Like it or not we are judged by others


by Joy Loverde

“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.”

billmoller-winter2012-alt2Oh how I love this quotation! No one really knows exactly who said it. Abraham Lincoln? Mark Twain? Biblical Proverb? Maurice Switzer? Arthur Burns? John Maynard Keynes? Confucius? Anonymous?

Who cares who said it? I love that I learned about it and use these words of wisdom often in my day-to-day communications.

Like it or not, we compete every day based on the strength of our communication skills. With first impressions so critical in selling ourselves, our business, and our ideas, when we can’t close the deal, land the job, or motivate the team we lose bigtime.

Same holds true in our personal lives. How many times have I said throughout the years that the success of family caregiving is based on our ability to communicate with others? Bottom line, communication is all there is. The ability to relate to others is what makes the world go round.

So now what?

I’d like to introduce you to Bill Moller. A great guy, and someone who can help anyone get rid of a lifetime of bad communication habits. Through training, role-playing, and practice he helps you adopt the attitudes and techniques that win respect and earn trust.

So what’s the end result of working with Bill? Interpersonal communication skills that convey confidence, authority, integrity, empathy and above all, enthusiasm for what you do.

His track record is impeccable. He recently helped financial service professionals add to their client base and increase client retention. Another client won a large contract with a major metropolitan transit authority.  In another situation an international consultancy won more than a billion dollars in business over the past two years.

Here’s how to reach Bill Moller:



You won’t be sorry. Give Bill a call today.


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