What the Audience Thinks

Why the audience will thank you for bringing Paul in:

Simple ideas. Just being introduced to a new way of thinking won’t do you much good. Paul’s program is designed to enable you to find a way to apply newfound competencies/awareness along with your existing skills and knowledge in such a way that it works for you. Paul introduces simple practices that, should you choose to adopt them, will create real and lasting value in your life.

Paul’s done some pretty extraordinary things. People respond to achievements more than concepts. It’s the old adage of actions speak louder than words. Paul’s a speaker who has had real world success walking the talk – your audience is more apt to pay attention.

Paul uses humor. It’s important that a speaker be engaging without being overly intense. Being eaten alive could be construed as quite intense subject matter – Paul finds ways to share his powerful and entertaining experience in a way that connects with the audience and opens up possibilities.

It’s all about the audience. Paul’s words simply serve to produce an experience and provide the context through which audience members can observe and consider their own lives, weigh their options and choose how to optimize their actions.

A true professional, low maintenance and a pleasure to work with:

“Paul, it was a pleasure to work with you. Your making contact with me periodically leading up to your presentation made my job so much easier. When we got to Philadelphia, there were no surprises and the event went very smoothly.”

– Rae Malesh, Auxilary Activities Coordinator, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) 

“Paul’s personal story is truly inspirational, but his skills as a storyteller are what makes his story remarkable. Our conference attendees gave him great reviews. He’s also just great to work with. Paul is very personable and accommodating.”

– Tori Miller Liu, Director of Marketing and Communications at Global Cold Chain Alliance


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