I didn’t set out to make a blooper reel when speaking at a well-respected conference.
And yet sometimes life delivers unexpected opportunities, like when I discovered in the first five minutes of my talk that the audio from a neighboring speaker was accidentally being fed into my room.
Watch this clip to see how I handled it—it’s probably the truest sense you can get of who you hire when you hire me to speak:
If you want to see highlights from a more polished version of a similar talk (different event, no unexpected interruptions), try this one:
Click here for the full length version of this same presentation.
Speaking to make a difference
In the last decade, I have had the privilege of speaking to executives, leaders, and teams throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Mexico, Brazil, Europe, Russia, and the Asia Pacific region—live and via webinar/webcast.
I’m always humbled when audience members say my keynotes are articulate, thought-provoking, and entertaining. That’s precisely what I aim for.
As with all our keynotes (not just mine), there are three things you can count on:
- Every presentation is unique.
- You won’t “sit and get.”
- You’ll walk away with something useful.
Contact me if you’ve got an upcoming event where I might be able to help.
Or learn about workshop versions of my keynotes.