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29: Steve Werner on Death to Bad Webinars and Boring Presentations

Sales is nothing more than transferring your enthusiasm and certainty about your product from you to your audience

– Zig Zigglar

Death to Bad Webinars and Boring Presentations with Steve Werner

On Today’s Podcast

This week I sit down with Steve Werner. Seven years ago Steve left his corporate job to change lives through live events and public speaking.

Since then he has:

  • Held 63 sold-out events for himself and clients
  • Built more than 138 different presentations
  • Spoken on more than 200 live and virtual stages including Harvards Business Summit on marketing, influence, and conversion.

He focuses on helping coaches, influencers, and small business owners grow through webinars, one-to-many sales presentations, and live events.

 

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26: Terri Lynn Yanke on The Customer-Centric Experience ADVANTAGE

The Customer-Centric Experience ADVANTAGE with Terri Lynn Yanke

On Today’s Podcast

This week I sit down with Terri Lynn Yanke. Terri Lynn Yanke is the Founder, CEO, Biz Event Wizard + Experience Visionary of Eventful Advantage LLC, a premier event services company. Terri Lynn combines her MBA in Marketing, 20 years of executive-level corporate experience with event strategy and planning to help business owners and decision-makers create experiences, not just events, to build their business and brand plus be memorable.

In addition, she is Managing Director of eWomenNetwork – Madison, a premier global networking community where she produces and facilitates two events per month.

She enjoys speaking to various groups and associations about how to: “Create Experiences, Not Just Events – The Advantage of Taking Your Audience Over the Top,” “Build Your Business and Brand with Events – Whether In-Person or Online,” and “The Magic of Creating Experiences.”

Born and raised in the Madison, WI area, she recently returned “home” after living away (Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Baltimore, New York City, Connecticut, Dallas) for various jobs since graduating from the University of Wisconsin School of Business. She is excited to be closer to family and cheer on both the Badgers & Packers at a closer distance. When not working, she enjoys the outdoors, exploring new restaurants, trying new cocktails, craft brews, wines, and traveling. Terri Lynn is mom to Lindsey, who lives and works in Washington DC, and her fur baby, Odie.

 

How to Connect with Terri

[email protected]

www.linkedin.com/in/terriyanke

www.facebook.com/eventfuladvantage

 

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24: Sharmila Wijeyakumar on Human Trafficking

Resilience is the Key to Success in Overcoming Adversity.
– Sharmila Wijeyakumar

Human Trafficking with Sharmila Wijeyakumar

On Today’s Podcast

This week I sit down with Sharmila Wijeyakumar. Sharmila is Sri Lankan by ethnic origin, British by birth, and has lived between North America and Europe for the last 21 years. She is a survivor of Human Trafficking, and she shares her journey of healing from this atrocity by acquiring faith in Jesus Christ and a passion for doing something about this issue.

She first fought Human Trafficking with Pro Nino, where she reduced the rate of child trafficking by 49% in 13 Spanish-speaking countries in the early 2000s. This led her to found Rahab’s Daughters, a nonprofit fighting to prevent, rescue, and rehabilitate survivors of trafficking. She serves alongside her husband of 22 years and daughter to prevent trafficking and rescue and serve those trafficked. Sharmila leads over 200 volunteers and employees across 3 states.

​As well as leading her non-profit passion project, Sharmila works in the high-tech world of digital transformation for Veriday, a software & professional services company. She serves enterprise organizations with the help of an amazing team. She feels blessed to have the support & freedom to balance her faith, family, vocation, and passion.

 

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23: Valerie Mrak on Stop the Overwhelm and Get Results

Stop the Overwhelm and Get Results with Valerie Mrack

On Today’s Podcast

This week I sit down with Valerie Mrak. Valerie is a conflict transformation specialist who takes exhausted, frustrated relationships and helps her clients transform them into productive partnerships. She helps teams and individuals go from inaction and infighting to action and creative collaboration.

She is a TEDx and international speaker, award-winning filmmaker, and leadership coach who has empowered thousands worldwide to transform their business and personal relationships by creating possibility.

A bestselling author, she has been featured on radio and in publications such as the Chicago Tribune and has more than a dozen years’ experience coaching, speaking, and training.

Valerie has worked with organizations like AT&T, The National Park Service, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Rotary International, and PBS.

She was named in “100 Women to Watch” by Today’s Chicago Woman magazine.

A life-changing conversation with the Dalai Lama led her to a commitment to transform the conflict in her own life and master the principles of peace. She has interviewed six winners of the Nobel Peace Prize as well as many former gang leaders. As a result, she discovered the secrets of how to find the possibilities in impossible relationships.

Mrak lives with her husband, Michael, at the southern tip of Lake Michigan in Indiana, USA.

 

How to Connect with Valerie

[email protected]

www.mrakulous.com  

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20: Louie Sharp on Lead Like a Rock Star

Anything that comes from your heart, will touch the heart.
– Louie Sharp

LEAD LIKE A ROCKSTAR

How to lead your business, career, or job to create more money, free time, and fun.

Meet Louie Sharp

Louie is a nationally renowned, world-class keynote speaker with over 11 years of professional speaking experience. He has been seen on NBC, ABC, and CNN and delivered keynote speeches for distinguished companies such as DuPont, Edward Jones, Sage, Fender, and Axalta and most recently shared the stage with Jack Canfield!

Louie served 20 years in the US Marines. His service included travel to 21 countries guarding American Embassies and flying Huey Helicopters.

He was the Vice President of sales for Sound Enhances, a global company.
Add a successful business owner in his own right, Louie has started, bought & sold companies. He started his first company at 23, and 38 years later, it is still going strong.

Louie often donates his time speaking about leadership, self-confidence, and success to the less fortunate and abused. His forthcoming book is called “The Gifted Leader-How to Grow Your Business for More Profit & Freedom! “

Show Notes

What Is Your Story? How Did You Get to Where You Are Now?

I like to start in high school, in how I was involved in so many things. In high school, I couldn’t wait to get out. I couldn’t wait for my life to begin. I wanted to see the world. I came from a family that really didn’t have a lot of money growing up. I knew college wasn’t an option. So, I enlisted in the Marines when I was still in my senior year of high school. I worked that summer and then left for the Marines in October and never looked back. I spent four and a half years on active duty. It’s funny because the last guy I worked for was my boss in the Marines was an alcoholic. So, I got off of active duty, and I started as an apprentice in a body shop in Arlington Heights at the time. And it turned out, as fate would have it, that he was an alcoholic as well. I remember he had a company meeting. And I think there were 11 or 12 of us at the time. And he stood up. And now this is 1981. He stood up and said, I’d like to make $50,000 more for me this year, but I can’t afford to give anybody a raise. So I stood up and said, I want my check. I’m done. A bunch of other guys were like, Are you crazy? What are you doing? I said, did you hear what he just said? He just told all of us that he expects us to work harder, and we get nothing. It’s all about him.

At that point, I broke out on my own, and I literally started in a one-car garage that had no heat, no running water. I started with $500 in my toolbox. That was almost 40 years ago; Sharp Auto Body is still going. I now have 10 employees, and it was funny because I never really set out to be in business for myself. I went into business because I was going to go back to school full time. I’ve been working full time during the day and going to college at night. And then I saw an ad in the paper, and there was an ambulance company looking to hire a body man. I called up, and I said, you don’t want somebody coming into this building where all your drivers are sleeping overnight and fixing your ambulances from accidents with Bondo, dust, paint fumes, and all that stuff. I ended up contracting their work, and at that point, I decided to go into business full time and give up college. And as they say, the rest is history. In that process, I started a towing company, bought a mechanical repair shop, sold the mechanical repair shop, sold the towing company, still have the body shop, and started my speaking consulting business. So, you know, there’s 40 years in there, but that’s kind of how it got started.

I think that I still have wanderlust. I still love to travel. For me, some people are really drained by traveling. It energizes me. I think of it as an adventure. I love to see new places, experience new things, new cultures. I’ve always been curious, and I think that when you’re curious and afraid to try new things, you discover all kinds of things that you’re good at and things that you like to do and have fun at.

Tell us a little bit about how you got into the world of speaking?

I went to a one day Jack Canfield event for personal development and personal growth. They were taking applications for this program called, Train the Trainer. And to be honest with you, up to this point in my life, I didn’t even know that professional speaking or motivational speaking was a thing. But I went to this event, and I filled out an application. They said they were taking applications from people worldwide and would give you a call to interview you. Well, I never got a call. So I figured they didn’t pick me. Then, one day, I get a phone call, and they say you’ve been accepted. So, I go to the program; it’s a year-long program. I was selected without an interview because I was one of two veterans they took into the program because Jack Canfield wanted his work to get back to the veteran community. I ended up doing a total of 20 years in the Marines, but the rest of it was inactive. I was in the reserves. I did active duty for 14 months in Desert Storm.

During this year-long training called Train the Trainer, a woman named Lisa Nichols came in and spoke to us and told us her story. And she had us laughing; she had us crying, she had us laughing, she had us crying. And at the end of the story, she said, I shared my story because I want you to know your story matters. And at that moment, it was like the sky parted. And God struck me with a bolt of lightning. And I realized at that moment that everything that had happened to me in my life, all of it, had happened for a reason.

I was abused as a child, and then I did time in the Marines and started a business and all that stuff. And so when that hit me, you had to do homework. And one of the things you had to do in this training was you had to go back home because it was three weeks of live training with Jack Canfield in a room; he ended up with 86 people from literally around the world. And a majority of them, I’d say 90% of them, were already business coaches, consultants, or speakers of some sort. And here’s Louis being The Body Shop guy thinking, man, I’m in the deep end of the pool without a life preserver. And so you had to do at least a half-day seminar, and you had to do a keynote speech. So, a friend of mine got like 50 business owners in a room, and I went out. It’s weird because it was like I’ve been doing it my whole life. And to this day, I tell people, I don’t get nervous; I get really excited for it to start, right. But I don’t get nervous. I don’t have butterflies. I don’t get queasy or lightheaded or any of that stuff. I just get really excited for it to start.

I’ve also had some experiences. I play guitar, and I’ve played in bands for the last 35 or 40 years as well. And I’ve had nights on stage when people have come up to me after a set or at the end of the night and said, Man, you were awesome tonight. You were playing out of your head. And I tell them I was because it didn’t come from me, it came through me, and the music just flowed through me. So I can tell you that every time I speak, it usually takes four or five minutes, and then for me, it’s the Holy Spirit. You can call it whatever you want. But it just moves through me, and I tell people that if you saw me do a keynote speech, and you wanted to interview me immediately after, and held a gun to my head and asked me to repeat it, you’d have to kill me. Because I practice really hard, I research, live what I talk about, have a PowerPoint, and prepare like everybody else, but I just let it go once it starts. And that’s when the magic and the miracles happen.

Who Are the Clients That You Work With?

I normally consult businesses and corporations that are looking to improve their proficiencies to get profit and time.

What Is the Free Gift You Are Sharing with the Audience?
I want to share w1 strategies on developing and creating your unique selling proposition. With everybody And that’s going to be a free resource. Go to www.thegiftedleader.com and type in your information.

 

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6: Mona Aburmishan on Can Comedy Cure COVID?

Your comedian is your modern-day philosopher, court jester, celebrity, teacher, reporter. You have to know a lot about a lot of things. – Mona Aburmishan

International comedian, philanthropist, and Ph.D. candidate, Mona Aburmishan, sits down with us and gives us the roots behind her passion for stand up comedy and the TOP THREE NINJA TIPS to raise your wellness with comedy and why it is so important today, more than ever. Mona concludes by offering access to one of her live stand-up comedy classes “Class Clowns” where she’ll be teaching the secrets to great stand-up comedy, effective conflict resolution, and the art of transparent negotiation, which all show up regularly in the stand-up comedy world. You won’t want to miss this podcast, nor her 90 min workshop.

Meet Mona Aburmishan

Mona is an international comedian based in her hometown of Chicago. She has performed, emceed, and produced comedy shows, competitions, and events in major clubs, theaters, and universities around the world. In addition to comedy, Mona is a sought-after speaker for her experience using stand-up comedy to bring joy and affinity to various socio-political topics in the United States, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Mona has a Master’s in International Development and is fluent in English, German, and Arabic and performs in these languages. Having lived and worked around the world, Mona uses her global insight and homegrown Chicago-style to offer a fresh look at shifting frustration into funny.

Most notably, Mona became the first Arab and Muslim woman to perform stand-up comedy in the nation’s most prestigious institutions: Carnegie Hall in New York City as well as the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC; and will be returning this Fall! Currently, Mona is back home in Chicago after having completed a powerful Pre-COVID touring schedule throughout the US and recently WON the “Kennan Thompson Road to NYC” comedy competition in Las Vegas this year; having just completed her Summer tour throughout the West Bank, Europe, and the United Kingdom.

As an international producer, host, and headliner Mona in less than one week performed and produced 9 shows spanning Palestine, Switzerland, and the heart of London’s thriving comedy scene. While in London, Mona was a special featured guest honoring her self-produced tour on “Islam Channel” as a thriving female Muslim entertainer which was broadcast to over 100 countries. In addition to regularly performing in the US, Canada, EU, UK, and the Middle East, Mona is a sought-after headliner on the African continent. Becoming a regular in the South African market, Mona just recently headlined one of the world’s top ten comedy establishments – The Cape Town Comedy Club and returns to tour the entire Sub Sharan African region again in early last year. As for Northern Africa and the Middle East, Mona was a featured guest on “Al Bernameg” with host Dr. Bassem Youssef’s ground-breaking satirical news program (once North Africa’s version of “The Daily Show”); as well as headlined Comedy Central’s latest Season 2 and 3, Premier “Comedy Central Present: Stand Up Al Waggif” filmed on location in Dubai, UAE – featured throughout the Middle East and Africa.

She was the first female to headline this revolutionary series produced by Viacom. Stateside, Mona has been a regular throughout the Midwest, Northeast, South, and West Coasts of the US. While touring Mona always checks in with Chicago-based media as a consistently featured guest on “Pretty Late with Patti Vasquez” Chicago’s #1 late-night radio show WGN 720 Radio as well as a regular feature on Chicago’s #1 daytime talk show, Windy City Live! Globally, Mona launched “Class Clowns” a stand-up comedy, improv, spoken word & writing workshop for kids and adults of all ages in all environments using the comedy club as a microcosm for leadership, self-expression, face-to-face empowerment, and healing. The workshop is currently running in Chicago & Cape Town, South Africa. She is currently working with the University of Chicago to teach medical students comedy skills to relate better to their patients and overcome racism and income disparities.

Show Notes

Share with the audience a little bit about who you are, and why you’re on the journey that you’re on right now.

The truth is this. I’m your classic bullied kid that turned out when I went back to my high school reunion that I was the bully. So I’m the reformed bully. I had a lot of stuff going on at home that I was bringing to the table. There was a lot of stuff going on personally, were making other people laugh, made me feel good. That line of comedy and tragedy, I walked my whole life. I was a big kid. And to get anybody to give me attention, I had to be the funny kid. And typically the funny kid can be the bully. So that’s my talk. My conversation and my journey was the emancipation of your high school class clown. It’s a shift in perspective. Where laughter is the best medicine.

And you teach this laughter all over the world. I know you’ve been on some big stages, not only here in the United States, but internationally, so talk about that.

I am my own worst bully. Because imagine, if you’re the bully in school, who do you think you’re bullying? You’re bullying yourself all day. We comedians bully ourselves. It’s like this rat race. So as my career was getting better and better, it took me a long time to look back and say, hey, Mona, you’ve done Carnegie Hall in less than a decade, kid. How about you tone down all your self-hate? How many of us are super successful and still like I can’t believe it.

Where did you grow up Mona?

I grew up in Chicago by Wrigley. I have a Palestinian father whose immigrant came in 71. I have an American British mother and my grandmother immigrated after World War II from the United Kingdom. That was back when Arabs were the hippies. My pops in the 70s had this big Afro. And my mom said he’s super cute. So I had a hard time understanding my own identity. My Grandmother has a British accent, and my other grandmother is Palestinian, and I’m their translator because they don’t speak the same language.

How did you get into comedy?

It was one Christmas Day. I had come back from Namibia finishing my thesis in my late 20s. And my family said you need to be a comedian. My family said, listen, you’re working so hard to entertain us. You need to be a comedian. I said, I just got my master’s. The way they came to me was as if it was like a confessional. But that was the best journey of my life because I did a deep dive into intellect because my first reaction was like, I’m not going to be a comedian because they’re dumb. Turns out, it’s the exact opposite. Your comedian is your modern-day philosopher, court jester, celebrity, teacher, reporter. So you have to know a lot about a lot of things.

Key Takeaways

Here are three tips on comedy:

  • Tip #1 –  The most important rule in comedy is “yes and.” So whatever you’re dealing with, lean into it. If you just got into a car accident, “yes and.” How was this car accident here to serve me? Right? So whatever is going on in your world think of it as the world isn’t happening to you, it’s happening for you. You just have to add these principles of comedy. And these are principles of self-development.
  • Tip #2 – The second would be a perspective exercise. Everything makes sense from the other person’s perspective. What is that perspective? And how is noticing that gap in difference important? For example, when I walk into a comedy club, I walk in early and I evaluate my environment. Where’s the waitress staff, what’s going on with that? Has the lighting been set up in my environment? What is my environment? Understanding how they interpret me as an American comedian who has an English accent, what data are they assuming is true based on my walking on stage?
  • Tip #3 – And third is going to sound counter to number one, but third is the power of no. Being able to say no, these are my boundaries. Then you can have you have control of the mic, and you have control of your voice. When I teach these comedy classes for kids I tell them they can navigate society by being able to say yes, by being able to make fun of yourself, by understanding how the audience sees you, and how you’re seeing yourself, and able to say, no. No one’s ever gonna mess with your mind.

Mentioned in This Episode

90-minute class clowns workshop.

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Since recording this episode, the Class Clown Workshop was canceled. In lieu, Mona is giving our listeners 20% off all services when mentioning the Overcoming Mediocrity Podcast.

Website: https://monacomedy.com/

 

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