Ryan Foland was a bullied kid, then a doer and shaker in high school and college. He made a fortune in the mortgage industry and lost it all, only to bounce back stronger. Today he helps others communicate what they do in a succinct way. Forget the elevator pitch. Ryan’s 3-1-3 Method is shorter and more engaging of and respectful to the listener.
Still stirring it up, in addition to programs at Influence Tree, the #GingerMC has new programs in the works for helping you connect with others through effective communication.
In today’s episode you’ll learn:
- What is the 3-1-3 Method
- How to apply the 3-1-3 Method, walking through a real-world example
- About the stickiness of mental images
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What was your biggest insight from this week’s episode? Let Jay know in the comments or on Twitter: @jaykimmer.
LINKS FROM TODAY’S EPISODE
- Read the full transcript from Ryan’s interview
- Ryan’s personal website
- Ryan on Twitter and Instagram
- Training courses at Influence Tree
DETAILED SHOW NOTES
- (1:34) Ryan’s quick description of what he does
- (4:28) Ryan’s backstory
- (11:11) The time Ryan thought he was about to get fired
- (13:41) Description of the 3-1-3 Method
- (23:39) Real world example of the 3-1-3 Method in action
- (42:30) The power of a visual mental image
- (46:02) Ryan’s describes his new programs, Future Experts, helping others get on the TEDx stage, and his strategic networking class
- (48:25) Connect with and follow Ryan, #GingerMC
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