ABOUT DR WEBER COACHING
A LIFE DEDICATED TO HELPING INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES SUCCEED
How I Overcame My Personal Obstacles to Become a Leader From Insecure to Influential:
(And How You Can To)
I may teach CEOs and other highly influential people how to communicate better now, but it wasn’t always this way. In fact, if these same people had met me when I was 18 years old, they would laugh at the thought of taking communication advice from me. That’s because, as a teenager, I was incredibly insecure. I watched other people handle the challenges life threw at them with ease and I couldn’t understand how they did it.
So, I went searching for answers. At 19, I started a personal development journey that led me to absorb the communications training, techniques and strategies of masters like Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, Tim Sandler, Les Brown, Wayne Dyer, Richard Bandler and others.
I immersed myself in all the wisdom and teaching these communication masters had to offer and applied it to my own life. I kept what worked, and added to it, gradually forming my own methods of effective communication training. While I completely respect the people I’ve learned from.
I also learned to improve on what they taught, much of which I discovered was overly complicated. I took their teachings and refined them into a more streamlined approach that worked for me. And the results were amazing! From a shy, bullied teenager, I blossomed into a fully-fledged, effective communicator who can persuade and influence powerful C-level executives and industry leaders for some of the largest corporations in Europe with just words alone.
Through the leadership communication training I developed over several years, I can keep my client’s interest, build trust and develop rapport. And, best of all, I can teach you how to do that, too.
I feel privileged to have the career and personal strength I do today. Learning how to communicate effectively is really a life-changer, and it will change your life, too. Once you unlock the communication skills with the training I provide, you will wonder how you ever managed without them.
By the way, the first communications training lesson is free!
Here it is: Can you guess the most important word in communication? The sound of this word can either make anyone feel great or strike fear into their hearts depending on how the word is said.
Need a hint? This word is different for everyone you meet. The most important word in communication is: A person’s name. As Dale Carnegie said: “A person’s name is the sweetest sound to them.” This is something I always try to remember. The funny thing about names is that using the name of someone you are already close to is important, but it’s not likely going to be a life-altering experience for you or them. But, using the name of someone you just met might actually be life-altering for both of you.
That’s because using a new aquaintance’s name implies that you value them enough to remember the most important piece of information about them. It will, in turn, open them up to connection and persuasion, YOUR connection and persuasion.
Being able to connect a face to a name will also help you to open up and remember individuals. In my communication skills coaching workshops, where I meet dozens of people in a short period of time, I always try to remember as many names as possible. In addition to trying to memorize names, I listen, observe, empathize and communicate openly with everyone.
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Here it is: If you want to deeply influence someone, you need to care about them. You need empathy. Empathy is the ability to see the world through someone else’s eyes, and if someone’s name is the most important word in communication, then empathizing with that person is the most important action in communication. The greatest success comes when you have empathy for others and want to make the world a better place. Many times I have faced people with challenging personalities and attitudes, but if I can empathize with them, I can persuade them. I can show you how to do that, too, with simple but highly effective training in communication skills.
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Who the heck is John English? Well, it’s me. Or, rather, it’s a brand I use for Corporate Training in English and providing coaching services to my Spanish-speaking audience. Initially the name started out as a joke. But later I published a few books under the pen name “John English“. If you see my face with the name “John English” attached to it somewhere, that is just another of my businesses. I started using the name because it’s catchy in a Spanish language environment and it stuck.
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