For me the point of a keynote speaker is to change the minds of a group of people, to persuade them of something they hadn’t seen, known, or believed before. During the short moment on stage the speaker should become a temporary tribal leader who can move an audience to action.
A keynote speaker has the opportunity to take an audience on an intellectual and emotional journey.
A great keynote speaker will make the most of this situation by “asking for commitments” from audiences, because speakers are uniquely positioned to get audiences to do something (thanks to the temporary authority they are granted by the occasion)
Most people only take action because of other people, and a keynote speaker has a unique opportunity to do exactly that.
As an inspirational speaker I am able to capture the essence of your meeting and I am able to highlight it to your audience in a short period of time. In order to capture this essence, I am willing to spend the time researching your industry, your issues, and your audience.
Once this vital research is complete, I can mold the presentation into a unique and distinctive moment just for your audience.
My job is to weave your keynote message into the program in a memorable, inspirational and fun way.