Will working from a place of complete authenticity impact your business and change your world? Hell yeah!
I sat down with 5 time author, international keynote speaker, trainer and business coach Michael Port to have a very enlightening conversation. Michael makes doing business podcasts a lot of fun!
The one word that came to mind when reviewing our talk was “intriguing”. I know Michael’s worldview will definitely make you think, search your soul a bit and maybe even bring you to a new conclusion about some important things. A gift I genuinely appreciate in a person!
Michael has been called “an uncommonly honest author” by the Boston Globe and a “marketing guru” by The Wall Street Journal and is a coveted New York Times Bestselling business author.
He has also been on virtually every television network and can be seen regularly on MSNBC. He receives the highest overall speaker ratings at conferences around the world because he hits his mark every time and leaves his audiences a little smarter, much more alive, and thinking a heck of a lot bigger about who they are and what they offer the world.
How does vulnerability create tangible results?
What does fulfilling your commitments really give you?
Why all entrepreneurs have to embrace the unknown.
Can the “beginners mind” can open up your world?
How to successfully play the role of your lifetime.
Performance of a Lifetime **This is the organization I worked with for training before I gave my first public presentation. I think improv is one of the best trainings you can do to improve speaking skills, your sales, working with other people and many other applications. Highly recommend it.
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