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Author of What's Your Point?
What's your point?
Did your answers to these two questions come quickly, clearly, and concisely enough that you can answer a third?
How do you ensure your point and your problem-solving remain essential, valued, and relevant for clients within the context of their ever-changing worlds—online & off?
"I wouldn't have seen it if I hadn't believed it."
— Marshall McLuhan
On Point Strategic Communication
Make your point with target prospects and clients by emphasizing the relevance of the problem you solve and the unique fit of your solutions, and you prove you're worth engaging again and again—online & off.
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The first—and often overlooked—step toward Box-Free, Forward Thinking is to identify "THE BOX"—the limiting beliefs and sets of unspoken and invisible rules by which organizations and individuals operate, whether they realize it or not. Go Box-Free to lead yourself & others toward a brilliant future! Consciously move beyond stereotypes, misconceptions, myths, beliefs, and values which can be traced back to the early 1900s—even for those who have only worked in the 21st Century!
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& BOX-FREE FORWARD THINKING
Contact PJ and start THE CATALYST working to take the weight of the World off your shoulders and place the World in the palm of your hand, so
YOU can get on with what you
CARE THE MOST ABOUT!
The directions that really matter!
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"What's Your Point?—the pivotal 21st Century business question—
must be answered before you open your mouth, hit a key, or tap anything. Too often 'Your Point' is not clear to you, and communication remains an expensive illusion."
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“What’s Your Point? provides fresh CONTEXT—'a place to think'—about you and what you do—in many ways, on many levels—at a time when richness of constructive self-leadership like this is both a luxury and an essential.“