A Swami and a Salesman Walk into a Club…

So the buzz is pretty hot about our Cool Conscious Connections event. We have more than 100 amazing business owners from all walks of life already signed up to be there.  We’re going to have yogi’s and healers mixing with bankers and sales people…  designers mixing with engineers.  All in one fantastic and energized business learning party environment.

This is NOT your average seminar and networking event. Watch this video to find out why…

And due to a technical glitch with our web hosting provider we’ve extended the early bird price of $45 all the way through the day of the event.  But make sure to register in advance cause it’s $60 at the door.


Speaking To and For Success!

Imagine you are making a critical presentation; or imagine you are delivering a crucial sales pitch; or imagine you have a difficult message to communicate and/or imagine you have to impress with an irresistible Elevator speech – nervous?

Don’t be –

imagine having a professional public speaking and communication coach to guide you to speaking success, imagine having someone who has made more than 500 presentations on six continents, imagine someone who specializes in fast track training and impressive results and imagine someone who is a phone call away and can solve all of these problems?

If you are facing a public speaking, presentation, sales, team, customer, relationship or family communication challenge call Kevin at 1-518-932-7856.

Then you can imagine and then experience what speaking success will feel like.

Opportunities multiple as they are seized. Sun Tzu

Public Speaking: Move with Purpose!

Words represent your intellect. The sound, gesture and movement represent your feelings. Patricia Fripp

When you consider that the majority of communication is non-verbal, it is a wonder we expend so much energy and stress practicing to ensure our words are as perfect as possible. With 55% of the non-verbal message through body language, with more than 38% of the message as voice tone and quality, and with only 7% of the speech our carefully crafted words, it is no wonder public speaking is defined as Performance over Content.

In terms of body language and the harsh fact that most of the interpretation of the speaker is complete in the first 7 seconds, it is vital for the speaker to be perfectly comfortable. Standing still in the center of the stage is OK if you are a statue, but you are not.

You are an energetic individual, whose adrenaline is running at fully speed, whose nervous system is on overdrive, who has enough latent energy right now to power New York City, and you are supposed to look calm, even serene as you face your audience for the first time.

Be comfortable, be relaxed, be in control, but please move! Your movement should not be frenetic or fast or erratic, but calm, measured, smooth and purposeful. If you don’t move the audience does not have to pay attention, they can just listen to your voice. But as your presentation is primarily communicated by body language, tone and performance you need to be somewhat unpredictable, and to make sure the audience needs to be somewhat insecure and you can depend upon their rapt attention.

Movement generates what is called ‘Creative Tension’ in the audience. When you move they have to watch you or they will lose track of what is happening. If you want to really get their focused attention move into the audience as you speak. Move in between the tables, move to the back of the room, move between rows of seats, and move back to the stage.

Movement with confidence and authority, with poise and with purpose, and with gestures and appropriate pauses for effect and emphasis will put you in absolute control of the audience, the room and the presentation.

Movement also reduces your tension, it lowers your adrenaline, it keeps you on your toes, and it builds a more effective connection with every audience member.

A magician makes the visible invisible. A mime makes the invisible visible. Marcel Marceau

Speak for Success: Solve the Public Speaking Puzzle!

Creating a successful business, building and sustaining relationships, being an effective parent and partner, and almost every aspect of our lives depends upon sound communication skills.

The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand-up to speak in public. George Jessel

Naturally this does not just mean speaking, but active listening, unless we are determined to specialize in monologs! Even though a speech seems a one-way communication, good speakers maintain a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual connection with an audience, and adjust their content and delivery as they sense the audience mood, change or restlessness.

Whether you are a business leader or entrepreneur, a sales person or a team player, a public speaker or a presenter, a parent and/or partner, great communication is the foundation of every successful relationship.

If you are scheduled to make a speech, if you have an important sales pitch, if you would like to delivery an irresistible Elevator Speech, or you would like to make effective public speaking one of your strengths, call Kevin at Life Work Coaching – 1-518-932-7856 for a free consultation.

The Power of an Irresistible Offer in Public Speaking

Temptation is an irresistible force at work on a movable body. Henry Louis Mencken

Many describe Public Speaking as potentially the most fearful experience they can imagine. No matter how often they are reassured – it is difficult to believe these fears can be almost entirely eliminated by a series of simple preparatory steps.

For example, one of the most important decisions, even before defining a speech or a presentation, is to determine the Irresistible Offer – which is the core of your presentation or speech.

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Does God Know Where to Send YOUR Money?

For years in my business I struggled. I was the hardest working broke person I knew. It seemed that no matter how consistent my efforts were, they yielded very little ROI in the tangible means I need to thrive. I couldn’t figure it out to save my life until one day someone pointed out to me that I was too scattered in my message and offerings for God to know where to send the big money.

That landed! Big time!

I am such a creative person with so many interests that for years in my business I was making these deadly mistakes that kept me from getting true financial traction in my business…

• Trying to speak to too many people at once
• Being focused on serving everyone instead of someone
• Not being specific enough in my marketing messages
• Working on too many projects at once

From the outside, it looked like I was up to amazing things. And I was, but financially I was on a roller coaster without the thrills and it was causing me to question everything about myself.

Sound familiar?

The day I realized that I was watering down my business success with my wide casting net, I committed to getting focused. I committed to getting crystal clear on who I serve. I made a promise to myself that I would stick to doing ONE thing at a time.

And it worked!

Clients started to come, my bank account started to grow and I began to feel like my purpose had finally begun to unfold. Simply put, I was back in flow and life was feeling GOOD!

So I ask you…
– Are you crystal clear on who specifically you are meant to serve with your business?
– Are clients finding you easily and happily paying for your services?
– Is your marketing effective?

If the answer is NO, then join us for our upcoming Heart-centered Marketing workshop for world changing business owners where we will teach you exactly how to improve your efforts so that you too can help the people you are meant to serve and stop struggling!

Learn more at: http://LifeStylized.com/mms

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