Which Story Should You Tell TODAY?

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Always remember, YOU have a story that someone needs to hear.

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  1. Laurie Hale

    Michael, that was a painful experience to share. I feel it because I just lost only at the Division Level, and have realized that maybe I am not cut out for being a public speaker. But we have to take the journey to learn what we are cut out for, don’t we? We can connect with people in other ways, like you have with coaching and hosting events. Thank you.

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    • Michael Davis

      Laurie, my apologies for the delayed reply. My problem with speech contests is that too many people walk away feeling that they’ve ‘lost’ if they don’t receive that first-place trophy. I love to win as much as anyone, but, the growth of our speaking impact is the long-term benefit. It’s not easy to do, but if you adopt the attitude “I don’t care about the result as long as I know I’m improving,” you’ll continue to benefit from speech competitions.

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