By Karen Cortell Reisman
Coaching three prominent financial entrepreneurs a few weeks ago on crafting their message to potential investors we focused on:
This newsletter pinpoints what we worked on that day: how to Speak For Yourself to get more business.
A Princeton University study suggested people make "incredibly accurate snap judgments in a tenth of a second." Your first impression is critical.
You've got to tell your business story in under a minute. This four-step exercise provides an outstanding starting point.
The 9 Types of Crappy Handshakes
Are you "the limp, dead fish" or "the bone crusher" or the "misfire" or "the hipster"? This Oatmeal Blog depicts the top 9 types of "Crappy Handshakes" to recognize and avoid.
"...very relevant to our business, and provided us with implementable material"
I will now place credibility in the clause of a sentence, change my outbound voicemail message, and start to use Karen's technique for delivering difficult information."
"I will focus on 3 main points principle, and 'don't block the light'.