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Guest post: The bell rings to start the fight! The crowd is roaring to cheer on the contender they want to win, Perception or Communication. They are evenly challenged though their strengths reside in different areas, this will be a good fight!
You’ve seen it before: you’ve got a great idea, the PERFECT solution, but nobody’s listening! Then Joe offers a similar idea and everyone is swinging from the rafters!
Aarrgh…. “What’s wrong with me?” you ask yourself.
Why does Joe get cooperation, approval and buy-in to implement YOUR idea? Or, what about those times when you’re selling your idea and nobody’s buying and everything you’ve tried hasn’t worked? It can be so frustrating when you know you’ve got great ideas and nobody’s even listening. Most often, the problem isn’t the idea….
Today on Million Dollar Mindset Radio Marla Tabaka will be interviewing me to find out how you too can present your ideas effectively, why people reject your ideas and the 5 things you need to do to get buy-in.
Listen in today live at 2pm EST / 11am PST http://toginet.com/shows/milliondollarmindset/articles/4767
Okay, we hear the two words: THOUGHT LEADER everywhere nowadays…. When you think of the term thought leader, what comes to mind? That “always-accurate” source Wikipedia defines thought leader as: “A thought leader is business jargon for an entity that is recognized for having innovative ideas.” On the surface that’s fairly accurate, but what does it take to be a thought leader? For me, the foundation to be a thought leader is the ability to think critically. Nowadays, I look around and wonder if it’s a lost skill!
Dr. Liz Alexander and co-author Craig Badings, share how to become a thought leader in your industry from their latest book: #Thought Leadership Tweet: 140 Prompts for Designing and Executing an Effective Thought Leadership Campaign (THiNKaha Books).
Have you ever heard things like, “She’s nice, but not leadership material.” He’s just not confident enough for the job” but you know you are confident and leadership material. I know how frustrating that can be – to be judged before they even know you, maybe even before you’ve even opened your mouth! Attendees of my trainings tell me those and similar sad phrases that keep them from getting ahead all the time.
Why does that happen?