Category: Guest Blogs

Historic Speakers in Time

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?



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How to Get Booked More by a Speaker Agent

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.



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Dear Anxiety

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.



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Define your SIGNATURE STYLE in 3 Steps

This week’s guest blog is by personal stylist & slow fashion promoter Daisy Schubert. I met Daisy networking a number of years ago in Kensington and what struck me immediately was her strong confidence and intense knowledge on what looks good on someone and what doesn’t. Daisy believes that no woman should be at war […]



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The 3 Things Creating Public Speaking Footage Will Give You

Let’s talk footage! My Female Speakers Conference co-host Lovelda can talk about this until the cows come home. Lovelda is an International Moderator & MC energising audiences around the globe and together, we are running the Female Speakers Conference. Annik & Lovelda started the Female Speakers Conference to create a platform that empowers female speakers stepping […]



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How To Create Better Stories For More Impact?

This guest post is written by: Stacia Keogh from StoryPrez Stacia is passionate about uncovering the STORY behind the good idea, the business practice, the service, the product and help you tell YOU. Whether inspiring your Team, Standing Out to Clients or Introducing a New Practice, Idea or Innovation. THRESHOLD MOMENTS are those turning points in […]



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