Tactical Communication 101: Danger Phrases, Power Phrases and Tactical Verbal Patterns Premium class

Dan O'Connor

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    • Week 1 Video

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About This Class

THE COMMUNICATION TRAINING SYSTEM THAT REVOLUTIONIZED THE TRAINING INDUSTRY

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     From the trainer Google names "World's Best Communication Trainer" Dan O'Connor

                   

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Individuals & Business Owners Alike:

  • Instantly communicate with more power, tact, and professionalism
  • Master the art of dealing with negativity and difficult people
  • Immediately take charge of every relationship in your life
  • Confidently deal with even the toughest communication challenges
  • Project an image that commands trust, respect, and attention

                             

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In Lesson 1 includes the following:

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. . . .
  • Barrier Removal: When you want to encourage cooperation and collaboration between yourself and others. . . .

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 . . . “


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. . . .
  • Say, “You’re right!”: Use this when you’re dealing with someone who wants to be validated. . . .


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. . . .