Words inspire thought. Words combined with presence, inspire action!
As an entrepreneur, you’re called upon - in all manner of ways - to speak and express yourself. Be it pitching for start-up capital, meeting your next dream date, inspiring your team or closing the next whale, you’re called upon to express yourself with confidence, clarity and courage.
“I have a dream!” MLK… “We have nothing to fear but fear itself!” FDR…”I want to put a ding in the Universe” S. Jobs. The right words spoken in the right state of mind can attract and inspire great things in your life.
Whether you want to be “a speaker” or not, getting in front of people, informing and inspiring action will play a key role in your professional growth and the growth of your business. Many of you have asked about speaking on the METal stage. If you have that desire, pay close attention. Industry veterans Cameron Sinclair, Christopher Lee, Mark Schulman and George P. Kansas will share their experience with the topic that most people place at the top of their list of fears - above their fear of death - speaking in public.
Cameron Sinclair, trained as an architect, he has worked in every major natural disaster over the two decades. From post conflict reconstruction in Kosovo to community led building in Haiti, Sinclair has been developing and building shelters for communities in 49 countries and has raised over $50M for humanitarian activities. As co-founder and executive director of Architecture for Humanity he built schools, health clinics, affordable housing and developed sustainable reconstruction and development projects.
Christopher Lee is CEO of one of the world’s leading Speaker’s Bureaus , CAL Entertainment. Christopher is responsible for booking speakers for gigs around the world. He represents some for the world’s highest paid speakers. Christopher will share some keys you’ll need to succeed in speaking from the industry insider’s point of view.
Mark Schulman is an acclaimed musician, author and speaker who has transformed a successful career as go to drummer for the likes of Madonna and Pink into a sought after speaker. Mark - using his mind-blowing drum skills - will call you up and show you how to dig deep to find the courage you need to speak your truth.
George P. Kansas has written 8 books and has been inspiring corporate audiences, charities, and sports and executive team for nearly 30 years. Since his recovery from a rare Leukemia. George will teach you a fast and easy method for planning any talk in minutes and share ways to avoid the most common speaker nightmares.
From October 15, 2016 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Save to calendar