Jim Rohn, styled as America’s business philosopher, has long been a person who has had great impact on my life. He is down to earth yet profound in what he has to say. This post is an article from Jim Rohn, reprinted with permission and without editing from www.Success.com. “Effective communication is a critical component (Read More…)
Recently Revolutionary Persuasion attended two events. We had the opportunity to hear national and local speakers who inspired, informed, and challenged us. Once again I realized the importance of learning by example, specifically learning from a professional. Someone who has a highly-developed skill is worth studying, particularly when it comes to articulate speakers. We heard some top (Read More…)
“Taking the Offensive” is the theme of the upcoming conference hosted by Western Liberty Network on Saturday, January 30, 2016. This conference provides a wonderful variety of workshops plus opportunity to hear candidates who are running for office. Debates by those running for US Senate, Secretary of State, and Oregon Governor will highlight the day’s events. The breakout sessions (Read More…)
Steve Sutton of the Leadership Institute in Alexandria VA has enunciated five attributes that a potential candidate should possess. Fire In The Belly is at the top of that list. What follows are my observations on that fire. What Fire In The Belly Isn’t My experience in coaching suggests that to many aspiring candidates (Read More…)
In the 1970’s the brokerage house EF Hutton ran an ad campaign with the tag line: “When EF Hutton talks, people listen.” It implied that people were eager to hear what EF Hutton said because it mattered to their financial well being. When candidates or politicians talk, does anybody listen? They love to hear themselves (Read More…)
A Son of Thunder written by Henry Mayer, Review by Le Snelling Patrick Henry was a very persuasive and passionate man. There are several biographies but this one provides more than just facts and history. It gives Henry incredible dimension including his struggles and faults. Mayer brings Henry alive to the reader. At almost 500 (Read More…)
The motto of Revolutionary Persuasion is Truth & Passion. It derives from Patrick Henry who is one of my American Revolutionary heroes. Henry argued passionately against ratification of the Constitution in the Virginia assembly because it did not contain a Bill of Rights. This was a document that he had argued for, fought for, and (Read More…)
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Have you ever taken a road trip and gone where ever the road leads? That might be an action for a Sunday afternoon drive but typically it is not intentionally part of a longer trip with a destination. When we travel by car, we leave with a clear idea of which direction to go, the (Read More…)
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