Com – pel – ling: adjective ~ evoking interest, attention, or admiration in a powerfully irresistible way.
Well, that’s according to Webster and his dictionary anyway. But what does this same word mean to different folk? And why does it matter? And why does this word title my post today? All good questions do I ask myself!
See, as a driven entrepreneur with a simple and clear mission of empowering other driven entrepreneurs my mind stays quite busy. Now busy alone isn’t always enough, but what is the mind busy on? So in a recent conversation and assignment from my coach this word “compelling” came up. Now why did it strike me as such it did? I don’t know. But it did.
I’ve come to accept that it just sums up so much of the way messaging can be enhanced. And while fully understanding the importance of the message that each and every one of us wish to share, should we take note? And if we choose to, how can we implant a mental stigma of our message in our brain and use it in our day-to-day communication to great benefit?
What IF we evoke interest? Grab attention? Pull admiration? While ALL in a powerfully irresistible way?
Would we be better messengers? And if we were would it make a difference in our mission?
What IS your message? Is it powerful? Is it effective? Is it compelling?
Stay tuned later this week for a message on YOUR message! (Note: I go into a lot of detail about this in my upcoming eBook. Go reserve a copy right now!)