How often have you been on a call, in a meeting, or sitting through a presentation, grinding your teeth and thinking….
I am NOT a fan of vagueness, and I’ll bet you aren’t either. In fact, we humans crave clarity, or we tune out. Why?
It’s brain science, actually (more specifically, it’s the Reticular Activating System, or RAS). Our overloaded brains shut down and go elsewhere if we don’t know quickly what “the point” is. Especially in our noisy, distracting environment.
The Clarity Formula I have developed will show you how to navigate the brain’s gatekeeper – the RAS – and quickly get to the point in all your communications.
This link (which is available for FREE to you and your team this week) will bring you to a mini-lesson entitled Clarity: How to Get to the Point. You’re about to unlock the secrets to brain-friendly communication, and I guarantee these will be some of the most high-impact minutes you’ll invest this year.
BONUS – at that link, you’ll also get several simple tactics to make your emails more brain-friendly and pointed from this day forward.
George Bernard Shaw nailed it. Nobody needs more vagueness, ambiguity, or overload. Miscommunications are wasteful and inefficient. You can gain the clarity that will make your collaborations more successful…right now.