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Interview: Growing Into A Leader

Date: October 15, 2016

Over a period of 30 years, Guy Richardson has been developing and leading High Performance Teams. Uniquely, he has worked in one of the elite armies of the world as well as one of the world’s most celebrated international sports teams. We had the opportunity to speak with him about his personal background and what

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Interview: This Inspirational Speaker Is Full of Experience

Date: October 7, 2016

If you’re looking for an inspirational speaker but have no idea who to hire, we have a special article for you. Captain William Wells has been a professional speaker for 12 years and a former member and Vice President of the Professional Speakers Association. Amongst his years as a captain and marine commercial pilot, he has many inspiring

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Interview: Diane Youdale Talks TV Appearances and Inspiring Audiences

Date: October 2, 2016

We got to interview speaker Diane Youdale. If you think you recognise her name, you probably do from the infamous show, Gladiators. But other than her TV appearances, Diane is a presenter/broadcaster, choreographer/creator, fitness professional, educator and psychotherapist. She shares her experience of being on TV and how she helps to deliver inspiring talks to worldwide audiences. Hi

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Interview: Meet Rally Driver Penny Mallory

Date: September 1, 2016

Penny Mallory is a keynote speaker who mixes presenting TV shows, motivational speaking and performance coaching. Penny spent time as a TV precision stunt driver, playing both ‘Nicole and Papa’ in the iconic Renault Clio commercials. Her story is unique and we had the privilege to speak to her about transforming her life from the

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Interview: Public Speaking Just Got Scary!

Date: August 28, 2016

We interview many speakers from around the world who’ve had exciting and unique careers before their public speaking profession. Trevor Marriott is high up on that list. He is the successful author of several books and now travels around the world giving audio visual lectures on many varied and interesting topics. We questioned him on

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Interview: Turning Your Passion Into A Business

Date: August 19, 2016

We had the pleasure to speak with Paul Adamson – a speaker and trainer who helps companies to achieve greater performance from employees, increased sales and increased energy levels within a team. His interesting background led him to public speaking and today, he shares his top tips for beginning a career and inspiring an audience.

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Interview: SEO Tricks By Entrepreneur And Speaker

Date: August 10, 2016

We had the privilege to speak with Syed Irfan – an award-winning serial entrepreneur and Huffington Post columnist – about SEO tricks. Public speaking isn’t the easiest role in the world, but he has some tricks on freelancing, building a team and having faith in any career you wish to pursue. 1. Hi Irfan, when you accepted

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Interview: The Perks Of Speaking

Date: August 4, 2016

There are many perks of speaking; making a difference to the human race is one, and inspiring demotivated individuals is another. But for this cruise ship speaker and lecturer, travelling the world is also another. We had the privilege to speak with newcomer to Shapiro International Dr. Emma Roberts. Emma talks on the art and design of countries

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Interview: Using Speaking To Change Lives… And Your Own

Date: July 5, 2016

Becoming a speaker is hard, even when your intentions are good. We spoke with Bridgid Ruden – a speaker who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury following a bicycle accident about how to explore your mind through speaking. Discovering what makes you a unique speaker can be a challenge, but it isn’t impossible. It takes a bit

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Interview: Using LinkedIn To Sell Yourself

Date: June 10, 2016

Meet Ian Preston, a speaker and LinkedIn trainer and coach who is passionate about coaching companies and individuals to improve their online presence. With an ever-growing digital world we live it, it’s increasingly difficult to use social media to stand out from others; you follow the Facebook and Twitter manual, but when your accounts flop,

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