The Salazar Method is a path of self-awareness that walks you through a deep but targeted review of your Biology, Beliefs, Convictions, Identity, Vision, Purpose, Passion, and Personal Pitch. This order ensures that there is an organic connection and symmetry between who you are and what you want most in life. This process will also teach you to identify your greatest value and confidently provide it, in return for the opportunity of fulfillment and success. The Salazar Method is practical, replicable, and necessary, and it will teach you to bridge the gap between motivation and execution.
By viewing your abilities outside the perspective of strengths and weaknesses, you will realize that, unlike success, satisfaction and fulfillment can only achieved by regularly engaging your natural talents. Built on this truth, we will identify the convictions that drive you and ensure symmetry within your collection of firm beliefs. Know that when you act in line with your convictions, your identity becomes stable, and you will find that vision is your reward. We will then break through to purpose and dispel the great lie of passion. Finally, we will create a message to communicate your greatest value.
We all care about personal topics, because they directly relate to or quality of life. Yet your message must improve the human experience, if you are to make an impact. Miss this point, and your words will likely fail to add any real value. As a speaker, you must keep this truth in mind, so that your purpose for speaking is relevant and grounded in reality. The Salazar Method will teach you to share your message so that you are always adding value, not just sharing information. Most importantly, you will learn how to bridge the gap between the ideas you believe in and your audience's own needs and desires.
Additionally, The Salazar Method does not rely on memorized speeches or confidence building techniques. It stands on the foundation that public speaking is simply "having a private conversation out loud," and the communication principles at play when speaking one-on-one, also apply when addressing a crowd: be vulnerable, purposeful, and brave. Despite this truth, the fear of public speaking is usually magnified by number of people watching, but by learning to speak from your own set of convictions, you'll find that your message becomes resilient to criticism and your delivery much more intimate.
Many times, business leaders and entrepreneurs are so focused on keeping their company alive that other key roles are overlooked. They must often be reminded to be just as inspirational as they are functional; and because the vision that drives a company is usually a personal one, there is no one better to share it than those who pushed to make it a reality. The same is true with corporate culture: While most successful companies are known for their innovation and marketshare, others' push for evolved thinking on employee relations shifted paradigms and established their brand.
This leads to a core distinction that you must not forget: your motives will never be the same as those who work for you; but if you make your vision clear enough, you can attract those who want similar things for the world. These recruits will not just see themselves as employees, but as individuals working with you to collectively accomplish a meaningful goal. Through The Salazar Method, we will focus on your role as the leader of your company or project, and you will learn to leverage the strength of your vision to attract the right team members, create a thriving culture, and inspire clients to action.