Tell your story in a way that helps the audience connect with your story and find themselves in it. -Erin Loman Jeck

For entrepreneurs, speaking engagements are one of the things we target in order to get more exposure and generate a demand for what we do. How do we get more speaking engagements that put us in front of the right crowds? What is the difference between what makes speeches/presentations generate demand for our service and ones that don’t? What are so many people getting wrong when they speak to an audience?

On this episode, Executive Speaking Coach and CEO of Transformational Speakers Agency, Erin Loman Jeck shares how to connect with the audience and create a tribe in the room when we do speaking engagements.


4 Things We Learned from Erin Loman Jeck

  • The 3 things we need to address in order to tell a universal story that connects
  • How asking the right question can set us up for massive positioning
  • Why our eyebrows are a key component of how we effectively communicate and connect
  • Mistakes we make in first one to two minutes on stage that actually lose the audience

About our Featured Guest:
Erin is the CEO of Transformational Speakers Agency, Executive Speaking Coach,  TEDx Speaking Coach, and the Creator of Speakers Success Summit. She is a highly sought after business coach, who transitioned to opening her own Speakers Agency and she is the leading authority on assisting thriving purpose-driven entrepreneurs in how to monetize their message, make an impact, influence change, and inspire action in others.

Go to for more information, and to check out her Transformational Speakers Podcast and get access to free resources including one about generating $10k from the stage.

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