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How to Get Your Message Across

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How to Get Your Message Across

Today on the Cardone Zone Grant talks about the need for you to get your message across. Last night’s debates highlighted some of the mistakes so many people make.

What You Can Learn from the Debate
• First Show Up
• Keep it Simple
• Be Authentic
• Focus on Your Message
• Repeat What you are going to do for them….

Avoid
• Big Words
• Complexities
• Selling the Product
• Never Complain

Don’t try and sound too smart. Trump keeps it at a 4th Grade level, which is a good thing. It’s about you—not the product! Keep repeating your message and stay positive.

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