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Small Message, Big Impact

Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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    Small Message, Big Impact

    Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

    A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

    I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

    Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

    I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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    Small Message, Big Impact

    Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

    A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

    I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

    Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

    I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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    Small Message, Big Impact

    Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

    A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

    I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

    Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

    I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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    Small Message, Big Impact

    Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

    Small Message, Big Impact

    Written by Blake Teen on June 1, 2011.

    A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

    I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

    Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

    I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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    A friend of mine, Terri Sjodin, recently sent me a review galley copy of her new book. Small Message, Big Impact: How to Put the Power of the Elevator Speech Effect to Work for You is coming out today.

    I am often asked to review books, but this one caught my attention. Why? Because it is good. And it delivers on its promise… as the description states, it is an entertaining, straightforward, and practical how-to guide on effectively communicating an important message in a short period of time. And in today’s market, who doesn’t need a little help with messaging? She gives readers an inspiring new perspective on the power of what she calls the “elevator speech effect” and shows us how to employ this versatile tool to create influence. (She makes it easy!)

    Perhaps you want to promote and idea, project or concept maybe you are looking to create a more compelling message to sell a product or service that will help you access challenging decision makers. Whatever your purpose—be it professional, academic, political, philanthropic, or personal you can learn to create a fresh brief and persuasive message that delivers tangible results. This book gives you a specific road map to draft your next elevator speech.

    I strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to check it out and purchase a copy of her book today. You can get it in hardcover or ebook. You won’t regret it!

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