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Turning the Science of Communication Into an Art with Glenn Milliet

Turning the Science of Communication Into an Art with Glenn Milliet

We are communicating all the time, which also means that we’re constantly trying to sell. What are the most important communication skills that will help your potential client hear you and feel heard, thereby helping you close a deal easily and effectively? Join Meny and his guest, communications expert Glenn Milliet, as they explore the science behind personal communication. They discuss the ten commandments of good communication, why communication is a science rather than an art, the importance of body language, the three reasons that salespeople fail, why every conversation needs to end with an offer, the importance of getting confirmation, what to do when your potential client isn’t convinced, and much more.

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Going for Stupid: Steve Sims and the Art of Moving From Ridicule to Reverence

Did you ever have a crazy idea that you thought just might be a big one but you never did anything about it because you didn’t want people to laugh? This week, our guest is Steve Sims, the author of Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen and Go For Stupid: The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals which will be released on October 18. Called by Forbes Magazine, “The man with the world’s coolest job,” Steve has become famous for taking the craziest dreams of his celebrity clients and making them a reality.

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Top 4 Reasons to Visit the Ptex Office

Here’s why you should be coming to visit the Ptex office.

It’s not just because of the award winning office environment (Great Places to Work 2016), the limited edition Brooklyn Bridge letterpress print hanging in the foyer (which took Cameron Moll over 300 hours to create), the open interiors designed by RMWong, Yossi’s fish tank with exotic species such as the clownfish and angelfish, or the occasional Cholent Fest on a nondescript Thursday.

While those are all solid reasons to stop by, it’s what’s going on right outside the touch-free, hand-censored glass doors that makes it worth the trip: the lunch options. Read more