Monthly Archives: January 2011

Your Presentation Is Your Product – Is It Truly Good Enough?

Being a motivational speaker, comedian, and speaking coach, I see presenters making the identical mistake repeatedly. They concentrate so much on marketing the product that they neglect the product. Being a public speaker your presentation is your product or service. The encounter is what you are offering – not the content. Assuming they simply wanted the material they’d purchase… Continue reading - Your Presentation Is Your Product - Is It Truly Good Enough? >>

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Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat – Part 2

This is the Part 2 of a two part series on factors outside your stage performance that can affect the impact that you have on your audience. If you would like to catch up Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat – Part 1

Breezing In Causes You To Appear To Be A… Continue reading - Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat - Part 2 >>

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Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat – Part 1

How Issues Beyond Your Dialog Impact Your Attendees

Regardless if you are a funny motivational speaker just like me, interviewing for a job, a spanking new Ceo addressing your firm, or a sales person delivering a heavy material-dense sales demonstration – you’ve got an audience. Your opportunity to relate with your listeners is seriously influenced by upon your expertise to produce a positive… Continue reading - Turn Off Your Listeners In 30 Seconds Flat - Part 1 >>

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You Don’t Retain Employees; They Retain YOU!

The Art of Motivating The People Who Work For You

As a motivational speaker and comedian, my job is to show people they are appreciated, keep them engaged, motivate them to take action, encourage them to see obstacles as opportunities, give them a second wind and a renewed passion and pride in what they do. And if you are a manager or a boss, that’s… Continue reading - You Don’t Retain Employees; They Retain YOU! >>

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