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Create Clear, Concise and Creative Keynotes:
Make Every Word Count

Patricia FrippGuest Expert:

Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
(About Patricia)

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The Program:

Great speakers know how to make their presentations remembered and repeated. They craft their comments for the greatest impact. They edit to ensure they get their point across without being verbose and diluting the significance.

Many speakers use too many words and details, thereby reducing their influence. Do you say more than you need to? If so, how can you come across authentic, yet crisp? Notable, not forgettable. Memorable, not mediocre.

Patricia Fripp is the Queen of Succinct. Frippy equals pithy. Patricia believes a good speech is not a conversation. However, it needs to sound natural, not stiff, canned, or over-rehearsed. Listen in to what she means!

Hear Frippy’s best practices from 30 years of studying speaking skills.

You will learn to:

  • Make your comments more specific and better edited
  • Speak visually and with verbal punctuation
  • Add impact with advice from high-priced speech coaches
  • Get your message remembered and repeated
  • Fall in love with your content all over again

More about our guest expert:

Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE is a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, sales presentation skills trainer, and executive speech coach. Meetings and Conventions magazine calls her “one of the country’s 10 most electrifying speakers.” Kiplinger’s Personal Finance wrote, “Patricia Fripp’s speaking school is the sixth best way you can invest in yourself.” She is the author or co-author of five books including Speaker’s Edge and Speaking Secrets of the Masters. Patricia was the first female president of the National Speakers Association, is Alan Weiss’s partner in The Odd Couple Marketing Seminar, and is a faculty member of World Champions’ Edge.


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