Saturday, September 01, 2007


Outstanding speakers always work hard at their craft. They practice, practice, practice. They demonstrate what I call “focused persistence.” They have spent many years in becoming an overnight success! They understand that their mistakes and difficulties are opportunities to help them grow and develop. Many take calculated risks and do not think about failure. However, when they have setbacks, they will eventually move forward to their desired outcome. Great speakers enjoy what they do best and have fun doing it. They know the better they become, the more bookings they will get.

The Coach thinks . . . that if we apply the above characteristics, we too can become great at something.

(C)Sandra Schrift


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