People sometimes ask me: “What do you think you’re doing?” And I think to myself, “Well, they’ve got one thing right. It’s all about thinking.” Because, what I do is help clients think differently about what they want to show and tell the world – what message they want to send, what point they want to make, or what brand they want to boost. Often I bring together a few thoughtful people with special expertise to think things through. Or I invite seminal thinkers to share their ideas at talks for other thinking people who are interested in new ways of looking at work and life. I also help people present their own ideas better. Or I put their thoughts into words they can share in speeches, or in print or online. Or I take people to the end of their earth, intellectually, physically and emotionally. I’ve done all these things for many clients over the years, including several who have kindly offered to say a few words about me. So, if I seem to offer what you’re looking for, I think the best idea would be to get in contact to see if we’re both thinking along the same lines.
Help people present —
Why are so many speeches and presentations blah and uninspired? Because the speaker doesn’t consider that every word counts and doesn’t take the time to practice. But presenting effectively is a learned skill. It’s like, playing the piano. It’s not the reflection of an attitude to life, like singing in the shower. So a little of the right kind of practice goes a long way. I coach executives on how to make better presentations and help management teams win competitive pitches – often when millions of dollars are at stake.