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On today’s podcast, we’re going to talk about the first two tools of an advocate and how you can use each of them on both your decision-maker inner jury and your outer jury, whether that be clients, customers, family or friends. The definition of inner elegance and the importance of using the best words are the perfect starting point for becoming the most effective advocate for yourself.
Today we will —
Define inner elegance
- We have the opportunity every day to choose our own elegance.
- Elegance as an advocacy tool means to be aware of your own elegance.
- Define your highest potential — what are you meant to be?
- Identify your best parts and hire that part of yourself to be your advocate.
Use the best words
- One word can be the difference between a win and a loss, so choose your words carefully.
- We must be discerning when choosing the words to use on our inner jury.
- Identify the value and power of the words you use.
- Do you know the magical power of the word ‘abracadabra’?
- If you can use your words effectively you can change the way your IJ and OJ see, think, feel, act, and respond.
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