Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address: Steve Jobs, was an American businessman and inventor who played a key role in the success of Apple computers and the development of revolutionary new technology such as the iPod, iPad, and MacBook. Drawing from some of...read more
WELCOME TO SPEAKER EXPRESS AND YOUR JOURNEY TO GET ON MORE STAGES!We are looking forward to seeing you grow in speaking & business confidence and sharing the stage with you.You don’t have to attend all events to get amazing results but STAGE TIME, of course, is...read more
Why did you start speaker training?I was always sure that I wanted to do public speaking. But I realised that there is a difference between being an amateur and a professional. I joined Speaker Express to bridge that gap, learn more about the world of speaking and...read more
Patrick co-founded a digital media agency and joined Speaker Express to work on his speaking impact. There might have been some nerves here and there too. Who is Patrick?As a child, my passion was breeding chickens; now I like to take daily cold showers and sit in...read more
Would the oratory skills of Winston Churchill beat the eloquence of Oprah? Could Martin Luther King Junior out-wit Margaret Thatcher? Or would Amelia Earhart, John F. Kennedy or Barack Obama take the crown?
What’s your earliest memory of public speaking? Mine was a disaster – one that left me speechless for years to come.
What Style of Communicator Will you be in 2019 – and Beyond?
In 2013, I met Graeme Codrington at the London Professional Speaking Association. He talked about driver less cars and other fascinating things. At the time, I was right at the beginning of my speaking career and over the years, Graeme continued to be a big inspiration in content creation and also how to build a speaking business.
I wrote this poem late one night after taking part in a poetry slam – which is a bunch of poets performing competitively, getting scores for their poems from the audience. I experience anxiety, and although I love competing in slams, it sends my anxiety into overdrive. One night after taking part in a slam, I lay in bed, full of adrenaline, unable to get to sleep because my heart wouldn’t stop racing and my mind wouldn’t switch off, and that’s how this poem was born.
Do you want to use speaking to attract more business, expand the reach of your brand and make more sales? Do you want more visibility as a speaker and build on your expert status? Do you want to increase the...read more