5 keystones for right before, during and after your keynote.

Keynote Keystone 1 : Reconnaissance. Arrive early, ask about changes, know what’s happening before and after you, survey the room, make adjustments.

Keynote Keystone 2 : Relationships. Great major and minor players. Meet people. Don’t hide out.

Keynote Keystone 3 : Release! Give your best for the day and the venue. Do not hold back. Beat fear and put it in it’s place.

Keynote Keystone 4 : Responsibility. Coach Pearl said yesterday, “It’s not about pressure. I don’t feel pressure. it’s a responsibility.” The same is true for us.

Keynote Keystone 5 : Reachable. After the event be available for your audience. Answer questions. Build relationships. Get more business.


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Paul gave his first speech at age twelve and was being paid to speak by the time he was 16. With over 2,000 presentations and more than 35,000 public speakers coached, he can help you increase your impact and income as a speaker. You can get free public speaking training at EngagePodcast.com as well as a free subscription to the Engage Newsletter, which will accelerate your impact and income as a public speaker.
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