Resist the expected, the usual and the ordinary.
Results will follow.
Blah. Blah. Blah.
Isn’t that what most marketing and communication messages boil down to these days? Boastful, blatant and/or boring. Not anymore. Not if I have anything to say about it. And I have plenty!
I’m Terri Langhans, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) and COE (Chief of Everything) here at Blah Blah Blah, my speaking, training and presentation coaching business. I named it that because I’m all about helping people be less ordinary and more effective communicators. And because it’s funny.
Simply stated, I speak to and work with clients who want their message to stand out and get better results—results from their marketing, sales presentations, and interpersonal communication. Essentially, any time you want someone to do, not do, or let you do something for them—whether that’s in writing, in a meeting, one-to-one or one-to-many.
Effective communication covers a bevy of topics and training that you can read about as you click around my site. Let’s talk about the better results and benefits part right now. When whatever it is you want to say or write stands out, here’s what you, your business, products, services or cause get in return:
- More effective branding, advertising and marketing communication, which means you attract more prospects and customers, fill your pipeline, sell more products and services, build your reputation and generate word of mouth referrals.
- More persuasive presentations that influence choice, win the business, trigger the decision you’re looking for, win buy in for your ideas or approval for your recommendations.
- Improved credibility and confidence when you can communicate clearly, get your point across and support it with the right mix of information, even when your “audience” is a mix of communication, decision-making and personality styles.
From thirty minutes to three days, whether a keynote, breakout session, workshop or retreat, I’m known for packing my presentations with creative ideas, simple strategies and tangible tools you can use (and re-use) right away to give any message more impact and make it more effective.
If you’d like to explore whether or not one of my effective communication programs is a fit, I’d enjoy having that conversation. Yes, I said “explore” and “conversation.” And I mean it. Anything else would be marketing malpractice on my part.
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