Last week we talked about how to prepare for a radio interview when running for office, and ensure that you get out of the interview what you want.
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Today we discuss the secrets of television interviews. How to prepare for them, what to do the day before and day of your interview, what to wear, how to come up with a pithy sound bite, create chatter on social media, control your body language and clearly articulate a compelling message.
This video is part of an on-line course for political candidates and those running for office. A soup-to-nuts guide on how to get started, become a great and magnetic speaker, develop a compelling message, and win an election.
Why develop the course? The political establishment has erected barriers to discourage good candidates from running, and competing in the marketplace of ideas. The course is designed to make politics easier to understand, make it easier for people to run, and to break down those barriers so that your voice and your ideas can be heard.
If you’d like a copy of the comprehensive syllabus for this course, Write ‘Road Map Course’ in the subject line, and send it to [email protected]
I’ll send it to you and answer any questions you may have.
For More Information on this Course visit: http://knowledgelinktv.com/jaytownsend/
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Political consultant Jay Townsend works with smart, passionate candidates who want to run for office, win elections and make a difference. He has successfully helped candidates learn how to run for the U.S. Senate, how to run for Congress, how to run for Mayor and develop a winning campaign marketing strategy.
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Running for office and knowing how to win an election is a challenge, especially for first time political candidates just learning how to run for office. Discerning the fine points of how to campaign, raise political contributions, and execute a political campaign strategy often requires the help of someone who has served as a political strategist or who has experience as a political consultant.