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R.J. Jackson

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Member since: Jun 15, 2012

I grew up painfully shy. In high school, the girl I liked invited me to prom because I was to ask her out.

Now I'm an on-air correspondent.

It took years of putting myself through horrifying and embarrassing situations before I learned the presentation skills that got me a job speaking to millions of people across the country on a nationally syndicated television program. I even forced myself to lay down in the middle of a crowded mall for 15 minutes, leading me to be escorted out by police, just so I could get over the fear of disrupting the status-quo.

Fortunately, you won't have to do anything as ridiculous as that. I will show these powerful techniques of communication and connection in small, easy steps. Lessons that took me years to learn will take you minutes. With these tools, you can connect with anybody.

I have over 10 years of professional experience in the communications field that I gained while working at The Walt Disney Company. I also work as on-air correspondent for KABC-TV's "On The Red Carpet," an entertainment program seen in 16 markets across the country. In addition, I've acted in television, films and commercials in the United States and Japan.

I'm a proud alum of the University of Southern California, where I graduated with a B.A. in Communications and a Business Administration minor.

I would like to connect with you.

-Ryan Jackson

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