Verbal Aikido for Effective Communication

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One of the key factors to mastering your life, is to master your communication.

This is why the great communicators in the world get all that they want.

With today’s competitive market and educated consumer base, you need the most up-to date communication tactics available more than ever. But, what determines who will control the conversation? What do you do when someone seems to be leading you down a conversational path you don’t want to go?

In this one-of-a-kind program, Leila will share with you the most advanced communication tactics to date. By combining the modern science of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and the ancient art of Aikido, Leila will take you on an adventure of discovery … one where you will learn the subtle art of influence and have fun in the process.

You will learn the 14 beliefs of the most powerful negotiators in the world, and how you can master them for your own unstoppable success.
Stop using the 2 most destructive words that kill a negotiation.
Start using 3 phrases and 1 magical word that keeps even the most resistant client open and receptive.
Discover the Zen of problem solving- going to the core of the issue.
Experience first hand how to control a conversation and take it where you want to go.

In this Verbal Aikido System, Leila teaches you actionable skills and gives you precision tools to make change that lasts and create the life you want. She does this through world-class training and professionalism, delivered with down-to-earth, personable and memorable style.

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What is Aikido?

Aikido is a modern, non-aggressive Japanese martial art developed early in the 20th century by Morihei Ueshiba. From his father Yoroku, he inherited a samurai’s determination and an interest in public affairs, and from his mother an intense interest in religion, poetry and art.

Morihei was a weak and sickly child, which led to a preference for indoor activities like reading. He loved listening to the miraculous legends of the wonder-working saints ‘En no Gyoja’ and ‘Kobo Daishi’, and was fascinated by the esoteric Buddhist rituals; he even considered becoming a priest at one time.

Verbal Aikido for Effective Communication

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