SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
The Number One Secret of Delivering a Great Speech
with Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker, Patricia Fripp
Guest: Patricia Fripp
This was a 60 minute webinar which took place on May 29, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Is your goal to become a consistently great speaker? Assuming your answer is "Yes" this is the teleseminar you will not want to miss. In-demand executive speech coach Patricia Fripp will share the best way to prepare for making a successful speech and what makes a speech memorable. Plus...
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- How do you get invited back?
- How can a speaker improve their skills fast?
- A formula to make your stories more memorable to the audience
About Our Guest
Our guest is a good friend to SpeakerMatch and a popular favorite with our SpeakerMatch audience. After a successful career as an entrepreneur in the hairstyling industry Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE became a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, business presentation expert, sales presentation skills trainer, and highly sought-after executive speech coach. Named â€œOne of the 10 most electrifying speakers in North Americaâ€ by Meetings and Conventions magazine, Patricia delivers high-energy, high-content, dramatically memorable presentations. Kiplingerâ€™s Personal Finance wrote â€œThe sixth best investment in your career is to attend a Patricia Fripp speaking school.â€ Patricia was the first female president-of the over 3,000-member National Speakers Association. She is also a partner in World Champions Edge coaching community with four Toastmasters International World Champions. Fripp is now virtually everywhere with her highly interactive virtual training called www.frippVT.com on Powerful Persuasive Presentations.
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