[TSE 118] How to Step Into the SpotLight and Develop Your Core Message with Alexia Vernon

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118 - Alexia QuotePicture this; bright lights, big stage, you at the center…in front of a massive audience who is just dying to hear what you have to say.

Tell me; does this make you feel energized and in your element or did you just break out in cold sweat with a hint of nausea just thinking about it?

Chances are it’s the latter. Many of us have a phobia of public speaking, but traveling the world to speak and share your message is incredibly important for building your brand.

Alexia Vernon has created a business around helping others step into the spotlight, develop their core message and spread it to the world.

To this day she finds it amusing that this is her journey because she’s had an on-again-off-again relationship with her own voice. From having a tongue thrust and wearing head gear at her first speech, it’s been a colorful adventure!

If you’ve been considering adding to your public speaking roster then be sure to listen in. Just click play above or  download this in iTunes or on Stitcher Radio (and do not forget to leave a review as these help others to find and enjoy my podcast).

 

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What you’ll learn in this podcast:

  • How Alexia got her start and finally honed in on her niche
  • Why you need to speak with your audience, not just at them
  • Her top tips on choosing speaking engagements and how to become comfortable in front of an audience
  • How you can organize speaking to support your lifestyle
  • The transformative way she used speaking to overcome a very personal experience
  • Why she decided to stop 1-on-1 coaching
  • Words of wisdom if you choose to go down the speaking route and how to build your confidence

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