Powerful Speaking for Powerful Women

Tricia Karp

The world needs to hear what you have to say

Most of what I consider my greatest achievements involved walking away. They came with a decision to let go, say goodbye, and walk – sometimes run – in another direction. My greatest achievements have been hard-won. I imagine yours have too. You may not have miraculously recovered from an incurable disease overnight, survived being shot 13 times by a mad man, or climbed Mt Everest. None of that is necessary for being a powerful speaker. You have a message to share and stories filled with wisdom that could make a difference for other people. Your words matter. Your voice matters. Your life, your experiences, and your truth matter.

Storytelling, Vulnerability & Power: An interview with Sarah Agnew

As a speaker, you’re a storyteller.  Your best material comes from your experiences, from what happens in your world.  Then you use and share those experiences – your stories – to inspire, motivate and persuade your audiences. In May, I was privileged to hear Sarah Agnew speak at TEDx Adelaide. I was moved by Sarah’s […]

The key to being an unforgettable speaker

There are plenty of people who do what you do. People who’ve earned the same credentials as you, have been taught by the same teachers, have taken a similar career path, have worked with the same clients, and have as much experience as you. It’s true too that only you can do what you do […]