By Andy Bounds
The long-awaited follow-up to the foreign bestseller The Jelly Effect
Communication is meant to reason whatever. That’s the purpose of it. So, what do you need to accomplish following your conversation? do you need somebody to respond to ‘yes’? do you need to enhance your relationships? do you need humans to appreciate precisely what you’re conversing approximately, first time? no matter what you must in attaining, you’ll want respectable communique to get there, and specialist and bestselling writer Andy Bounds exhibits us precisely find out how to nail our verbal exchange. utilizing a similar conversational kind that made The Jelly Effect so renowned, The Snowball Effect is jam-packed with brief, fast hearth sections entire with visuals and precise gains to aid us get critical effects from our communication.
The Snowball Effect explains how to:
• convince humans to assert “yes” extra fast, extra often
• get pleasure from your task extra – simply because you’ll be calling the photographs for a change
• eliminate the conversation frustrations you're feeling all too often
• Get extra performed, extra fast – simply because you’re getting humans in your aspect speedier (these strategies have kept humans a minimum of one month each year).
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It’s pretty expensive, but it sure does work! One final (but very important) note about AFTERs: they can either be business related (“this will help you reduce costs”) or emotional (“this will help you feel part of the team”). As you know, people often decide based on emotion, and then justify based on logic. So, make sure your AFTERs tie into what really drives the person you’re speaking with. So the rule is: state their AFTER first, not after everything else. Step 3: Write your content (minimum length; maximum interest) And finally – at last!
You grab their attention immediately. Your message is impossible to ignore. You stand out from other presenters (who, let’s face it, probably had a first slide saying “Background” or some such). An added bonus: you get instant, positive feedback, in that you can tell it’s worked because they: Agree to your request; and/orShow interest and ask questions; and/orGive you longer than 5 minutes! Why Walloping Is a Time-Saving Tip When I wrote this chapter, I wasn’t sure whether to put it in the next section “Persuade More People to Say ‘Yes’ ” or this one “Get More Done More Quickly”.
Use the visual thing for visual things 3. Make yourself smile 4. Press “B” or “W” 5. Use PowerPoint shortcuts 6. Chat, don’t rant 7. Unclutter your slides 8. And, the best one of all? A point to ponder 39 When you want to create great visuals to enhance your message Step 1: Improve your title Step 2: Prioritize your points Step 3: Remove as many low-priority points as possible Step 4: Remove the unimportant words Step 5: Insert slide-builds Step 6: Make the slides look nice Useful Tip 1: Prepare two slide-sets, not one Useful Tip 2: Preparing “Compare and Contrast” slides 40 When you want to start a presentation brilliantly (when your audience is large and/or doesn’t know you) Start with a bang 41 When you want to appear polished, even if you haven’t practised much Polished presenting (when you’re in a team) Polished presenting (when you’re on your own) 42 When you want to prepare for – and deliver – an excellent Q&A session 43 When you want to ensure your important initiatives succeed Step 1: Communicating upfront Step 2: Communicating throughout 44 When you want to have good two-way conversations 45 When you want to enjoy attending networking events The four steps of a pleasant, productive networking conversation The most important thing about networking 46 When you want to help people read your documents quickly 47 When you want to improve people’s performance through observation and coaching 48 When you want to improve people’s performance after annual reviews Hold Previews, not Reviews Focus on the “What and how”, not just the “What” Get the foundations right 49 When you want to improve people’s performance when you delegate to them SECTION E Eliminate the negatives How to remove your communication frustrations Why This Matters 50 When you want to stop saying “no” too quickly 51 When you want to say “no” in a way that doesn’t cause you problems 52 When you want to come up with good ideas, but can’t think of any 53 When you want to remove someone’s concerns about what you’re planning to do A Step-By-Step Guide, To Make This Easy To Do A Final Thought 54 When you want to remove someone’s final reason for saying “no” 55 When you want to get good outcomes from challenging conversations A Four-Step Approach To Resolving Challenging Situations How To Prepare for Challenging Conversations With Challenging Conversations, Does Follow-Up Matter?
The Snowball Effect: Communication Techniques to Make You Unstoppable by Andy Bounds