Six Phrases To Help You Sell Your Ideas
Show you’re fully invested, and your audience will feel the same
Mark Twain once wrote: “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.”
Finding the right words when you’re selling your ideas is critical. Whether you’re pitching a client, presenting in a meeting, or making a point to a colleague in the hallway, you need to show you believe what you’re saying.
Small language changes may seem insignificant, but incorporating these six phrases can help you communicate how confident and fully invested you are. Do this and your listeners will be more likely to feel the same way.
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