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How to Get People to LOVE your Ideas
Episode 15010th January 2023 • You Are Not A Frog • Dr Rachel Morris
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Convince change to happen.

You've got great ideas for change. It's just a matter of putting these plans into motion. However, change needs to be something where everyone works together. You can't just tell someone to do this or that. Because of this, change can be a challenge. But don't let this discourage you! With the right message and space for a conversation, you can convince the people around you to make change happen.

In this episode of You Are Not a Frog, Toby Moore joins us for a conversation about communicating ideas and convincing people to change. We dive into creating a message that connects with people. You'll find that sharing what you want, why you want it, and how you'll do it can become a call to action. Discover how you can put your great ideas into motion through conversation and a better communication strategy.

Don’t stop your ideas from changing the world! Tune in to this episode to find out more about convincing your audience.

Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:

  1. Understand the importance of structuring your what, why, and how to create a convincing message
  2. Find the language that helps your audience understand, believe, and connect with you.
  3. Learn how you can have a call to conversation with your audience.

Episode Highlights

[03:15] Change for People

[06:40] Elements of a Better Communication Strategy

[11:13] Starting With Your What and Why

[16:43] Connecting Your Reasons

[19:28] Understand, Believe and Take Action

[24:19] Using Lived Experiences as a Better Communication Strategy

[27:49] The Importance of Structuring Your Message

[34:01] Overcoming Objections

[40:36] Top Three Tips to Encourage Change


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