Book: I GET YOU - How communication can change your destination by Warren Tatecategories: Book, Non Fiction, Business, Non Verbal Communication, Real Estate, Telemarketing, Communication
Warren Tateabout this book: Communication has the power to start wars and finish wars, elect governments and over throw governments and start relationships and end relationships - communication can change your destination.
We live in a crazy busy world, we are bombarded with information from all directions and we are attached to our mobile devices 24/7.
You or your business are no longer the gate keepers of information. your potential clients can research all of the information they require from their computer or mobile device. To succeed in business in 2017, you must have complete clarity of your message and be the best communicator.
When potential clients are face to face with you or your team, they have completed extensive research, now they are looking for someone who can understand them, someone who understands their view of the world, understands their pain points and someone who is professional and who they can trust.
I Get You provides clear and simple (well researched) strategies for the reader to master their communication and build strong relationships.
When you master your communication super powers, you can better understand how your clients communicates and makes decisions , enabling you to better service their requirements and grow your business.
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