"Communicating to Win: In Life, Love, and Business" empowers people at their core so they can effectively communicate in all aspects of their lives from a place of ultimate confidence to bring about the success they desire in themselves and others. Unfortunately, many are not communicating well or even at all often retreating due to fear. Fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of embarrassment, and fear of confrontation. We let those fears immobilize us denying the possibility of a better life, career, and relationships! However, there is a solution. There is a way to take control of these fears, and it starts with learning how to effectively communicate what you want first and foremost with yourself. Whether you're communicating with your wife, your children, your business partner, your in-laws, or your neighbors...on a daily basis, we all have to communicate. Communicating to Win covers all areas of our lives: socioeconomic, religious, political, business, and personal to empower you! The decision is yours to make, and while we cannot control much of the outside world, we can control ourselves. What and how we think. What we say and how we say it. And this is the heart and soul of Communicating to Win!
Bob Paff is a highly sought after communications expert, business leader and seasoned media professional. Bob's message of inspiration, motivation and empowerment has reached a diverse list of prominent institutions such as Johns Hopkins University Hospital, PNC Bank and the Boy Scouts of America to recently sharing the stage with New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Dr. Ben Carson as the Master of Ceremonies and local face of the Small Business Survival Summit. In addition Bob has been featured across many media outlets as well as having his own "Competitive Edge" segment on Fox TV, his "Communicating To Win" CBS Radio show and appearances on ABC 2's "Good Morning Maryland" and MPT's "Your Money & Business and the "Steve Harvey Show." However, Bob's passion for life, work and helping others succeed began long ago outside of the spotlight as a young boy setting up bowling pins in the basement of a Church bowling alley for three dollars a night. For as the son of a factory worker and a legal secretary, Baltimore native Bob Paff's inner strength has always been humbly rooted early on in the simple but powerful words of Abraham Lincoln who said "Whatever you are, be a good one" that has since been Bob's guiding force and life philosophy. Bob's natural and genuine ability to motivate, empower and inspire others comes from his thirty plus years of earned life experiences as an entrepreneur, a business owner, a caring father of six and as a Board member of many philanthropic and charitable organizations.