The January 2020 issue of Psephology Today is hitting mailboxes this week. And if you ever have to speak in front of a group of people – potential donors, voters or customers – you’re gonna want to read every word.
The reason most political speeches and donor pitches are so dull, boring, flat and immemorable is they’re missing one KEY ingredient.
And where do you find this one key ingredient?
Well, I give you over 87 “writing prompts” GUARANTEED to fill your stump speech shopping basket with this key ingredient.
I mentioned this back in August at the campaign training seminar I did in Carson City and people were begging me to share the details. Well, I finally got around to writing it up over the holidays.
You’ll learn what Joe Namath and the 1969 “Amazing Mets” have to do with my involvement in politics, as well as the story about how our family ping-pong table blew off Santa’s sled one year back in the 1960’s and what this has to do with public speaking.
(Hint: beer was involved!)
And not only do I give you the missing ingredient for great speeches, you’ll also get the “7 keys to writing a good bio that people will actually read AND remember.”
Sadly, I’ve seen enough lifeless “About Joe Candidate” pages (usually written by clueless campaign consultants) to know this is a MAJOR problem for most campaigns. Why? Because, as usual, almost everyone does what everyone else is doing – and it’s bad.
Lastly, there’s a detailed explanation on how anyone, even you, can get more media attention. GOOD media attention.
If you’re not yet a subscriber and want to get this monster issue of Psephology Today, keep reading…
Welcome to the War Room!
Sometime later this month I’m going to launch a new “War Room” membership program.
The War Room will include your subscription to the monthly Psephology Today newsletter – along with the Campaign Hot Tips e-newsletter, a special membership site where you’ll be able to access all back issues of Psephology Today, member-only Special Reports, plus a bunch of other “goodies” yet to be finalized.
Those of you who are not members of the War Room will still receive a new, FREE once-a-week “Fundraising Hot Tips” e-newsletter (probably on Wednesdays or Saturdays) focused entirely on raising money.
That way EVERYONE will be able to afford joining the War Room.
Now, for those of you who are already paid subscribers of Psephology Today, don’t worry. You’ll be “grand-fathered” into the new War Room membership program at the current investment of $10/month or $99/year. Nothing will change for you.
You see, it pays to take action early and take advantage of opportunities when they present themselves!
New members, however, once the War Room is officially launched later this month, will pay the new membership fee of (to start) $20/month or $199/year.
So if you want to gain access to the War Room at the CURRENT low, low membership fee (AND get this month’s issue of Psephology Today), sign up NOW while you still can…or hold off and pay more later.
I’ll be HAPPY to take the extra dough!
Click here for additional details and to sign up.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
THE CAMPAIGN DOCTOR
Professor of Psephology*
P.S. Over the past eight or nine years, I’ve travelled down to Los Angeles to attend James Malinchak’s annual “Big Money Speaker Boot Camp.”
It is, without doubt, the BEST marketing and speaking training conference you can possibly attend for anyone interested in making more sales or raising more money – or getting more votes!
Well, after a two-year hiatus the three-day Big Money Speaker Boot Camp is back. But this time it’s being held in Las Vegas, not Los Angeles. January 17-19th.
Oh, and one of the Guest Speakers will be Kevin Harrington of “Shark Tank” fame. I’ve heard him before…and he’s awesome.
If you have ANY interest whatsoever in becoming a better, more persuasive speaker you’d be crazy not to join me at the Big Money Speaker Boot Camp in 10 days.
But register fast. There are only 120 seats, and I understand 98 of them are already gone.
Click here for more information.
* Psephology (see-follow-gee): The study of campaigns and elections