Knowledge without the ability to express it cannot influence and impress others. It also shows how readers can be well by adhering to a few simple habits.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Communications expert and author, Pete Geissler, recently released his newest book, “The Power of Being Articulate: Your Words Can Make You Wealthy and Happy.” It proves with statistical, empirical and anecdotal evidence that articulate people are wealthier and happier.
According to Geissler, many people who are knowledgeable in their fields are mired in unsatisfying jobs and passed over for promotions. He hopes readers searching for a competitive advantage will use his words to better their lives and the lives of the people around them. “The pivotal reason: knowledge without the ability to express it cannot influence and impress others,” says Geissler. “It also shows how readers can be well by adhering to a few simple habits.”
Geissler calls the people who communicate well “The Articulates,” astute business persons of every stripe, persuasion, and level—people in any walk of life, actually—know that being understood is a fundamental necessity for the sustainability of their careers, firms, and happiness. Geissler states, "Successful 'articulates' are all around us, from President Obama to the late Steve Jobs to the upwardly mobile techie. They rise to the top in part because they are more articulate than others in a world that demands clear and concise communications.”
The Power of Being Articulate is available in bookstores both online and off as well as at the author’s website http://www.thepowerofbeingarticulate.com. For more: Mark Kohut, 646-519-1956, markkohut(at)gmail(dot)com.
About Pete Geissler:
Pete Geissler is a writer and teacher who has published five non-fiction books, one a publisher’s best seller and another a finalist in Best Books 2004. He lectures at various professional societies and firms on the importance of better communications and the techniques of good writing. For more information about Pete visit http://www.peteswords.com.