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If You Confuse People, You Lose People: 4 Steps To Simplify Any Message

May 27, 2014

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Do you ever struggle to clearly communicate your message?

Whether you’re pitching yourself to get press, a new project, a new client, or a new job — being concise and compelling is vital.

But when you’re multipassionate, or just have a lot of valuable things to say, effectively selling yourself in just a few words can feel near impossible.

But here’s the hard truth.

You only have seconds to get a producer, client, customer or boss’s attention — and keep it.

And in order to do that, you’ve got to simplify your message. If you’ve ever tried, you know this is no easy task.

Never fear — MarieTV is here!

And today, my guest has spent over 20 years producing television for big names like Oprah Winfrey and Anderson Cooper. Translation? She knows the dos and don’ts of clear communication.

In today’s episode of MarieTV, learn four steps to simplify any message.

Now, Rachel and I would love to hear from you. Which specific step from today’s episode will help you simplify your message and make it more effective?

If you’re up for it, refine your message using the four steps in the comments below!

Remember to tell us who you’re targeting (media, customers, employers, etc.) and workshop it right here and now.

As always, thank you so much for reading, watching and sharing so generously.

I truly believe the MarieTV community is the best on the planet.

P.S. If you know anyone who is looking for more clients, is job-hunting or is trying to launch a book or a business — please share this post with them. These ideas may help someone you love hit a homerun and change the course of their career.

With all my love,


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