7 ways to fascinate in your next meeting

Imagine this. You’re in a BIG meeting at work.

You speak up to make a point. You clear your voice , and all eyes turn to you.

Suddenly you realize…

…everyone is fascinated. They’re listening to you, impressed by you, and focusing on what you’re saying.

So, how did you do it?

The good news: When you apply your top two Advantages in meetings, you feel more confident, and your listeners will be more likely to take action.

Now, the bad news: Every time you communicate, you’re either adding value or taking up space. Make sure you’re adding value, by applying your top qualities.

Your personality already has what you need to be fascinating and impressive.

Prep for your next big meeting with this quick-n-easy guide.

Then get ready to pour yourself another coffee to celebrate a job well done.

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Sally Hogshead

Sally skyrocketed to the top of the advertising world in her early 20s, fascinating millions of consumers for clients such as MINI Cooper and Coca-Cola. Since then, she’s published two New York Times bestsellers on the science of fascination, and is one of only 172 living members in the Speaker Hall of Fame. Over a million professionals have taken the Fascination Advantage® personality test to discover how others perceive their communication.

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