I already know you really do want to be so good they can’t ignore you, otherwise you wouldn’t have clicked onto this page.
So it’s a given.
Let’s not beat about the bush and be shy. You want to so good they can’t ignore you. In fact the idea of being star communicator — speaker, storyteller, persuader — gets you excited. Being a flop certainly has no appeal.
Now all we have to do is work out how to get you to your version of stardom, whether it’s
- on the platform,
- at a family occasion,
- at a business function,
- presenting to your colleagues or
- persuading a customer.
You only need to know these three things.
1. You don’t have to be embarrassed about it
So, you’re no Abraham Lincoln or Oprah Winfrey! There’s no shame in that. No mere mortal is born so confident and capable they can influence millions. Not even Abe or Oprah. It’s a learned skill and a studied art form.
2. I can get you there
The only thing I will ever put you down for is you putting yourself down.
You have to understand this; I believe in you more than you do. I have this underlying philosophy that you haven’t got this far by accident. and you haven’t come this far to only come this far. In fact I have been known to say, you are ten times better than you think. The only person who is stopping you from being so good they can’t ignore you, is you.
Seth Godin once wrote something I believe in wholeheartedly,
‘Just imagine how much you’d get done if you stopped actively sabotaging your own work.
We must be talented, powerful and resilient creatures indeed given how much we manage to produce despite the constant undercutting, ridicule and needless censorship we aim at ourselves.’
3. You can trust me. I know how to make you shine
I can get you so good they can’t ignore you – and I have never lost a ‘patient’.
The ‘About me’ page tells you my whole story but for now you only need to know I will get you to be so good they can’t ignore you.
The other stars’ testimonials on the ‘solutions’ page ought to reassure you that I can help you too.
Send this ready-to-go email and let the Star Maker go to work on the masterpiece that is you.
These people asked me to help them be so good they would get noticed, and look how things turned out.
I’ve been giving presentations all my life. I was a high school teacher and a TV performer in Gladiators so I always felt natural on my feet in front of a crowd. However. Working with Colin Pearce as a speaking coach took me to a new level. With a combination of observation, face to face feedback and coaching on Skype, he helped me craft and perfect my personal story into my presentations where I am getting amazing results and sales – and further bookings.
Lourene Bevaart (Mebourne)
5 Times Women’s World Karate Champion
Winner of the first Gladiator TV series
Highest ranked Australian Woman Leader in ASEA
I started working with Colin Pearce through a network of Australia’s most distinguished speakers of the Professional Speakers Association. Colin offered his valuable time to coach and mentor me as part of the associations up and coming speaker development through the Kerry Nairn Scholarship in 2011. It was for my first major speech which was in Parliament House in the Grand Hall. I spoke in front of many distinguished guests and as a 21-year old, I was very inexperienced with sharing a story and getting a message across. Colin persevered with my inexperience and built the confidence from within me to present a memorable speech that I still hear about today. The way Colin can identify one’s uniqueness, and encourage them to share authentically is something that I will always cherish. Colin’s skills as a speaker and a speaker trainer is suitable for the seasoned veteran to the novice first-time speaker.
Lachlan (Lockie) Cooke (Perth/Sydney)
EY Social Entrepreneur of the year 2015.
Founder: ICEA Foundation.
Taking a series of speech coaching lessons with Colin is like learning to read and write all over again only this time I had enough understanding and maturity to appreciate the benefits that were coming my way! My skin was thick enough, my voice deep enough and my spirit strong enough to absorb the constructive, insightful (and occasional ‘admonishment’) that leads to rapid learning. All my listeners are thankful that Colin took me under his spell of articulating everything splendidly.
Tim Burrow (Adelaide)
Chief Executive Officer.
If you are genuine about how I can help you be a better communicator to your staff, your team, your market or your customers, email me and request a phone call. We’ll chat for a few minutes and see if we are a good fit. I’ll listen, explain the process and give you a quote.