NSDJ-50 CODE BLUE or CODE RED in the White House: Chapter 8

CODE BLUE CODE RED in the White House?  – Code Blue in the White House Chapter 8

CODE BLUE CODE RED in the White House? Which will it turn out to be in 2016?  And why is the title “CODE BLUE” and not “CODE RED” in the White House?  Explore the reasons why Dr. Jay titled this book and how that relates to American Political parties and their candidates.  This is the focus as Dr. Jay Sordean narrates Chapter 8 of his latest bestselling book, CODE BLUE in the WHITE HOUSE: What Successful Presidents Sell Voters to Win Elections.  This chapter explains the various meanings of the terms “CODE BLUE” and “CODE RED” and how they apply to more than just hospital terms. Colors are also used for the Republican, Democratic, and Green parties.  Overall, in this book, Dr. Jay discusses the various methods that Presidents and presidential candidates use to sell themselves to the public and their colleagues.  Other politicians use these methods as well.  Actually, everyone, professional or lay-person, may use these methods at one time or another in their own lives, as selling is an intrinarchetypes behavior selling techniquessic part of being a human being.  

Dr. Jay has years of experience interacting and communicating with patients, staff, friends, family members, other businesses, and even strangers.  His experience has led him to become a Certified Trainer with BANKCODE to teach live classes on B.A.N.K. Code. Contact him for more information on this at http://www.Four-Cards.com.

Archetypes of Human Behavior

This book, CODE BLUE in the WHITE HOUSE: What Successful Presidents Sell Voters to Win Elections, can be purchased through links on http://www.CodeBlueInTheWhiteHouse.com There is also a companion CODE BLUE CHECKLIST you can use to analyze the sales techniques candidates are using in their speeches to you when they are trying to convince you to support them, give them money, or vote for them.  Also found at the same website.

Use this checklist for the presidential debates to focus on which techniques the candidates are using. Repetition, “No”, and B.A.N.K. codes are particularly revealing.

Dr. Jay is available to you company to consult and train in B.A.N.K. Code for improved sales and communication with customers and staff. Call him at 510-849-1176 for availability.

TAGS: Archetypes Behavior, Selling Techniques, Code Blue in the White House, Dr. Jay Sordean, BANK Code, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein, Republicans, Democrats, presidential debates


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