I help professionals develop their executive presence, speaking skills, and confidence so they show up powerfully whenever they enter a room.
This work fills me with joy! I love watching my clients take action based on our sessions, slay their goals, and create the life they want for themselves.
You’re wanting to make an impact, but what got you here, won’t get you there. You’re needing new skills and strategies, a honed mindset, and a developed personal brand.
Are you presenting to decision-makers? Preparing for your job interview? Feeling awkward when pitching? Giving an on-camera interview? I can help you!
Let’s chat! Let me know how I can help you and let's start a conversation. Email me at [email protected]
You may want to save this! A good presentation will help you build visibility, trust, and eventually turn your audience into clients, voters, or land you that promotion.
Here are some tips to ace your speech:
1. Go in with the right mindset. Confidence equates to certainty in the minds of others, and people pay for certainty.
2. Stay out of monotone. If you use a monotone voice, people will be checking their emails under the tables instead of listening to you.
3. Practice your speech beforehand.
4. Know your material well enough to be able to look down at your notes, pull a few keywords and be able to talk about them. This requires that you practice your speech.
5. Make eye contact. It draws the audience in. But don't hold any one person hostage with the eyes. They'll start avoiding your gaze.
The points listed above are just a few of MANY. But if you only had time to choose a few, this list is a great start.
Have any questions? Email me at [email protected]
Today is National Awkward Moments Day, which leads me to this thought...
When you step out of your comfort zone, you’re gonna feel awkward and exposed. We all do!
But herein lies the magic - the more you push out of your comfort zone, the stronger and more confident you become. Keep pushing. Keep expanding. Share your gifts with the world.
My coaching gives science-backed strategies and sage advice. Let me help you reduce the number of awkward moments in your life!
Do you have questions about building confidence around speaking in front of groups, networking, standing out, or fitting in..?
Send me your questions or comments via email at [email protected]
It’s hard to behave in an authentic way if you don’t know what you value and desire. At its root, authenticity requires self-awareness and self-knowledge, and accepting your strengths and weaknesses.
Acceptance isn’t always easy, but it’s what we strive for. Authenticity is the basis of executive presence. Trust your intuition. Choose things that move you closer to your values. Notice when you’re being inauthentic.
Research shows that authentic people feel better. They’re more resilient and less likely to turn to self-destructive habits. Authenticity develops trust, credibility, and confidence with the people you interact with.
Authenticity can feel scary and vulnerable, but it also builds intimacy. Be purposeful in your choices. If you’re finding yourself feeling fragmented, bored, unhappy, or uninspired, it could be that you aren’t acting authentically. Creating space for self-awareness is ever-evolving.
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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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