Crowns Are Won In The Interview Room

Everyone knows that pageants are won in the interview room. Most competitors don't realize that titleholders get top scores by OUT-TRAINING their competition. And, yes, you are more than a contestant, you are a competitor!

The secret to winning is to work with someone who has a proven system for producing titleholders. Need some interview practice and tips? I'm your lady!

Why am I so confident you can get top scores? Because I've helped many first-time and experienced contestants just like you capture the crown.

I offer training that will enhance your interview skills (personal and on-stage), build your confidence, and have you leaving a memorable and lasting impression on the judges. 

Want to work with me? Ask me any questions by emailing me at [email protected] 

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Podium Dos and Don'ts

Ahhh, the podium. Thinking you can hide behind a podium is making a big mistake.

Using a podium does have several advantages. It can feel like a life preserver when you're in the deep end of a pool. The podium grounds you by giving you something solid to touch. With that said, I recommend that you stand to one side of it whenever possible.

Podium Tips:
1. Standing beside it removes some of the formality of the interview.
2. When you're parallel to the podium, you're closer to the judges. This makes the interview seem more intimate.
3. Stand on the far side of the podium. This gives the judges more time to see you walk, and being further away from the door will make you appear more at ease.

Still want to use that podium? I have tips on how to use it effectively! Want to work with me? Email me at [email protected] and I'll tell you about the scholarships I have available for pageant contestants.

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Make Your On-Stage Presence A Present!

"When you stand on the stage, you must have a sense that you are addressing the whole world, and that what you say is so important the whole world must listen." – Stella Adler, actress.

I love this quote! Because when you can demonstrate this level of poise and confidence during your on-stage question, judges take notice.

Despite your answer, it should be conversational, and it should not be rushed. And whatever you do, don't use a monotone voice. It's natural to be nervous, and that alone will make you want to be monotone.

Pro Tip: rather than giving a predictable answer, show your confidence and poise by being expressive and animated. Get them to notice you for all the right reasons.

Want to work with me? Email me at [email protected] 

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Feeling Burnt Out?

You're making hard choices every day. You're tired. Frazzled. Burned out.

Let's stop this madness! All that nurturing you're giving to everybody else? Turn some of that love and compassion on YOU! If your choices are not supporting you and the life you want to create, make new choices that are in alignment with who you are, and who you want to become.

Learn to say NO. Protect the vision that you have for yourself and your future. We need your vision, your creativity, your compassion, your gifts and talents, and your voice - but not at the expense of YOU!

Start asking yourself, "Does this support the life I'm trying to create?" And then create accordingly.

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