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You Are the Message

Signals about what kind of person you are¬óby your eyes your facial expression your body movement your vocal pitch tone volume and intensity your commitment to your message your sense of humor and many ot. People who are the best communicators communicate with their whole being They re animated expressive interesting to watch just as they should be on televisionnone of these things will work for you unless they re organic meaning that they come from within Employing communications techniues in a mechanical fashion only makes you seem wooden and you ll be seen as insincereWhen a photographer says Smile people often produce forced grins If you just concentrate on someone you like who makes you happy your face will automatically smile And it will be real Remember Smiling is first in the brain then on the face Roger Ailes You are the Message Getting what you want by being who you are Roger Ailes wrote You are the Message Getting what you want by being who you are in 1988 before the Internet before Social Media and before Fox Fox News which he created and the iPodization of America changed everything about mass communications And yet most of Ailes advice is just as relevant today classic and timeless today as it was in 1988 the strategies are very similar while the platforms and tools have exploded and multipliedInstead of preparing for a TV interview people can use the same lessons to prepare for being part of a YouTube video blog or a host of other mediums few even dreamed of in 1988 Meanwhile the number of people who can participate in these mediums has multiplied as well Are you ready for your moment in the spotlight Ailes book offers some solid pointers on preparing for sharing your stories and messages with the world

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Her factorsThe receiving person is bombarded with symbols and signals from you Everything you do in relation to other people causes them to make judgments about what you stand for and what your message is. Although the title is the most memorable thing in the book there are many positive suggestions particularly about communication The fundamental premise that a leader should get what heshe wants is inconsistent with a modern view of servant leadership

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You are the message What does that mean exactly It means that when you communicate with someone it's not just the words you choose to send to the other person that make up the message You're also sending. Honestly not as good as I was expecting Perhaps because it s almost thirty years old but full of what I d consider common knowledge on proper ways to communicate He makes some good observations on the power and effect of television over the modern era and also has some good exercises and tips on how to carry yourself but otherwise a fairly random scattered collection of bland stories and obvious tips Seems rather haphazardly thrown together as he often contradicts himself even on the same page Full of several cringe inducing thoughts on the role of women in the workplace Not a single mention of race except for a creepy tangent on how controversial MLK Jr s birthday is and how people can t comfortably discuss their true feelings about it in public Eerily forebodes his use of racial tropes and fears to power Fox News popularity While the book s suggestion to embrace yourself uirks and all seems uplifting and helpful the ultimate message of style and flash over substance is creepy and scary Reagan is perfect communicator for Ailes which tells you all you need to know


About the Author: Roger Ailes

Roger Ailes was the founder and former Chairman and CEO of Fox News and the Fox Television Stations Group



10 thoughts on “You Are the Message

  1. says:

    Honestly not as good as I was expecting Perhaps because it's almost thirty years old but full of what I'd consider common knowledge on proper ways to communicate He makes some good observations on the power and effect of television over the modern era and also has some good exercises and tips on how to carry yourself but otherwise a fairly random scattered collection of bland stories and obvious tips Seems rather haphazardly thrown together

  2. says:

    Excellent book Can't believe I hadn't heard of it before Very good advice about how to best communicate

  3. says:

    I've had Roger Ailes book on communication on my to read list for decades I recall putting it on the list because I wanted to understand how Ailes worked so successfully with Ronald Reagan during his campaigns and presidency In the abridged aud

  4. says:

    People who are the best communicators communicate with their whole being They're animated expressive interesting to watch just as they should be on televisionnone of these things will work for you unless they're organic meaning that they come from within Employing communications techniues in a mechanical fashion only makes you seem wooden and you'll be seen as insincereWhen a photographer says 'Smile' people

  5. says:

    Some good bits I just happened to start reading it a week before Carlson's lawsuit broke So as I read my opinion of Ailes went from 'odd but clever guy who knows his stuff' to 'little hack who deserves to die in a deep pit sad and alone'

  6. says:

    This is a dated book now The most current form of media in this version is television and social media has completely changed most imp

  7. says:

    It's been a while since I read it but I remember loving it It's not about how to be your best all the time but about being able to uickly become your best when the situation calls for it for when you really need to be your best

  8. says:

    Although the title is the most memorable thing in the book there are many positive suggestions particularly about communication The fundamental premise that a leader should get what heshe wants is inconsistent with a modern view of servant leadership

  9. says:

    Roger Ailes is no doubt a great teacher and mentor

  10. says:

    TimelessGood read with solid actionable advice I recommend reading the book backwards for uick gouge on how to handle the media and preparing for your next speaking gig

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