When it comes to keynote and executive storytelling
there's a ton of pressure to cut through the noise
and deliver a talk worth remembering.
Thanks to mobility watching a riveting talk or media interview is easy—
But here's the rub—
having on demand access the best of the best storytellers
raises audience expectations about what a talk should be.
They're no longer satisfied with jargon riddled facts.
Now they're interested in you.
They wonder as you present,
do I trust you?
One way to do build trust, is to share well told stories that reveal
honesty, sincerity, transparency and clarity.
This is how your audience begins to believe in you.
They're longing for a connection, but they're jaded and rightfully so.
They're tired of false promises and mind-numbing presentations.
But the question is,
are you willing to do the work?
As Mark Twain once said,
"It usually takes three weeks to write a good impromptu speech."
On the winding road to crafting a compelling story,
there are no shortcuts.
So I ask you this—
have your presenting abilities kept pace with expectations?
Are your talks abundant with imagery,
imagination, humor, humility, vision and a laser sharp point of view?
I'm Here to Help!
A speech well crafted and told is an amazing (and often overlooked) opportunity
to create an intimate dialog with the audience (whether it's with one person or 10,000).
However, when you're too close to your subject it can be difficult to
identify the most important points to deliver a crisp, compelling and concise message.
As my husband once astutely noted as I suffered through a speech in isolation,
"You can't be both the player and the coach."
As your coach I'll guide you (from the page to the stage)
with the help of my 3 Step Proven Process:
- Identify and Craft Your Personal Message and Story
- Create Slides with Powerful Images that Reinforce Your Message
- Own the Stage with Confidence
If you're a keynote speaker, expert or executive interested in
taking your talks or media interviews to the next level,
Reach out today—I'm here to help!