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  1. Absolutely love it!! A good speaker commonly does this by starting a sentence and letting the crowd finish it. And comedians do it all the time. That’s what makes a Joke funny, what it implies.

    Very cool stuff Rishi, thank you for sharing this!!

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      Glad you liked it. This post might be one of the best insights I’ve had all year. Will be exploring this theme further because there is more marketing gold here. Expect to see more posts about implied versus stated. Glad you immediately saw the potential. We think alike. –Rishi

  2. There are over 122 Marketing blogs on the internet, and I’ve tried them all. 😉 Nothing compares to the cool, chrisp taste of Rishi’s wisdom!

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  3. Oh my goodness I absolutely love this!!!! I am totally going to use this, I need to rewrite the homepage of my website anyways, so I’m going to give this a shot!!

    Thank you Rishi!!

    P.S. thanks for putting the takeaway into a yellow box in the middle of the pitch it made it even easier for me to grasp!

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      Tommy: P.S. thanks for putting the takeaway into a yellow box in the middle of the pitch it made it even easier for me to grasp!
      Rishi: I’m so glad. That yellow box was a last-minute addition so I’m glad I did it!

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