What does the 3-1-3® do?
It clarifies your core messaging
The 3-1-3 is a brain-dead, simple, but crazy-powerful formula that helps you discover and define your core message.
It helps you say more by saying less
The 3-1-3 Method allows you to go out and explain who you are in three sentences, down to one sentence, then onto three words. Whether you're talking to someone in person, online, or over the phone, this process will help you pique the interest of the people you’re speaking with so they are more interested in learning more about you and what you do. This is much better than the alternative: selling them on exactly what it is you do and giving them too much information up front.
A Tuning Fork for your Personal Brand
- Find more focus
- Be found more often
- Sharpen your core messaging
- Drive new clients to your business
- Discover how to explain who you are
How will the 3-1-3 help me?
Explain what you do in 3 sentences.
When you talk to people about what you do, you are likely overwhelming your audience with unnecessary information.
Explain what you do in 1 sentence.
Craft and share the essence of what you are trying to say in a way that makes people curious, wanting more.
Explain what you do in 3 words.
If you can only explain what you do in a lengthy and unorganized way, it will be confusing to connect with the idea.
See what others are saying about the 3-1-3
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“Outgoing and charismatic, Ryan understands communication in a unique way.”
“No matter the size of his audience, Ryan commands the stage with an energy that is contagious.”
“I respect and admire Ryan’s ability to relate to an audience and move a crowd.”
“If you want to learn how to keep things simple, Ryan’s 3-1-3 Method is the solution to your problem.”
“The crowd loved Ryan’s energy and were super engaged.”
“Ryan delivers infectiously energetic and value packed keynotes.”
“Ryan is great! He is quick witted, puts everyone at ease, and provides practical information for his audience.”
“Ryan has a powerful message and an electric stage presence.”
See the 3-1-3 in action on my 3-1-3 Challenge Podcast
It's easy to work with me on your 3-1-3:
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The 3-1-3 Method is a proven way to help employees at all levels better understand how to communicate their role in the company in a compelling way.
The ability and comfort in being able to clearly explain what you do, what the company does, and why it matters, is crucial to company growth. The more confident executives, managers, and employees are in explaining not only what they do, but how it relates to the corporate brand, will help to attract more talent, drive sales, and will lead to more brand recognition.
Work through the 3-1-3 process with me one-on-one.
My 3-1-3® Method is not only a proven way to communicate your idea quickly, it's a great way to tease out and solitify your core messaging. For special pandemic pricing of only $313, I will personally work you through the powerful 3-1-3 formula.
Afterward our powerful and inspiring session, you will have new ways and words to convey your big idea quickly. You can then use your 3-1-3 to sharpened messaging to drum up business with new clients, attract business partners and even recruit your future employees, or help you land that job you are after.
Me + You + 3-1-3 = 🏆
1. Take advantage of my special pandemic pricing of $313
2. A change to work with me one-on-one to figure out your 3-1-3
3. 100% money back guarentee that you are happy with the results
If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you need the 3-1-3.
1. Are you unsure what to say when someone asks you what you do?
2. Do you have a business idea, but are not sure of the best way to pitch your idea?
3. Do you talk too much when explaining information about your company, product, or service?
4. Do you need to give a formal pitch or presentation to investors?
5. Do you have a hard time defining your personal brand?