Trish Springsteen discusses the importance of knowing why you do what you do – when it comes to sharing your business message, presenting or getting up to speak knowing why can enhance your message and make it powerful. Do you know why you do what you do? Knowing the answer to this question will enhance your communication skills and leadership skills when you are sharing your vision and mission with your staff and / or your team. Do you know why you do what you do? Knowing the answer will help when you are starting out on your public speaking journey. It will help when you are overcoming your fear of public speaking and it will help when you are conquering your nerves to get up and speak.
Drop by Trischel’s website http://www.trischel.com.au to see how powerful knowing your why can enhance your presentation and public speaking skills. Have a conversation with Trish Springsteen and share your why with her – http://trishspringsteen.com
Trish Springsteen is an award winning trainer, mentor and author specialising in speaker training. Typically Trish works with published authors helping them to learn how to turn their books into keynote presentations.
Before founding Trischel along with her business partner, Trish had considerable experience in a variety of managerial positions in the corporate sphere. The one uniting factor, and the one that became a passion, was the absolute necessity for clear and effective communication. Trischel’s public speaking courses and mentoring programmes provide effective public speaking skills to ensure that maximum potential is achieved when speaking in public.
Trish has spoken on national and international stages. She has presented keynote and seminar presentations at conferences and meetings for organisations such as International Medical Recruitment, Australian Institute of Office Professionals, Australian National Laundry Conference, Red Cross and PD Retreat.
Having personally experienced the fear of public speaking, being lost for words when facing questions and missing opportunities because of this fear; Trish is passionate about helping others conquer their fear of speaking and communication. Trish brings the skills and experience she has learned from following her role models Sir Richard Branson, the positive thinking and overcoming negative self talk from Jack Canfield and the lessons from Steven Bradbury to always be prepared, to her mentoring programmes to ensure that her clients are always ready, confident, coherent and competent to be prepared to speak when opportunities come by.
Trish holds a degree in Business Management and is a member of Business Professional Women, Women’s Network Australia and Women Speakers Association. She has brought improved speaking and communication skills to published authors, bloggers and introverts. As well as communication, speaking and presentation skills to accountants from Crosbie Warren Sinclair; executives from The IQ Business Group and Aurecon; scientists from Rio Tinto Alcon; engineers from James Hardy and property retail experts from Jones Lang LaSalle.
In addition to be awarded the National Edupreneur 2015 Award in the Professional Speaking Category, Trish has also been a Finalist in the ILAB Global Impact 2015 Awards and has been nominated for the Telstra Business Awards.
Trish is the author of Creating Confident Communicators, co-author of Learning Can Be fun: Trischel’s Book of Blogs and A-Z of Interview Skills – how to shine at your interview; and a contributing author in Motivational Speakers of Australia; Picture Them Naked – everything you wanted to know about presenting and public speaking; and The Book of Success a life-changing book that offers precious, practical and thought-provoking insights that will inspire you to be the best you can be at home, at work, and everywhere in between.