The Womack Company
Best Ways to Communicate for Fast Replies
Plus a few suggestions on how to ask for what you want and get it!

If you've ever missed a meeting because someone left you a voicemail instead of sending an email, you know that more ways to communicate doesn't always lead to better communication.
Knowing what your Learning Style preference is and those of the people you work with just makes life easier to get the info across more clearly...

Here are a few tips to determine if the person you're working with is Visual, Auditory or Kinesthetic.

If they say...
"I see what you mean. Looks good." = Visual
"I hear what you mean. Sounds good." = Auditory
"I GET it. Feels right*." = Kinesthetic

*Kinesthetic people will usually pace and then snap, clap or do some other physical thing too.

So if you know what your preference for communication is, ask for it. If you prefer receiving emails over other methods, let people know that! One client puts the following message at the bottom of his email signature line:

(For fastest reply please use email)

Another client includes the following message in her outgoing voicemail, "Leaving a message here is the fastest way to get a hold of me. There's no need to call my other numbers or email me at this time. Thanks."

As always, it's great having you as a part of our community,

J&J Signatures

Jason & Jodi

PS I'm "look" forward to "seeing" you on the webinar this Friday.

Solutions to Your Biggest Business Challenges Webinar on April 23

Jason is collaborating with Victoria Ipri, founder of The Confident Copywriter, to highlight guaranteed strategies for creating enhanced business relationships... earning referral business all year long... and finally 'crossing over' from average to amazing!

During this 45-minute webinar we'll discuss more than 7 ways leaders, managers and entrepreneurs like you can solve common business challenges.

Together, Jason & Victoria will share guaranteed strategies for:

*Enhancing your business relationships...
*Earning referral business all year long...
*Finding at least 15 more minutes in every day..
*Getting more work from better clients...
*Making the next 90 days your most successful ever...
*And crossing over from average to amazing! 
This call will happen on April 23 at 10 am Pacific time. You'll receive the call in code upon registration.

Are you really serious about achieving greater success in 2010? For just $45, and in only 45-minutes we'll show you how. Click here to sign up now.

You can hire The Womack Company for these things:

1. Deliver our Maximizing Workplace Performance seminar, a skills training seminar for any size group providing insights into working more effectively and knowing inside tips on using technology and  psychology  to actually help you with your team's workflow.

2. Coach you on an individual level, customizing your technology, systems and productivity strategies to make your life easier (aka Executive Coaching).

3. Create a customized team productivity package that combines the Workplace Performance seminar series and the individual executive coaching to uplevel the performance of entire departments.

Call (805) 640-6401 to speak with Jason directly.

Click here to read about Jason's Webinar This Friday morning.
Where's Womack?

Our schedule for  Seminars & Coaching:

Dallas TX May 5-6
Raleigh NC May 7
NYC May 10-11
Dallas TX May 13
London UK May 18-19
Zurich CH May 21
SF, CA May 26-27

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"My productivity increased 300%"
John Weller
VP Megastar Financial

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San Francisco, CA

This newsletter is written by Jodi Womack and Jason Womack. Copyright 2010.
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