How do I share the Word of God so that lives are changed?
How can I become the leader people want to listen to?
Why do people seem to forget my presentations before they get to the back door?
How can I keep people on the edge of their seats, listening attentively?
If you have, then you are in the right place.
Proven actionable steps that will show you what to say, how to say it and when to say it.
I believe that we were not made to be average or maintain the status quo while sharing with others the most incredible story in all history. The fact that God became man, lived with us, died at our hands and then rose again, not in condemnation, but to offer us love and eternal life is a story that should be the headline of every newspaper on earth.
If we are going to tell that story, we need to do so in such a way that people are transfixed, stunned, excited and spellbound, never able to forget the truths that will change their lives.
You'll find my methods and simple, easy to follow and incredibly effective.
I advocate knowledge of Scripture, a humble dependence on God and passionate presentation that will grip an audience and have them talking about your words for years.
I encourage a unique blend of old school study, hard work and an awareness of how audiences and individuals process truth so that you can convey the Word of God in the most effective way possible.
My parents put me on the stage at the age of 4. At 12 I began writing and giving my own presentations and by the age of 15 I was speaking to audiences across the United States and Mexico. Initially, my mother - an international speaker, best selling author and radio/television personality - trained me. Though she is no longer alive, her passion and work ethic continue to impact me.
Opportunities opened and my audiences began to grow and vary. I worked hard to improve. I quickly discovered that while content can remain the same, key components like delivery, dress, style, presentation, story, had to change so that the message delivered would not be compromised. I learned how, as a speaker, to adapt to my audience, setting, age group and occasion.
As the years went by and I delivered presentations to widely diverse audiences around the globe, I kept careful track of what worked and what didn’t. There were times when I was a smash hit with standing ovations and other times when I barely got a high five. Each event trained me to gain the skill that I have today - the ability to express thoughts and ideas strongly, persuasively and passionately capturing and holding the attention of people so that audiences cheer, weep and stay on the edge of their seats. This has led to unbelievable opportunities. Television appearances, hosting a radio show, speaking in the universities of China, teaching in India, and challenging our military are a few of the doors that have opened. Those experiences led to mentoring leaders, training future leaders and writing a best seller, because the ability to communicate effectively impacts every area of life. Now, even my toughest critics tell me that their lives are inspired and impacted because of my presentations.
Frankly, isn’t that what everyone, who stands in front of an audience wants? Yes, we want to be remembered, but more than that, we want our words to be remembered and make a difference. Whether it’s an audience of 10 or 10,000, we work hard, pour our time, effort and lives into the words that we will deliver, not just so that we get a pat on the back, or a standing ovation - which is always nice - we want to see lives changed, organizations impacted, and people remember the truth that we delivered so that our world for generations is better off because we did the best we could with the time we were given up front.