How we say what we say is our sound message. Sound messages are the volume, tone, and word-speed plus silence, and all the other sounds that come from our mouth and throat. Now that sound messages are named, we can tame them, place borders around them, use them as tools to improve our communication, and trade them like baseball cards.
PRACTICING SOUND MESSAGES WILL HELP YOU
Go from "not even thought of" to "You're hired." or "I think you would do a great job of leading us through this next change." or "Yes, I will marry you." or "Sure, it would be fun to hang out with you." or "Can you join us for lunch?"
Leave voicemails and recorded conversations that get results.
Own your words and use them more effectively.
Get you past the interview by connecting the way you say your words to the responses you get and the impressions you give.
Use an alternative solution for anger management training.
Diffuse conflict before it goes beyond a debate.
SOUND MESSAGES LIVE TRAINING
Join us for a live demonstration of the way we say our words, the impressions they give, and the responses they can bring. This dynamic learning experience will teach you:
The four steps to listen deeply
How the volume, tone, and speed of your words can support the words or completely cancel them.
The difference between emphatic speech and exasperating speech and why it is important to know.
Who are the Sound Herd and why they are important.