Davide Di Giorgio is a longtime theater producer, creator, educator and audacious entrepreneur. His unapologetic approach that shatters the mold of following blueprints, formulas, and systems has quickly made him the go-to creative expert for successful speakers.
Davide’s journey into the entrepreneurial world began after a successful career in theater and teaching performing arts for a high school. The career change was motivated by wanting to have more control over his income as well as not wanting to work 18-20 hour days as he did in the past. With a background in the theater, it didn’t take him long to find his home in helping speakers perform on stage.
One of the challenges speakers face is their “performance” while on stage. Great speakers rehearse their performance, while average ones do not. It is vital to present yourself in the best manner as you have one shot to sell from the stage as either people will be moved to follow you and your message or they will not.
Ultimately, everyone has the ability to speak as it is the one skill people have been doing their whole life. For most people, they have to spend the time honing their message so it captivates audiences and moves people to take a specific action.
A skillset that speakers must master is creating a compelling vision which enrolls the audience. People buy through emotions, and it is the speakers’ responsibility to get their audiences to feel. The more you hone your message, the more people will want to hear you speak.
The only way to improve your ability to speak is to actually speak. Facebook provides one of the best platforms for individuals to communicate their message as they already have an audience. You’ve spent the time to cultivate friendships who already know who you are. By speaking in front of them leveraging the platform, you can position yourself as a speaker and ultimately attract in person speaking gigs.
Another way to begin speaking is to simply get 30 of your friends together and speak. You want to ensure everyone knows you are a speaker. Update your social media profiles to reflect it. People don’t hire entrepreneurs, but they do hire speakers.
The One Thing Davide recommends is to let the world know that you are a speaker, tell everyone you meet, especially people within your warm market. Let people know your areas of expertise. The more people that know who you are and what you do, the better the result.
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