Notes from Elizabeth Bachaman’s keynote presentation at the November 2011 FEM Talks
Here is just a sample of the nuts and bolts advice that Elizabeth Bachman gifted to all of the women at the November 2011 FEM Talks. We also did a number of experiential exercises so we could practice embodying these practices in front of the room. Needless to say it was one of the most grounded FEM Talks! The usual ecstatic energy was replaced by an exuberant grounded feeling for the rest of the night. Here are just a few of Elizabeth’s teachings.
How to reach the entire room:
1) Invite the audience to YOUR party! Speak as if you are offering an invitation (rather than speaking AT them) Be free to be creative with any of your own visualization to help you here. You offer ana amazing service and knowledge, which is the key to solving some significant problems. Imagine that you are offering an amazing party, and as you speak your are an invitation to that party.
2) One great visualization that Elizabeth uses with her star-lineup clients is called the “Magic Carpet”. Imagine, as you stand on stage, that you are rolling out a beautiful ornate carpet that extends out to the edges of the room, out behind your audience to encompass them and out behind you as well. You will feel the difference and so will your audience.
We hope that you enjoy this small slice of the presentation that Elizabeth gifted to us.
We will see you again for “Become a 6-Figure Speaker Part 2″ on December 12th 2011 with KC Baker.
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As a director, Elizabeth focuses on pulling the best out of YOU so that you truly communicate with your people. Elizabeth has directed over 50 operas in more than 30 opera companies in the US, Argentina and Japan. Fluent in five languages, she has directed such legendary artists as Luciano Pavarotti. Elizabeth is also the Founder and Artistic Director of the Tyrolean Opera Program, a summer opera training program in the Austrian Alps.
Whether working with a client to jazz up their act, punch up their pitch or polish their presentation, Elizabeth helps her clients stop procrastinating, get past their blocks and take their show on the road.