How to Think like a Mind Reader in 7 Minutes with Jonathan Pritchard

Released Tuesday, 19th June 2018
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Discover how life would be different if you could read minds.
Learn the importance of knowing your customer’s viewpoint.
Learn some of the psychological secrets of business success from a mind reader

Resources/Links:

Think Like a Mind Reader Book
thinklikeamindreader.com

Summary

Jonathan Pritchard is a professional communicator, touring mentalist, and author. He helps companies connect with their people. He learned how to do that after nearly 25 years’ experience on and off stage as a professional communicator.

In this episode of Marketing the Invisible, Jonathan shares his distinct voice that cuts straight through an entrepreneur’s mental noise.

Check out these episode highlights:

00:50 – all about Jonathan
02:11 – who her ideal clients are
02:20 – problems that Jonathan solve for his clients who are having a hard time communicating their value to make sales
02:47 – symptoms his clients experience when they try to sell their service or product
03: 44 – common mistakes his prospects clients do before reaching out to him
05:02 – Jonathan’s Valuable Free Action (VFA): Focus up. Pick a strategy you know works.
07:50 – Jonathan’s Valuable Free Resource (VFR): thinklikeamindreader.com
07:36 – Jonathan explains how thinking like a mind reader is close to being like a magician
08:32 – Jonathan’s Valuable Free Tip (VFT): Genuinely care about people.

Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode:

“How can you build momentum if you are going in different directions every single week? It is not enough time to see the payoff of a single strategy executed at a high level consistently.” - @the_pritchardClick To Tweet
“Keep the basics, practice, apply those and you win the work. ” - @the_pritchardClick To Tweet
“You got to think about the customer’s viewpoint more than yours. Get inside the customer’s mind and really identify their problem. ” - @the_pritchardClick To Tweet

“Genuinely care about people. The more interested you are in people, the more you can learn from them, and the more you can apply to your own business and life. ” - @the_pritchardClick To Tweet

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Length
9m 26s
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