Step Out of the Shadows and Speak Super Deluxe Communication Training Program Lessons 1-8

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8-LessonsThese eight lessons are the best introduction to Dan's extensive Step Out of the Shadows and Speak 50-lesson program.

BONUS: Order now and get Dan's two books, "Say This--Not That!" and "Energy Vampire Slaying: 101" as a gift.

With these 8 lessons you'll learn:

Body language tactics

Danger and power phrases

Dealing with difficult people strategies

Free-Style Scripting

Personality types strategies

8 communication principles

and much more.  (Full Description Below)

If you should decide to upgrade to Dan's full 50-lesson graduate program, you'll receive a full credit for this 8-lesson purchase, just by emailing jean@danoconnortraining.com! 

LESSON 1

Body Language Tactics for the Week:
The Tap and Tilt: Use the tap and tilt when you believe someone may be feeling overwhelmed and you Subscribe to learn more. . .
Barrier Removal: When you want to encourage cooperation and collaboration between yourself and others Subscribe to learn more. . .

Danger and Power Phrases for the Week:

Danger Phrase: “You make me . . . /That makes me . . . ”
Danger Phrase: “If you really . . . ” Power Phrase: “I realize you . . . ”
Danger Phrase: “I need . . . “ Place the real subject first to empower your message.
Danger Phrase: “You should . . . “ Power Phrase: “I suggest . . . “
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Dealing with Difficult People Tactics for the Week:
Compliment the Crazy: When someone is emotionally out of control, compliment them on the behavior you’d like them to exhibit. Subscribe to learn more. . .
Say, “You’re right!”: Use this when you’re dealing with someone who wants to be validated Subscribe to learn more. . .

Communication Principle of the Week:
It’s all about me.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT THIS PRINCIPLE: We all have behaved badly, or communicated inappropriately. Often, when we reflect on our behavior or communication, Subscribe to learn more. . .

LESSON 2

Body Language Tactics for the Week:
Prepare with Paper: Use the Prepare with Paper when you are in an interview or a meeting with other professionals on or above your professional Subscribe to learn more. . .
Those Lying Eyes: Use this tactic when asking someone a specific question that requires memory, Subscribe to learn more. . .

Danger and Power Phrases for the Week:
Danger Phrase: Generalizations, such as “You always . . .” or “You never . . .”
Danger Phrase: Hostile Questions such as “Why would you . . .” or “What were you thinking when . . .”
Danger Phrase: Really or Very
Danger Phrase: “My name is . . .” Power Phrase: “I’m . . .” or “This is . . .”
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Introduction to Free-Style Scripting:
Lead-In Lines: Use these at the beginning of “tricky” conversations Subscribe to learn more. . .
Closing Lines: Use them when you’ve finished delivering a powerful message, and you want to end with a bang. Subscribe to learn more. . .

Communication Principle of the Week:
If you don’t decide why you’re here, someone else will decide it for you.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT THIS PRINCIPLE: This week, we’re working on the second part of our personal compass, which is our “I’m here to . . .” statements. Subscribe to learn more. . .

LESSON 3

Visual and Vocal Tactics for the Week:
Sidle Up to Men: When communicating in person with a man, and you want to open the lines of communication, sidle up to a man. Subscribe to learn more…
Find Your Power Tone: When you need to deliver a verbal message, and want to appear as powerful and confident as possible, stop and find your power tone before you speak. Subscribe to learn more. . .

Danger and Power Phrases for the Week:
Danger Phrase: “You said…” Power Phrase: “I heard…”
Danger Phrase: “Don’t take this the wrong way . . .” Power Phrase: NOTHING
Danger Phrase: “Better idea / solution.” Power Phrase: State WHY the idea is better.
Danger Phrase: “I disagree.” Power Phrase: “I see it differently. / I see it another way.”
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Dealing with Difficult People Tactics for the Week:
Surrender: When you do not agree with someone’s proposed course of action, and you want to voice
your concern, but also be seen as fair and flexible Subscribe to learn more. . .
Saying No: When you’re dealing with someone who’s “pushy” or “won’t take no for an answer,” Subscribe to learn more. . .

Communication Principle of the Week:
Decide what you want, and be OK with being off-track.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT THIS PRINCIPLE: This week we will be completing step 3 of creating a personal compass. Step three is deciding what you want, and creating “I want” statements.
Remember that airplanes are off track 99% of the time Subscribe to learn more. . .

LESSON 4

Body Language Tactics for the Week:
The Power Projector: Use this strategy when you want to project an image of power and confidence. Subscribe to learn more. . .
The Look-Away: When you want to be seen as trustworthy, assertive, and attentive, and want the person to whom you’re speaking to “like” you, Subscribe to learn more. . .

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These eight lessons are the best introduction to Dan's extensive Step Out of the Shadows and Speak 50-lesson program. BONUS: Order now and get Dan's two books, "Say This--Not That!" and "Energy Vampire Slaying: 101" as a gift. With these 8 lessons
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