a Connection by Mimicking
- Persuasive Framing
- Pitching Like a Pro
- Exercise: Asking for a Raise
- Buoyancy: Develop a Resilient Mindset
- Introvert, Extrovert, or Ambivert
- Persuade Yourself: How to Self-Motivate
- Using Timing to Become a Better Persuader
- Beginnings, Middles, and Endings