"I am not good at describing my job and am worried this doesn't promote a good impression. Can you help me?" asked Grant.
Your response to the question "what do you do?" does help determine how you and your organization are perceived.
It pursuit of having significant business conversations, it is important to have a "soundbite" ready which tells about you, your role and your organization. A soundbite is only a sentence or two that highlights your message in a way that is meaningful to the other party. This will help to promote a good impression and help you feel more confident about having a conversation about your job.
There are two things you can do to begin developing your soundbite. Tune in tomorrow for these tips.
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