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Are you facing one of these problems regarding your speaking?

  1. You want to be doing more of it, but you don’t know where or how to proceed
  2. You want to leverage the speaking you’re already doing into further business and stronger connections, but you don’t know what that looks like
  3. You have speaking engagements on your calendar but you’re not sure whether your content or delivery are “ready for prime time”

If this sounds like you, then check out my Strategic Speaking Visioning Retreat on November 4, 2016. Set your 2017 goals for your speaking: Where you’ll speak, how often you’ll speak, and how you’ll make it happen! Without a vision, it’s pretty hard to set goals. Let’s brainstorm this together! You’ll walk away with a vision and a plan for the next 6-12 months. Check it out here!

Strategic Speaking Visioning Retreat

Hi, I’m Lisa Braithwaite! I’m a public speaking coach and trainer, mentoring entrepreneurs and professionals to deliver engaging and memorable presentations in order to build their businesses
through speaking.

Many of my clients come to me with doubts about their speaking abilitiesLisa Braithwaite and lack of confidence in their possibilities for improvement. They see themselves where they are, with little experience and little practice, and can’t imagine their future selves, standing on stage in front of 50, 100, or 500 people, having the time of their life, connecting and engaging with their audience.

They’re envisioning this long, painful journey from point A to point Z, and all the hard work and anxiety in between. And yes, becoming an established speaker with a reputation for excellence does take time and work, I’m not going to lie.

However, you only have to have one successful presentation to put you on the path to greatness. What do I mean by “successful?” I mean this: After your presentation, you find yourself having these three revelations:

  1. “I did it.”
  2. “I enjoyed doing it.”
  3. “I want to do it again.”

This is success! And this is a huge turning point for my clients. You don’t have to have 100% perfect presentations, you don’t have to have standing ovations (believe me, it’s not that common among us regular folks), but if you can accomplish these three things, you are going somewhere. You are now at point B, and that’s the best place to be if you want to grow as a speaker.

What’s point Z, anyway? There’s no such thing. No speaker ever reaches perfection, nor does she want to. But each step along the way, we learn, we grow, we improve. Then we learn more and grow more and improve more.

Start with getting from point A to point B. Start with finding your own enjoyment of reaching out and connecting to your audience. And you’ll be on your way!