Practically Perfect Perceptions and Mary Poppins Messaging is the assisting blog that goes with the Wait What Really OK s8.E01.N124 episode of the brand messaging podcast.
Practically Perfect Perceptions?
It will most likely never be perfect when it comes to getting your intention to be understood by everyone in their perception of it, but when the time, the tone, the tactics and the temperature of your message takes into account a series of both professional and humble issues, it can be easier for others to understand.
By keeping your intended messaging personal, humble and professional when it comes to the perception elements, it will not make your message clear to everyone, but you will have a better chance to engage that many more with a greater understanding. All too often, many of us are focused on our intention but we miss the mark when it comes to the perception of that messaging.
It is not about creating a narrative that everyone will understand, because that is impossible. Still, to adjust a narrative to consider the comparative, competitive, compliant, connotation as well as the oversaturated, and over used words, we can dial in something that can reach more.
In reference to Mary Poppins, the 1964 movie, based on the children’s book series by P.L. Traver, the magical nanny “employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father.” – from THE IMDb Mary Poppins Page.
There are some amusing comparisons to her self confidence but also her humility in the quote about her being “practically perfect in every way.” Tying to messaging and the perception many look to have understood and resonating with our intention. The problem is that often the perception is far off from the intention.
For those that take a less than honorable and moral route, by attempting to shift there messaging narrative in the hopes of reaching everyone, they tend to kill it for everyone.
The main focus idea here is that it’s not about honing the perfect message to reach everyone, but more so an authentic, authoritative and humble message and content series aimed to consider that perception can often be missed by many. So, in turn, by creating messaging beyond intention while not looking for perfection in the perception.
Mary Poppins Messaging and Practically Perfect Perceptions is the topic and touch point for S8 E01 #124 of Wait What Really OK.
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