Patricia Fripp

2016 Lady and the Champs - Women in Speaking

No matter how much I learn about speaking, there’s always room to gain insights and new ways to connect with an audience. This weekend, I get my annual chance by attending Lady and the Champs. There was a specific panel on Women Professional Speakers, including Patricia Fripp, Janelle Barlow, Judi Moreo, Cathey Armillas, and Jennifer
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Spent That’s how I feel, and I bet that’s how many people would say they feel. And not a negative spent, but a “wow” feeling. If I could summarize this weekend in just one sentence…I’d charge you big bucks for that sentence. Okay, seriously – here’s the takeaway: Discover. Design. Do. Disclaimer: I stole that.
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Editor’s note: this post is a compliation of my notes for the morning. I’ll edit it in the next couple of days for better clarity. Okay. When someone asks you to volunteer at a speakers conference, be careful what you ask for. You might find yourself dancing (!) in front of 200 people. No more
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Editor’s note: this post is a compliation of my notes for the afternoon. I’ll edit it in the next couple of days for better clarity. After lunch … I mean Lunch in Vega$, the champs started the afternoon session with a session on storytelling with Craig Valentine and Mark Brown. To be honest, I was
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Editor’s note: this post is a compliation of my notes for the morning. I’ll edit it in the next couple of days for better clarity. The day started with Ed Tate leading his customary “Follow the Leader” opening that involved some dancing, along with whatever it is that I do that is like dancing. Yes,
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How do you prepare when you’re going to give a presentation at work? Imagine that you have a 20 minute talk to give, and your plan is to just step on the stage (or in the front of the conference room) and download your info over a 15-25 minute time-line. A recipe for success, or
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