Listen In to This 2-Part Class Taught By
Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®
If someone asked you today, “So, what do you do?”
what would you say?
- “I’m a teacher.”
- “I’m a speaker.”
- “I’m a professor.”
- “I’m a realtor.”
- “I’m a coach.”
- “I’m a data specialist.”
- “I’m an attorney.”
- “I’m a _____________.”
And then where does the conversation go after that? Not too far…
Statements like the ones above land with a ‘thud’ to the ear of the person who asked the question.
What you need is a way to answer the question, “So, what do you do?” in a manner that allows a conversation to be started. You can’t do that if you don’t have an intriguing way to respond when someone asks you, “So, what do you do?”
In this practical 2-part web-workshop, Meggin McIntosh will share a variety of techniques and done-for-you templates that you can use to create your own responses to “So, what do you do?” Although there is no single ‘formula,’ there are key principles to follow and you’ll learn those by participating in the class.
Access the special 2-Part workshop (no travel involved, though!) to help you master your answers to, “So, what do you do?”
Don’t miss out!
All registrants will receive:
- Downloads of the class so you can listen as many times as you need and want to while reinforcing the strategies you learn;
- An extensive packet of handouts to download and use while listening and learning;
- Done-for-you templates to use for crafting your own responses - for various situations;
- And more, of course!
Your investment is only $57.
One new conversation - sparked because you have a confident, compelling, and interesting response to “So, what do you do?” - is worth far more than your investment.Just click here (or on the watercolors graphics) and you will be taken to my secure shopping cart. Your registration will be acknowledged immediately and you will be sent all the information you need to be a full participant.
~Glenn Dowling, Texas
You have to paint a picture for others so that they can either visualize themselves or someone else as needing what it is that you do.
About the Teleseminar Host
All of us get asked, “So, what do you do?” For most people, the standard answer ends up being the title of our job or profession. Saying you are a __________ may or may not spark additional conversation and even if it does, it is usually not a very satisfying exchange. I started studying (and testing) some alternatives several years ago so that I would have more interesting - and helpful - ways of replying. You will learn these in our class.
“Meggin’s material is well organized but flexible. It allows for input from the class. The slides and handouts target different types of learning styles: There is something for the abstract thinker and those who want more practical and concrete information; there is something for people in academia as well as other professions. One of Meggin’s strengths is her ability to incorporate responses into the ‘script’ of the class.”
~Marela Dichupa, Canada