To be able to speak with such a manner that people stand when you finish…is “nirvana.” It is the ideal model that most people would have their draw drop open, if that were to happen. Well it has happened. When professional speaker Randy Gage speaks….audiences leap to their feet at the conclusion. He has mesmerized them and has had them take a “call to action” as a result of his content rich information. In fact his video’s usually open with footage of audience, after audience, after audience, literally giving him a standing ovation. Now that is compelling! Yesterday I had the incredible pleasure of meeting and working with Business professional Vicki Sullivan. She has booked speakers, worked with them and now shares her wisdom with multitudes of professionals who are eager to “sit at her feet”…and simply learn. And I intend to do so also. I have taken pride in the fact that speaking is a learned profession that has to be frequently tested, so that your learning curve continues to spiral up. At the National Speakers Association of New Jersey she did a workshop and a presentation on the technique of mastering a focal point. A marketable topic that is enticing enough for people to call or send an email. Her skills are so powerful, that even the veteran speakers felt energized! Well that is what my company Strong Incentives does. I work with people directly to minimize their fears and accelerate their learning curve so that presentations become effortless. It is possible. You may not think so…but it is. If “confidence” is the missing piece to your presentation….call…do it now. No more excuses….take control, take action and take a presence on the stage that is worthy of your knowledge!
- The Only Thing You Have To Fear Is Fear Itself!September 5, 2014 - 12:52 pm
Yes that sentence was said by the late, great Franklin D. Roosevelt at his 1st Inaugural speech. And we WERE a country was living in fear. We had high unemployment, we had social and government and international problems that SCARED most of us. Sounds familiar to what is going on today! The play on words […]
- Eileen Strong