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Thursday, September 5 @ 7:00 PM Guest: Vince DaCosta Subject: “Influence, Persuade & Win”. Vince DaCosta is an Author, Professional Speaker and Corporate Trainer specializing in Communication and Leadership techniques. Vince's clients include, General Motors, Chrysler Corp,, I.B.M. & Loblaws. He has presented workshops and seminars at leading colleges in Ontario, Canada. His program on “Conflict Resolution and Negotiation” was presented at Humber College and his book Influence, Persuade and Win was used as the text for the course. Vince DaCosta can be reached at (905) 472-5367& firstname.lastname@example.org and www.vincedacosta.com Join Ronald and guest Vince DaCosta on Thursday, September 5th at 7:00 PM to focus on negotiations, potential conflicts and dealing with difficult people.
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When we are dealing with those who are not yet Christians, we need the ability to persuade them that the way of Christ is the right way. To do that we need the power of persuasion that God offers to us. Join us as this week as Pastor Bill leads us in Acts, Chapter 9, and we take a look at what that involves.
You’re on the most important elevator ride of your life. You have ten seconds to make the classic “elevator pitch”.
There are books about this. But don’t waste your time. They are all garbage.
I’ve been on both sides of this equation. I’ve had people pitching me.
But mostly, I’ve been scared and desperate and afraid to ask someone to give me, want me, love me, all in the space of an elevator ride or in the time it takes one to ride an elevator.
The ideas below have worked for me in the hundreds of times I’ve had to be persuasive. Either in writing, or in person. In business and in friendships and in love. I hope variations on it can work for you. You decide.
A) Who Are You?
C) Uhhh. Yeah. Uhhh. Mmmm-Hmmm. Uh-Huh
D) The Four U’s
6. Unquestionable Proof?
People who should listen this show are sales consultants, coaches, entrepreneurs
Whatever or WHOEVER persuades you....is what or who YOU WILL embrace and whoever or whatever you embrace is what YOU WILLCONFESS! Peitho = PERSUADEAspazomai = EMBRACEHomologeo = CONFESSThese all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off, and were persuaded of them, and embraced them, and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth. Hebrews 11:13
The Don S. McClure LIve- THE PROBLEM WITH BEING CONFIDENT.
Tonight’s Topic: The problem with being confident:
Being confident has always been one word that most people find hard to understand.
Most of the time it is confused with the word arrogance or it’s meaning.
Especially when men of value use and display this quality in the conquest of their dreams. For women men who lake this trait or have a hard time displaying it in their daily lives seem to be thought of as being intimidated by their beauty or intelligence.
Which is never the case, for men who are confident.
The men and shall I say those who lead or feel they must meet their life’s destiny are never imitated because they are true craftsmen’s of the very word confidence, using its power to persuade or guide others to the very ends of what they want to achieve.
Featured Film: Princes of Foxes: Staring Tyrone Power, Orsen Wells, and Everet Sloan
Film produced December 23, 1949
In August 1500, Andrea Orsini (Tyrone Power), an artistic minor nobleman who is equally skilled with the brush, the sword, words, and women, serves the Machiavellian Prince Cesare Borgia (Orson Welles) as a soldier.
Valerie Kote-Tawia has been writing captivating stories since she discovered her gift early in her youth. A former Alternative School teacher, she walked away from the security of that job to pursue her true passion: writing. Valerie has managed to merge the expression of her gift with the burden on her heart for youth; creating compelling work that entertains and transforms lives.
The success of her first self-produced and directed teen stage play, Would You Be Left, propelled her on the journey of creating the teen book series, Set Apart. Set Apart chronicles the drama-filled lives of five friends as their experiences inspire them to reset the "norm" and persuade others to live as they were created and called...set apart. It is a series about tough decisions, mistakes, second chances and forgiveness. It’s a series that keeps it real (and right). There is no topic off-limits.
Valerie's vision is to revolutionize the entertainment industry by captivating young audiences with books, magazines, TV and film that promotes virtuous lifestyles of high self-respect, self-worth and moral integrity. This series launches the next step in the fulfilling of her mission to create clean, clever and stirring work that compels youth to live set apart and inspire others to follow. She hopes to use the book series to fund and propel teen centered stage and film projects as well as create a platform to encourage youth to break away from the crowd and LIVE SET APART!
Deanna talks about how the Allies prepared for Nuremberg and some of the "evidence" that they used. After World War I, the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress (AJC), founded in 1918, composed of Jacob H. Schiff, Louis Marshall, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Julian Mack and Abram Elkus, unsuccessfully attempted to convene a World Tribunal to impose war guilt on Germany. They failed after World War I but were successful after World War II because now they could persuade people, with the help of the media and compromised politicians, that Germany had perpetrated a holocaust against the jews.
I’ll Have a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just purchased a new T-shirt at a local clothing store. Media is the plural of Medium.
We get our information and entertainment from media. We learn all kinds of things about our world. Media messages inform, entertain and can even persuade us. The common thread of media messages is that they INFLUENCE us.
Young Media Critics examine the definition and share examples of "What is medium"? Join Young Media Critics on Tuesday, 5 p.m. (EST) in the U.S.
On top of the NFL world! That's where you find your Dallas Cowboys entering Week 7 after a 30-23 win over the Seahawks that announced to everyone that this team is for real. Now they begin division play at the latest point of the year in Cowboys history against the hated New York Giants.
Dustin Copening, Jeff Bowers, Darren Boyd, and Jeff Feltman join you with in-depth analysis of how Dallas traveled to CenturyLink and silenced the doubters, and also fill you in on all of the details leading up to the 3:25 CST kickoff against the Giants at AT&T Stadium.
You'll get the Coach's Chalkboard in the Coach's Slant, go Inside the Numbers, and hear from coaches and players from each team.
Big shout out to Eddie for being the only person on the show, via Boyd, who had the foresight to predict a Cowboys win last week. This week has let down game written all over it, but will that persuade anyone on the show to pick against the Cowboys?
As always, the boys will key you in on the other Match-ups Of Intrigue before releasing you back into the NFL wild.
Thanks for listening, and keep spreading the word about the best damn Dallas Cowboys pre game show in all of the land!
Today on the Willie Lawson Show
Elizabeth Blackney is an author and advocate. A media and communications strategist, she develops campaigns designed to persuade and inspire action. Her expertise includes a strong focus on maternal and child health, strategic diplomacy and other efforts to prevent war crimes, particularly forcible rape, Female Genital Mutilation, forced marriage and the deprivation of religious equality. Her presence on traditional and social media includes a regular column on The Huffington Post and at Ricochet. She has written for numerous NGO and advocacy organizations, and speaks to schools, universities, and conferences on building awareness and influencing core constituencies. Blackney is writing her memoir, which will explore her experiences and coverage of rape, genocide, equality, global health and spirituality. She is a mother, Gold Star Wife, and completed two forty day hunger strikes to bring attention to the sexual and gender based violence in Congo, and the marginalized people of Sudan and South Sudan. Her first book, Sex, Lies and Politricks is available on Amazon. Follow her on Twitter @MediaLizzy.
Today on the Willie Lawson Show my friend Elizabeth Blackney will be my guest. Topics will range from the 2014 November elections to famine in Africa. We will talk about her work with the Huffington Post. We will play the word association game sure to send you over the edge!
AND... Our super super special friend Cherylyn Harley will also join us.Truly a power-packed hour!
Telling stories is a powerful way to get your message across so that it is compelling and memorable. The best stories grab and hold the audience's attention and build vivid mind pictures. Stories appeal to our emotional side and even overide our logical or analytical side. Stories are a way to reach an audience's hearts through their ears. Stories are the lens through which we view our world or a world in which we want to live. Use stories to engage and inspire your audience. Storytelling is also a great way to teach others. People learn more from stories than they do from facts and statistics.
Today we will share ways in which to share stories for maximum impact. Learn how a simple tale can become a simple message.
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Quite often, religious people declare that all atheists are "angry atheists." Is this an accurate statement, and what place does anger have in the battle against superstition? What are the stories behind those who have been genuinely hurt by religion, and how does anger help and/or harm our ability to persuade others to embrace an evidence-based, dogma-free life?
This podcast is about the angry atheist.
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