Do you want to learn how to wow? Ace that job or television interview? What are the most persuasive words that you should use during your interview process? Deliver speeches that will be memorable? Our guest, Author of “How To WOW, Proven Strategies For Presenting Your Ideas, Persuading Your Audience, And Perfecting Your Image”, Frances Cole Jones will show you how to land that dream job!
Frances is a best selling author with three “How to Wow” books, she is a media coach, speaker and career expert. She is the founder of Cole Media Management which is focused on cultivating clients’ inherent strengths to develop the powerful communication skills that will enhance his or her professional and personal performance. Clients have appeared on shows such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The View, and yes, Oprah! She is the person who will help you prepare for television and print interviews and she is here with us today!
From her website:
Prior to founding Cole Media Management, Frances worked at St. Martin’s Press, Viking Penguin, Doubleday, and Broadway Books as an editor of commercial nonfiction. The experience of helping authors translate their ideas into books that retained their unique voice is what makes her valuable to her clients. “There’s no point in my writing a perfectly crafted sound bite that you have to strain to remember,” Frances says. “You have to sound like you-you on your best day.
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