On this week’s episode, I discuss some of my favorite speakers and the methods that help me stay organized.
I don’t get to see many speakers because I’m usually by myself when speaking at an event, but I listen to them online.
- I shift and change who I’m listening to, but Patsy Clairmont is first and foremost my favorite speaker.
- There are very few people who can deliver serious topics with humor, and Patsy is one of the best.
- Ken Davis is also up there for the same reasons. He is so funny to me.
One of my other favorite speakers is someone I wouldn’t have said if you asked me a couple of months ago.
- He’s a great guy, but he didn’t seem to be very comfortable telling his story when he got started 20 years ago.
- Speaking is kind of a gift. You can learn it and shape it, but to a great degree you can either talk or you can’
- I’ve found that some companies are hesitant to bring in speakers because they’ve brought in speakers who are athletes or actors previously. While these people can memorize their lines, there is often something missing because they are not professional speakers.
- But there’s one athlete in particular who has become one of my favorite speakers.
When it comes to organization, Michael Hyatt is on the cutting edge of using the newest software and gadgets to keep his life in order.
- He knows more technically than I will ever know.
- I keep a pen and a piece of paper beside me.
- At the end of the day, I unload my pockets with napkins and pieces of paper with notes that I’ve written.
- Sometimes those things pile up faster than I can go through and categorize them, and at that point, they go out of my sight and into the closet.
Tune in this week to hear the name of the athlete that has become one of my favorite speakers.
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