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The Bullseye! method is taught to all incoming professors at the largest college district in the US.
Dave Halls methodology is the best way for companies and individuals to increase their success 200%. His approach is scientific, down to earth and creates real results. Start using his communication strategies today!
A brilliant five step process to build an effective message for any type of communication medium. It teaches anyone how to develop the right message for the right audience.
Bullseye! takes the mystery out of what makes good communication and reveals what you can do to become a great communicator.
Dave Halls is a communication expert who helps entrepreneurs, corporate professionals and small to medium business owners to become great communicators across all media. He does this through a mix of classroom based training, online training courses and one-to-one coaching based his university validated Bullseye methodology.
His best selling book Bullseye! - Getting the RIGHT message to the RIGHT audience was awarded the best practices book awards for its positive influence in education, literature and significant studies that demonstrate higher learning as well as great entertainment. It is has also been used as the official communication text book for incoming professors at the largest college district in the US.
The Bullseye! communication methodology draws on his experience working with corporate professionals, entrepreneurs, small business owners and digital marketers to improve their communication success over the last 20 years.
Dr. Joe Vitale, best-selling author of numerous books and star of the blockbuster movie "The Secret", wrote the foreword to the book. Many industry leaders have also endorsed the book such as Tom Beal, Rene Kamstra, John Chow, Matt Lloyd and Shaqir Hussyin - just to name a few.
Dave is also an accomplished jazz pianist who has recorded on many CDs including his own "Burning Time" and "Walking Home".