This is Part Two of a Five Part Series with Tyler Pyburn, Host at The Pulse Network, and Stephen Saber, Chief Executive Officer at The Pulse Network, on how to communicate your strategy more effectively.
How to Build a Framework for Your Message
The goal of communicating your strategy is to make your message easier understood and echoed. Since the only way to achieve that is by keeping the message consistent every time you state it, you must build a framework to your message. This article gave the suggestion to set up a framework that inspires, educates, and reinforces your message. For this part of the series I explained why each layer of the framework is critical to your communication strategy and how to perform said task.
In part three of this series I will go about helping to make the message apart of what you are.
Didn’t get a chance to check out the rest of the series, check them out here: Part One.
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