“Cindy is by far the best communications coach I have ever met. We work together to help startup founders. She provides an invaluable service by helping prospective clients with their business pitch. She is a wizard at helping people refine the message to best communicate their passion and values.”
~Tim Ash, Fort Collins
When you hear a speaker just “Nail It”, the experience leaves you wanting more. That’s because the speaker used extreme care and precision when combining the persuasive elements of that message.
We teach clients how to organize and deliver the persuasive pieces of their “message puzzles.” Clients who work with us learn lifelong, practical tools for use both now and later.
When our engagement comes to a close, they are far smarter about their messages, their audiences, and themselves – and their audiences can tell.
The On Point Story:
For as long as I can remember, I have been passionate about all aspects of communication and message development. Whether I was watching a commercial, reading a news article, or dissecting nationally televised talks like the State of the Union, I have always looked at messages as intricate puzzles.
I take the message apart, look closely at each piece, inspect its persuasive function, and evaluate its effectiveness. “Do I need this part? How does this sentence fit amongst the others? How should it be phrased for maximum persuasive impact?” Every piece of a message – spoken or written – plays an important role.
In college, I’d work cheerfully in the dank, dark basement library into the early hours of the morning, analyzing speeches and identifying message strategies speakers used to persuade the audience. In the depths of that old, empty library, I recognized and appreciated the beauty and power of persuasion. Developing messages that “Nail It” requires superb critical analysis. It is a skill set I continued to refine long after graduation; it is fundamental to the mission of On Point Communications, LLC.
So what’s your story? Connect with us today to start crafting yours. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org