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5 ways I can help you revolutionize your communication.
In case you’ve ever wondered… What can Robyn and SpeakEtc. do for me?
Let me count the ways:
1) Problem: You dread people asking: “…and what do you do?” because you have a hard time explaining what you do in a way that doesn’t make their eyes glaze over or you feel like a used car salesman.
How I can help: In one or two one-one one sessions, I can discover what sets you apart, match what you do with your unique communication style, what I call your “ActorType” and help you create a pitch to be proud of. Within the first 20 minutes of one session, I had a client call me a “genius” for transforming his generic jargon filled elevator pitch into an engaging, individualized, intro-mercial for his marketing business which he can now fold into a conversation, use on his website or pitch to investors or prospects.
2) Problem: You have an important presentation coming up and its success could mean recognition and more business and revenue for you and/or your company but you’re lacking confidence and don’t know how to pull it all together.
How I can help: I work with you and your presentation at any stage. I can organize and polish your existing material; help you write compelling content from scratch and/or help you hone your delivery skills (body language and voice) so that your presentation is engaging and reflects your unique communication style. In the past year, within 3-6 sessions, I’ve helped upwards of 20 individuals organize, write, tweak and learn to deliver presentations on: Dating; Owning one’s beauty; running a business; socially responsible portfolio investing; investing in Master Limited Partnerships; Developing better fitness and health practices; bringing specialty foods to the U.S. market; Spiritual awakening in Peru; and many other fascinating topics. My clients have used these presentations at TedX conferences, for videos on their sites and other major and minor stages.
3) Problem: Your job security and effectiveness is being compromised because you have difficulty expressing yourself successfully at work. Or your advancement at work is being hampered by your inability to show executive and leadership presence.