What Stops You From Getting Results in Your Communication with Others?

Prevent damaged relationshipsWhat are the conditions inside ourselves and others which promote or damage our conversations (thus relationships)? What can you do about it?

“Discover how to open up a dialogue with another, which desperately needs to be discussed, and do it in a heartfelt way without putting the other person on the defensive, and help them feel safe talking about it.”

Typically, in “crucial conversations”, the majority of people either get silent or violent. How do we break this barrier?

The vital information you’ll learn here will help you in your personal relationships, prospecting and customer relationships, and associate relationships.

Applying this information will solve hidden or overt apathy, covert or overt hostility and cynicism in yourself and others, and create happiness in your personal and business relationships.

Hot information like this is necessary in our training because LIFE HAPPENS.

Without knowing how to handle high-stake conversations … with conflicting opinions and high emotions, getting positive results in our personal life and business life will be nearly impossible to do consistently.

So be smart. Learn and apply this data that’s come to light after 25 years of intensive research …

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Wayne Gerald

MLM Productivity Expert at Purium
Wayne Gerald is a MLM Productivity Expert, Copy Writer, Web Designer, and Network Marketer. He opened Japan Neways, and built an organization of 100,000 distributors resulting in 8M in sales each month. After that, he was #1 Top New Volume Producer in Life Force International. Today, he's building his last empire with Purium whole-food superfoods. His mission is to help the "little guy" (M/F) build a great lifestyle, where family health and wealth can be passed from generation to generation.

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