Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD

Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD

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Give Life to Your Business Presentations and Stories

Increase your Influence, Impact and Income. Become Better Known. Attract More Clients, Increase Your Efficiency. Save Time. These are benefits that you and your organization receive when you master the art of storytelling and public speaking.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Cincinnati, OH (US)

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Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD
Michael Davis - Motivational Speaker

Speaking CPR, (513) 315-6825

Give Life to Your Business Presentations and Stories

Increase your Influence, Impact and Income. Become Better Known. Attract More Clients, Increase Your Efficiency. Save Time. These are benefits that you and your organization receive when you master the art of storytelling and public speaking.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Cincinnati, OH

Affiliations:
  • Toastmasters International
Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD - Motivational Speaker

Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD

Speaking CPR, (513) 315-6825

Give Life to Your Business Presentations and Stories

Increase your Influence, Impact and Income. Become Better Known. Attract More Clients, Increase Your Efficiency. Save Time. These are benefits that you and your organization receive when you master the art of storytelling and public speaking.

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Cincinnati, OH

Affiliations:
  • Toastmasters International

For more information about booking Michael Davis, the Storytelling MD,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/speakingCPR/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

The Secret to Writing Winning Headlines

Writing a Speech or Sales Presentation That Increases Your Impact, Influence and Income One of the most overlooked aspects of speaking, selling and marketing is the headline you use to promote your idea. If you are writing a speech, sales talk, or marketing piece, remember this critical point from best-selling author Mitch Meyerson: With a […] The post The Secret to Writing Winning Headlines appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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Speak to Avoid This Costly NFL Mistake

Do You Speak With the Preparation of an NFL Star Player? I’m a big fan of American football. Watching the first weekend of the NFL season was a reminder of the value of speech preparation. There were an astounding number of mistakes made in the first week of regular season play. In the last decade, preparation for […] The post Speak to Avoid This Costly NFL Mistake appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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How to Overcome a Poorly Received Speech

A Surprising Speech Evaluation My friend Gary called me this week. He’s a young, newer speaker with potential to make a big impact. “Michael, I got a phone call from the meeting planner at the event I spoke at. I couldn’t believe it! She HATED my speech!” I didn’t expect him to say that. “What […] The post How to Overcome a Poorly Received Speech appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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Are You A Speaker Who Is Too Good For It To Matter?

Are You a Speaker Who Pleases Everyone? I was having breakfast with my friend, Tom. Although he’s not a professional speaker, he talks to audiences every week. He said, “You know, Michael, in my position, not much bothers me when I speak. But, last week, I was talking to a group of high schoolers. This […] The post Are You A Speaker Who Is Too Good For It To Matter? appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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How to Create Audience Interest in Your Story

Does Your Story Create a Lack of Empathy? My fiancée Linda and I were watching one of our favorite TV shows. In an exasperated voice, she said “You know, I don’t care what happens to this guy!”   ‘This guy’ was an Iraq war veteran suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD].  His problem was that he wasn’t likable at […] The post How to Create Audience Interest in Your Story appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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What Does Your Audience Hear When You Speak?

When You Speak, Are You Sure The Audience Clearly Understands Your Point? I’ve listened to many people speak, and leave me confused, or wondering what I’d heard. Unfortunately, I’ve been guilty of this myself.   Patrica Fripp of taught me a critical point that helped me overcome this problem. To paraphrase her wisdom:   “When you speak, […] The post What Does Your Audience Hear When You Speak? appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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Three Tips to Create a Memorable Speech

How Do You Determine What to Keep in Your Speech? Have you ever written a speech, and then struggled to determine what material to keep, and what to remove? It’s a common issue when writing new presentations. Learning how to effectively edit can mean the difference between a forgettable, or memorable talk. Three Steps to Edit Your […] The post Three Tips to Create a Memorable Speech appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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How To Create More Humor For Your Speech

What is the best way to include relevant humor in your speech? One of the biggest challenges for speakers is crafting relevant humor for their speeches. Many make the mistake of inserting jokes, or telling funny stories simply to get a laugh. Although you get the laugh, you may lose credibility when you employ humor […] The post How To Create More Humor For Your Speech appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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An Unusual Source of Speech Inspiration

Have you ever struggled to find a speech topic? The speaker’s version of “writers block” is “topic block.” Speech Inspiration From My Closet This problem was on my mind one morning while I was getting dressed for a workout. I looked at my stack of t-shirts and got an idea: Your t-shirts are a window […] The post An Unusual Source of Speech Inspiration appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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Why Speaking is Like an Exotic Sports Car

Public speaking is like caring for an exotic sports car. What?? Picture an expensive, high performance automobile. It has the potential to drive fast, with great power. Take care of it and it can consistently create a memorable experience. Ignore it, or put low-quality fuel in, and it’s just another car – albeit an expensive one […] The post Why Speaking is Like an Exotic Sports Car appeared first on Michael Davis - Speaking CPR. ...

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