I have an Idea!
What Do I Do Next?
Points on Paper Canvas
If you cannot clearly and concisely express or explain your idea, then it does not exist.
Here’s a simple way to get your idea on paper, whether you’re writing a short email—-or say—-you need to make a quick point that contradicts the opinion of your boss. If you know the rhythm and dance to delivering a message, you might even win. But then again… bosses can be stubborn.
To help you, we give you our Points on Paper Canvas. Download it. Print it and answer the questions. Before you know it, you’ll be influencing everyone… even your boss.
To learn how to make Key Messages, here are seven steps you can take now to express your idea clearly.
Get the Guided Brainstorm Sheet today.
We will send you the Points on Paper worksheet and directions on applying the fundamentals of communication to your messages.
Use with our Brainstorm Tool, and transform jumbled thoughts into concise Points on Paper.
The Points on Paper Canvas is part of our full training program and digital tools to help you become a better communicator.
Structure and Discipline
Our process gives you a structured way to think and brainstorm about messages for your audience.
Our brainstorms and techniques pull out what is most unique to your customers or audience.
The Value to Your Customers
Better clarify the value you promise to customers.
Talk to a prospect or colleague about your idea with confidence. Know how to say it clearly, instead of trying to figure out what to say.
Get More Attention
When you use clear messages, more people will be interested in what you have to say.
Know What You Do
Say what you do and how it helps your customer with the most basic elements of language, so everyone can understand.
Points on Paper’s process and its Brainstorming Tool are powerful — but they’re even better together.
Focus on communicating with the right people, instead of focusing on what you need to say.
Instead of aimlessly writing on a clean whiteboard or a blank word processor, Points on Paper gives you a structured and disciplined way to reach clarity of an idea. You’re forced to focus on fundamental communication questions often overlooked. When finished, your thoughts will be organized and clear.