This is Part Three 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.
Feeling the Message
Though the phrase “feel the message” definitely conjures up some pretty ridiculous ideas, I am not talking here about mediating with incense for four hours a day. Letting the message come out in your own voice is how you can feel the message. Any great orator has that ability to persuade with a message that fees as if it is connected directly from his brain to his mouth. If the message doesn’t become part of your heart and isn’t something you believe in, how can it persuade your employees?.
In part four of this series, I diagram why the vehicle is so crucial for the message.
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