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What to say when you want your audience to take action

SmartBrief on Sales | Apr 20, 2017

Some speeches are about aspirations or something else in the future, but others are about getting the audience to act immediately. In those cases, Jim Anderson writes, use concrete nouns and action verbs "to describe what you are talking about in such vivid detail that your audience will be able to clearly picture it." The Accidental Communicator (04/18)


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