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Stop the Presses!

This is not a test!  This is a real Art of Eloquence emergency!  Well, not really, but I got your attention, didn't I? LOL I actually do have a very good reason for alarming you with this blog post.  We are suspending our regularly scheduled blog posts this month to bring you some exciting and important Art of Eloquence news! When the Art of Eloquence emergency is over, we will resume our regularly scheduled blog posts of articles, FUNdamentals, reviews and Ask JoJo posts. Here now is the first of four important Art of Eloquence announcements: We've had our Fire Sale going for four months now and, while many of you have taken advantage of our $150 dollar package for...

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Brand NEW Sample Lessons Avaliable!

On Monday, I shared all our updated sample lessons/excerpts.  Today I'd like to unveil our brand NEW samples.  These are samples that we've never had before. I hope you enjoy a peek into the world of Art of Eloquence communication studies.  Please pass this link along to those who may be struggling with one of these issues or would like to enhance their lives by learning to master them. NOTE: Each link here takes you to the product page where you'll find the sample or excerpt link toward the bottom of that page. Say What You Mean Every Day The Play Book   Say What You Mean: The Language of Leadership 21 Days to More Godly Communication Say What You...

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Art of Eloquence Year in Review

2010 has been an incredibly busy year, mostly due to our rigid writing schedule. I think, at last count, I wrote over 50 articles, 13 eBooks and did about 10 seminars.  Here's what else God has allowed us to accomplish this year: We completely revamped our website to make it more user-friendly and packed it with a TON more information!  We also redesigned the blog to better match the look of our website. This year saw the very last Say What You Mean Convention.  The website will remain up only for another few months, but after five years of hosting it, we will not be able to continue in the coming years.  It took a full year, each year, to...

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