Today on the show we have Sean Osborn from Thinking Big Coaching. Sean is an expert throughout many different stories that we are going to hear in his life about making that key decision that changes the direction of your life and how to navigate the challenges that come up when you make that kind of powerful decision.
We’ve got a lot of great stories to hear. We’ve got some very simple tactical and practical ways to start thinking bigger in your life and how you can apply some of this bigger thinking to your messaging with your clients.
Today on the show we have Michael Griffiths. With Michael, we are going to be talking about creating extraordinary moments throughout all areas of your business, all interactions with your clients and prospects that will create a deeper bond, residence, and sense of trust that will activate what he describes as the limbic system of your brain instead of the logical thinking part of the brain.
There are so many little ways that you can create these experiences throughout your work with people that will create more word of mouth referrals that will have more people talking about you, wanting to buy from you again, and it creates a tremendous amount of momentum in your business. This is some of my favorite stuff to talk about and so I think this is going to be a really powerful and highly tactical, very thoughtful episode for you.
Today on the show we have Shannon Hernandez. Shannon is an amazing business strategist who is helping people create content and create businesses more joyfully. She has a very interesting definition of joy that we explore in this episode that I feel will really serve a lot of the listeners and help guide your business decisions in a way that creates more joy and ultimately more success for you.
We are also going to be talking about the different types of content personalities and how you may be in the wrong type of content creation for what your personality is. We are going to explore the different personality types and what to do once we start to get clear on what the best content for our personality is and what the benefits are once we become more aligned with that.
Today on the show we have Kate Galiett. Kate is a health and fitness expert with a long and successful track record in helping people who are in a ton of pain in their bodies really reclaim their own power with simple applicable systems to start to increase their mobility, decrease their pain, and live a life that is truly unbreakable.
We are going to be exploring some of the things and problems that face a lot of entrepreneurs when they are working so hard and start to neglect their health. We are going to explore Kate’s own entrepreneurial journey and the challenges and transformations that she has overcome as a fitness and health expert. We will also learn a little bit more about her new book coming out which can really help serve as a first step to anybody that wants to get out of pain and start to really enjoy fitness and confidence in their daily lives.
Mental static is one of the greatest sales killers for speakers and presenters especially when it comes to your teaching. There are a lot of different ideas out there about what good teaching really is and how it can make or break your presentation. Good teaching is not all about good information. It is in presenting the right dose of teaching to minimize mental static and inspire a decision from your listeners.
Today we are going to explore some of the techniques to improve your teaching. We are going to talk about road mapping and how it allows your audience to relax into your teaching, then we’ll talk about how a clear promise is the foundation of your teaching, then a simple change in what you teach that can have dramatic results when you speak, and finally, we’ll talk about how you can talk about your clients in a way that gets your audience leaning in and wanting more.
Today we are going to be talking about engagement on your webinars. Good news and bad news. The bad news is that there seems like there’s not going to be a lot of room for a lot of large in-person events for the next couple of years to come. So speaking on stages in front of large audiences, the opportunities for that are going to be few and far between. The good news is that there are a ton of opportunities for webinars, virtual summits, and presenting on virtual stages.
One of the key challenges to this is making sure that your presentation is highly engaging because being at home as an attendee of a virtual event there are plenty of ways to distract yourself, to pay attention to other things going on, and to not be as engaged. We have all been experiencing a lot more calls on Zoom and a lot more time in front of screens so people are fatigued. So if we want to keep their attention and keep them engaged throughout the whole time we need to improve how we present and what we present in order to maintain that engagement throughout the process.