Motivational Speaker Eva Grayzel tells a hospital story about how music transported her to a happy place. Read more stories on her blog.
"How do I get started as a speaker?" Once again, I was asked this question. Here is my answer to all who are interested. MARKETING: Start by designing a one-page profile which includes program title, description, objectives and a bio. Here are six one-page profiles, each tailored to a different audience. Export as a PDF [...]
When audiences hear Motivational Speaker Eva Grayzel, a take-away message is 'never give up.'
This week, I had a FIRST. In-office consulting. A moment after entering the office, I overheard the receptionist tell a patient that their usual doctor was out of town and they would be seeing Dr. X, the fill in doctor. If I heard that, I would simply say, ‘schedule me for a week later when [...]
When I first started lecturing, my manager would notate how many times I used the word 'um,' 'and' or some other filler. I didn't believe her when she told me I was upwards of 30 'ums' in a one-hour speech. At my next lecture, I began to hear myself use the fillers. As my transitions [...]
I am guilty of misusing my voice. I'm not a sports coach; I don't teach a large exercise class; When I lecture, I always use a microphone. However, from as long ago as I can remember, I was always being told, 'lower your voice.' I never hit my children, but I would yell. Radiation [...]
A meaningful and memorable 3-minute speech
My frequent hoarseness drove me to see a specialist to rule out cancer with a laryngoscopy. Then, I had 8 sessions with a speech pathologist who specialized in 'Vocal Hygiene,' (I love that title) for preservation and healthy maintenance of the voice. My hoarseness improved even on days when I went in with a hoarse [...]