Are you tired of listening to keynote speakers who are nothing but ‘rah-rah’ cheerleaders?
Do you want a ‘feel-good’ conference speaker or do you want a speaker who gives you real tools and tactics — that makes money for the audience?
Any reasonably decent keynote speaker can deliver an airy-fairy speech that gets polite applause. Applause is not hard to achieve. The hard part is getting a speaker who inspires your audience to act and implement strategies and tactics right away and creates a buzz in the audience’s brain.
What causes audience’s brains to buzz?
A speaker must understand how the brain processes information. Science has proven that the brain learns through layering and repetition. To create buzz, a keynote speaker has to have fresh, powerful concepts. And the concepts need to be taught through a combination of layering and repetition.
Just like you learned your ABC, through layers (first A, then B, then C) and then repeated it long enough to know your ABC. Layering and repetition are the tools the brain needs to learn and implement strategies and tactics instantly.
Presenting Sean D’Souza: Keynotes with buzz
Audiences learn quickly at Sean’s events because he uses powerful adult learning systems that allow the brain to quickly process information in a logical, structured manner.
Most audiences write furiously when Sean speaks. He makes audiences laugh. He makes them participate and uses interactive skills that get audiences involved. And Sean uses dozens of examples and case studies that enable audiences to learn and implement tactics quickly.
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