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"laura sequoia" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"laura sequoia" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"Back. I show is her everywhere you can find the kind of five show and most of your favorite networks. It's time to recognize. Thank our be Jerry networks for all their support in house. We have much business radio cease. We radio transformation radio radio. We also Google play apple radio, Stitcher. And so may I just can't keep up with the mall. I stubble. Diva. Learn more about her, Jim. And now we can't work together. My fantasy shine in website, Connie five show dot com. I'll see you over there until then light my share share share back in the show. Okay. Ed, we're back and you're listening to the Connie five show. Our unstoppable guest today is Laura sequoia. She's a global conference speaker Ted speaker a trainer and just of a racist writer, her latest book, speaking to influence mastering ear leadership voice. So I want to go back to that question. We were just talking about before we go there. A letter listeners know where they can grab a copy of people. Thank you, go right to the title HTTPS colon slash slash, all that fun stuff influence dot com. Speaking to influence dot com. Very very very easy easy to do. So one of just jump back to again, you have a different set of people different audience multiple size audience and said, if you know you audience if there Anna liberal, you do the analytics more content content speaker and just wanted dive into just a little bit deeper because a lot of our listeners there either. Probably sixty percent or still in corporate and the others have foot out the door or the Alrighty building your lifestyle business on a lot of them have stepped into the place of being speaker sharing their message, and they wanna know what is the best way. And the biggest question that. I do get what happens when you have a an audience. All divers a very diverse audience. And the one thing I I have worked with them on is helping helping the personalities of your audience, of course, that is one way to go. But how do you really dive in with somebody and help them understand how to connect with their audience when there are very diverse just not one group of individuals typically if you're going to speak in in front of two audiences one where everybody has a common reason for being there. It's it's a company that you're speaking to it's a conference all about finance health care for to culture, you name it. So right. There is a common interest that binds them, and the only other reason it would be all were there would be no common thread in theory among because they're coming to your of it, which means they're coming dread. Is that they like what you do. They like your topic is so at that point, you don't have to worry quite as much if you happen to know something about this group. Talking to group of millennials Zora you fill in the blank, right? It a little bit. But chances are there is always some unifying thread in K joining right now, that's that's a really really good point. Like, you said, even if they're in the company, they could all be different from the finance department to customer service to sales. So they do have different personalities, but like you're saying the common thread is the company at self and the mission of the company of the theme of the company or that the of the conference at they're holding Franco. Boso stay focused on that. Okay. That that is really good. The other the other area where there are some this connect some have been either with association groups, but still they still come with the same mindset. You know, if it's the finance association or Allegiant association, so they're still an area with that that common ground that that common goal. So no great. Great advice. Great advice to have their so couple of questions for our our hot seat section. So I mean, I know you've done a lot of things you've traveled around around the world you use done so many different things and an incredible incredible women, but answer the question of I am on stoppable because I am when stoppable because I have a very short attention span, and I need to constantly entertained and inspired an enthusiastic about what I do. So that's gonna get me out of bed in the morning and finding new opportunities in new directions and new people to meet new stages to be on. It's what makes life fun and. So all that you have done so complete this one never have. I ever never have. I ever. That's a good one. Never have I ever willingly had to learn tax accounting software. That was a. Ling I have a tempted to myself basic principles of this. This is what you hire people for. Yeah. I'm I there with your calendar show. We did our just go get him done as painful, but this year, we actually we have a new count in and it was really enjoyable meeting in terms of she really made you add put you at ease and chief and sat there, and she said I love what I do. And I just looked at her a nice at Honey if you love what you shoot to you can keep doing it. And you know, what so important attention for a second here that a lot of people get really nervous when they're networking, right? How do I have not? How do I pitch? What's my elevator thirty second in euro hundred. And especially people who are in a lot of those kinds of fields often say, well, I don't know I'm gonna count and are just a this or that. I'm just saying I don't want to he's going gonna be interested the whole. That's the whole point. I love my accountant because he loves tax accounting. Yes. I have this idea. I was thinking about two yesterday. Let me tell you about how this new thing is going in high. I love that. He loves it. Yes. On a higher somebody who feels about accounting the way, I feel about again, I know never higher that I get high that you're tackling. And it's funny. I seen her about a week later. I was at we were at dinner for our financial adviser how we met her. And she was at this event and semi we ended up sitting next to each other. And turn it was like, oh, I mean, we we she she just go load like enjoying doing taxes that I'm like I like in awe of this woman. I think there are people like that in other real trouble. Out of what you do. And let's understand why you love it. Right. Like that. That's the connection with the audience were connected to you. Don't have to be connected to your topic. They're connected to have to pay taxes. It rights. Just wanna know that you love what you do. And that give sense that you're going to be good at it and someone worth continuing to work with right? And it was like a big round table. And of course, I'm like I'll let me by a couple of glasses of wine. She must God ten business cards before we left in night. I'm there were there was another CPA in a room who had mentioned it. But everybody was coming here. Because you could just see how she loved it. And and and how she just networked with people. And again, there's that too many tax, folks. Impressed with their. I really was so to do this. But I like we said about about networking, and again going there and the same thing for networking applies. True. As when you're speaking that it's all about them. Yes. Correct. Correct. The best pitch or like elevator speech networking. There was a guy who literally his company sold trash recycling bins. Okay. This is not SEIs NAT. Yeah. Gonna say the imagination, but I loved it. Because he said I have the best job in the world because I get the talk trash all day. I love that is so cute cute. I don't I have been some many to buy from you. I don't know. But I right. I wanna keep I can't believe I'm saying I wanna keep talking to the guy who sells trash cans, you know, who knew. Be ashamed of what you do or people won't be interested as long as you come across as liking your work arrived in confidence that you're actually good at it to right, right at it goes back to do what you love to do, you know, work work with you love love love what you do. And it just it just it just makes a difference. Just just comes comes through. And and being and when you're that authentic about it people see it again, you know, get like disliked car like I said, she had like ten business card people just coming up to our like give you my card could it. All right Hines. Yeah. I was eleven. Yeah. Yeah. It was like I said when I went she just put me at so at ease to do it. And I was she was like done. I'm like I'm done like Donna, my husband was like. Oh, okay. Let me give you big check for that one. Right. Right. Exactly. Right. So with that. So really, wait will you ever be satisfied with the work that you do? I think you've already said that. So it's a beautiful. Yes. And no, I what I do, and it is very satisfying on a daily basis we'll ever feel like I've hit the end. I don't think. So I think there's always more. You just never know would know that this kind of work was a thing until I started doing it about six years ago and someone unsettled pay you to help me be better at excellent, right? Okay. You know, I can do this. You know, it's amazing how life evolves something new. So I never think I've done I know that a year from now all discover something new that I've never made roar in it'll probably capture my attention to the no knowing you will you're not gonna be dead never gonna be done. Well, I wanna thank you for being here. This is this is just been fabulous. Getting to talk to you haven't talked to in a bit of time. But again, you're an author. You're speaker trainer working corporate CEOs around around the globe. So where are you going to go next? So you have this coming out. So what is your little bit more about your book short? Thank you. The the book again is called speaking to influence mastering, your leadership voice, and the ideas to take all these principles that we talk about the the gap and the blind spot and recognizing what you're doing. With your words with your voice with your body language, all these pieces that are for better or for worse, creating the image. New project, and how to learn to do it deliberately to project the image that you want and get the results that you want from people. And it's a do it yourself to their slots of examples and stories in it. But there's also exercises in worksheets. It comes an audiobook as well as e book and leading into may actually on may eleventh in Philadelphia for anybody who can get here. I'll be doing a special one day hands on sleaze rolled up workshop to let me help you put all that into practice, and that's a special. Thank you for people who have helped swith the pre lodge of body. One of the bonus packages associated with the books. If you go to speaking to influence that calm and look at the bonus packages, you'll see how to get access to that training for free on what's today to get in. You said may event is may eleventh, the eleventh nice thing is you don't have to take off from work. You just gotta get Philadelphia. The city of s always Email me. For more information at Laura at speaking to influence dot com. And I'll give you more information and one thing that's not on that particular website is a special corporate package if you wanted to send a team for free also to that event or at speaking to influence dot com, and I can send you more information about the events as well as the absolutely winning it over the you wanna grab a copy of that book, speaking to influence dot com. And again, if you're in Philadelphia on may eleven you can go yourself or head over to the website and check out some of the team packages, and again the programs that Lloyd does are just just incredible. And you really do want to take advantage of it. I said I was in a program with their in. She talked about doing the videos and watching yourself new behaviors in your hand gestures. And it was really an eye opener for me to go back and do that even how you cure your voice. 'cause I remember that Laura 'cause I tend to. Hi, I'm Kyle. Eighty five and you like. And it's like, no, I'm kind of.

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"laura sequoia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"laura sequoia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Percent of children and adults scence growing popularity of video games and competitive video gaming is increasing screen time for many teenagers. And young adults. Ryan mcdonagh KYW NewsRadio. It's eleven twenty five ten for money. News on KYW. Here's Mark Ramer. The key to being an influential leader is your ability to persuade people, according to Dr Laura sequoia, founder vocal impact productions and author of speaking to influence mastering your leadership voice, most people sabotage their own success when they speak here. A five tips to speak like a leader and get better results. One avoid fillers like, you know, or actually to make your voice pitch go down at the end of sentences. So you don't make everything sound like a question three years relatable stories and examples instead of just giving dry explanations for very your voice speed in- intonation increase vocal interest and hope people's attention five us appropriate facial expressions and hand gestures. When your words voice embodied language, all work together. That's when you project credibility. Leadership for maximum fluence for the private investors for him. I'm Mark Kramer for KYW NewsRadio. Another brick and mortar stores struggling to staff loads bed bath and beyond executives say, the company sales are still declining and it lost money last quarter. The home goods chain expects to her more than forty stores if the company cannot negotiate better lease terms at some locations, but the company also has plans to open fifteen new stores. The company has over one thousand stores in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Mexico. I'm Bill Michaels deadly weather's moving east, and we could be in the crosshairs that's ahead in three minutes. Robert, Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one bird down. She shed shero all really victims. Because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. His she shared was struck by lightning, Cheryl state farm cover. My she shed shed. She turned out shed deter hideaway Robert covered that Victor. I'm getting a new she sheer. She shed. Can we stop sushi? Shed now go with a win that's here to help life, go, right? State farm..

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"laura sequoia" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"laura sequoia" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Okay okay dr laura sequoia is a leadership communication expert and the founder of vocal impact productions in philadelphia pennsylvania her mission is to turn executives and other leaders into master influencers who get to yes by helping the master the three cs of vocal executive presence command the room connect with the audience and close the deal she has spent nearly twenty years in language culture and education and has done coaching trainings and keynote addresses across five continents she's a sweet c suite adviser and coach for the ted fellows program sample clients include comcast independence chubb wicca media the us department of commerce ibm and women against abuse she earned her phd in educational linguistics from where the university of pennsylvania where she was faculty from two thousand and one to thirteen well really glad you did it the other way i tuned out so this is your opportunity to shine into truly illustrate what it is that you specialize in wire the expert and why people should never speak the way i just re spoke that and replugged your bio so let's let's nail it down laura what did i do wrong there how about we start with what you did right it's probably shorter list seriously though the i think the biggest challenge for a lot of people and you demonstrated it perfectly is there seems to be a disconnect between the words of they're saying and the nature of the delivery it's almost like they're not really processing the meaning of their own words is if they did it would be inflected very differently the cadence and the rhythm would be different the different words would be emphasized and even the tonality the intonation highest in the lows in your voice would be in different places in order to draw the listener's attention to whatever words youth thought were most important that's really the most important part of speaking is that you know what you want to achieve you know what impact you wanna have what message you wanna convey you know what you want the other people to here and not just to hear through their ears but to understand it to the point where they just get it in their gut and that's in order to do that you can't.

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"laura sequoia" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"laura sequoia" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Good morning everybody thank you so very much for joining me rejoining me again on this lovely friday morning my name is lisa mcdonald host of living fearlessly with the contact talk radio network listenership spans two one hundred and forty five countries two hundred twenty tv radio terrestrial satellites and the potential for millions of i two downloads before diving in with my phenomenal guest of this week i just want to provide a couple of mentions as i always do i want to thank my corporate sponsors honda halt and honda as well as forever for believing in myself my guest if each week in the content of the program i also wish to my friends and family over at c suite radio network which of course following the live show you can eventually find the podcast link of each interview of each guest of each week i also want to just say thank you very much to bargain buddy dot com as a busy radio host author motivational speaker and mom i don't have the time to hunt around for a good deal that's why i love my bargain body dot com my bark and buddy scours the net every day to find the best deals and coupons so you can save fifty to ninety percent on clothes shoes gifts pet supplies and much much more they even tell you where to score free stuff sign up for their free email newsletter for chance to win a twenty five dollar amazon gift card when you shop with my bargain buddy you'll never pay full price again visit my bargain buddy dot com today well super super excited for my guest today who is my guest today my guest is a brilliant phenomenal woman by the name of dr laura sakala dr laura sequoia is a leadership communication expert and the founder of vocal impact productions in philadelphia pittsburgh her mission is to turn executives and other leaders into master influencers who get to yes by helping the master the three cs of vocal executive presence command the room connect with the audience.

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