Alex Mandossian and Dr. Barbara Hales at Carnegie Hall
Alex is the founder and CEO of MarketingOnline.com. He is one of the leading Funnel Marketing and Conversion coaches who has created a proprietary Funnel Blueprint Assessment. With this assessment, you can readily detect the strengths, weaknesses and blind spots of any potentially high-growth business, taking within 4 minutes only.
One of his latest books, published on Amazon is Alexisms: Useful Life Lessons from a Recovering Serial Entrepreneur.
I had the privilege of speaking with Alex at Carnegie Hall, NYC and heard many interesting and useful “Alexisms”.
He quotes Einstein “Nothing happens until something moves”. What he tries to convey by this is that Verbs move people. Use verbs and less adjectives when communicating.
Takeaway I’ve learned from Alex Mandossian
There is only one verb to describe you- the one action word. Once you know what that is, you can work toward it and gain clarity.
Here are some examples with Descartes leading the bunch: I think, therefore I am
- Fuller- I test, therefore I am
- Montessori- I teach, therefore I am
- Mother Teresa- I care, therefore I am
- Hemingway- I write, therefore I am
- Earhart- I fly, therefore I am
- Joan Rivers- I provoke, therefore I am
- Frank Lloyd Wright- I design, therefore I am
- Nelson Mandela- I defy, therefore I am
- Ghandi- I protect, therefore I am
- Disney- I dream, therefore I am
What would your verb be? Share it with us in the comment box below.