Should A Motivational Keynote Speaker Tell Their Best Stories?
So here's a problem I faced when I first started speaking. I had a collection of my best stories. I had refined and polished these stories and audiences loved them but...
They weren't the right stories.
I was trying to fit my best stories into the theme/topic and you know what? They didn't fit. The audience could sense it.
I started to add my other stories. Lesser stories. Not as exciting or interesting or so I thought. When the story was the right fit for the theme, the audience began to lean in.
Because there was real value for them in what I was saying.
So don't discount your personal experiences that you think are uneventful. For others, through their eyes, in their situation, your trash could be their treasure.
I’m a motivational keynote speaker on Leadership and Change.
I show business leaders simple ways to give their people the skills and the confidence to get through not only this disruption, but the next, and the next, and next.