Learn how to tell your time what to do – and always have time for what you need to get done!
I’m elated about the opportunity to bring peace to your busy days.
I understand that audience members will consist of meeting planners and suppliers. What your chapter members are able to do with their time each day affects not just their individual clients, but their business livelihoods.
Additionally, meeting planners often experience a great deal of fatigue. You spend so much time caring for and catering to your clients that you often forget to care for yourselves. Imbalance such as this compounds the frustration in your life because your emotions from work can spill over to home life. Overwhelm sets in. Achievement in both work and life slows down. This is not a good place to be.
I would be honored to share with your audience my framework for righting the ship and maintaining balance. Implementing time management strategies during your busy work day will allow you and your fellow chapter members to get more done, lower your stress levels, and increase your revenue. And live a quality life outside of your career.
You requested to see some video footage. Here you go:
This corporation contracted me to deliver a 20-minute keynote in four different cities. It turned out that what they actually wanted, however, was a workshop – which is a very different delivery method. These instructions were shared with me during a meeting with the Vice President:
- Teach the attendees the Top 10 tools for getting organized. (Note: Keynotes typically cover 3 strategies, not 10 tactics.)
- Acknowledge that their families come first, but they need to sell products in order to be successful.
- The audience will be 99.9% female, 100% independent consultants, and 70% Latina. International attendees will wear headsets for translation.
- Be sure to cover all areas of the stage so that your audience connects to you. (Note: Connections can happen without walking back and forth, but this is what the VP wanted.)
I opted to do a hybrid keynote/workshop. I needed to pump up the audience at the start because my presentation immediately followed a two-hour sales procedures and paperwork tutorial. The audiences in each city were wonderfully welcoming, and we had a lot of great lunch conversations. (Lunch followed my presentation.)
The video below is of terrible quality (a member of the organization who is not an A/V professional volunteered to video, and I did not turn down her kindness), but I’d still like to share it with you because you can get a sense of strategy-sharing potential in only a 20-minute keynote. I spoke at this small event as a favor to a friend, who’s a Veteran, and who was putting on the event for Veterans and others in her area who had transitioned to different careers. Thirty minutes before the presentation, I was requested to mention the word “empower” and mention the importance of communication. No problem.
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I look forward to working with you to build a keynote presentation that will increase productivity and peace in your day!