What is the #1 Reason You Are Not Using Better Vocabulary Today?
A CEO with no confidence using business English vocabulary is not able to use effective words to communicate. This video will explain how confidence will help you communicate at a higher level.
What is the biggest reason you are not using more effective vocabulary when you’re speaking English?
Every client comes to me at the beginning of working together and they want to use MORE ACCURATE vocabulary and they want to be MORE DESCRIPTIVE in the vocabulary they are using for their business.
So what is the #1 reason why executives are not using more effective vocabulary?
Is it because they don’t know these words?… NO!!
They know many great words, terms and phrases they could use in business.
So, what is the reason?
Well, the reason is PRONUNCIATION.
Yes, it’s really that simple.
If you’re not confident pronouncing a word, you’re never going to use it.
You’re NEVER going to say it
in front of your staff…
in front of your clients…
in front of your stakeholders.
It’s not going to happen.
Let me give you an example.
The word “enthused”…
Now “enthused” or “enthusiastic” is a great word.
Most everybody knows what it means.
Does anybody ever use it?… No way!
If you are not confident in your business English, you are certainly not confident in pronouncing the word “enthused.”
And, you are never going to use it.
So here’s a really good ACCURATE and DESCRIPTIVE word that’s not being used.
You know it. But you don’t use it.
I can help you.
I can help you become confident in your pronunciation.
And, once you’re confident in your pronunciation, you’ll be able to use many of these great words, terms and phrases.
Let me show you how you can use more effective vocabulary and be more successful as a business leader with your organization.
Please send me a message if you’d like to talk about your situation and how maybe I can help you become more confident in your communication as a leader of your company.
I will talk to you very soon.
Have a great week.
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