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Oprah had "It" long before she was a household name. Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Ronald Regan did too. And you can as well, once you learn the strategies to becoming memorable. After all, why waste valuable time networking if no one can remember who you are? That's why human-behavior expert Colette Carlson, M.A., shows you how to make a lasting, positive impression with everyone you meet. In 30 minutes you will learn how to:
- Recognize and leverage characteristics of people with the "It Factor"
- Identify questions that can make or break the connection
- Maximize the power of being interested vs. interesting
- Leave them wanting more as you close the conversation
What makes a memorable first impression? Colette Carlson has a pretty good idea. As a business communication expert and motivational speaker, Carlson has identified a variety of techniques for making sure that people remember you, and for all the right reasons. In her warm and upbeat voice, she offers precise, practical tips, like where to place your name tag and how to introduce yourself, and stresses the importance of giving from yourself before trying to get anything from anyone else. Listeners are sure to come away with a new sense of confidence, and at least a few useful additions to their networking arsenal.