This episode is all about the Beauty of Plan B! I also want to mention that we just finished up the very first group of Activated speakers! So be on the lookout because I'll be having a few of them on the show. So if you're on the Activate waitlist, there will be a special opportunity for you. If you're not, there is still time. But for today, we are going to talk about having a backup plan for when things don't go just right.
– Do you use PowerPoint? (3:38)
– Do you use props with your message? (6:54)
– Missteps and knowing your stage (9:12)
– Have a backup outfit (11:47)
– A backup plan is just flexible (14:22)
I've learned some lessons during my speaking career about being prepared with a plan B. Having a Plan B will help you also be a more confident speaker because that will be one less thing you need to worry about. I want to know some tips for your Plan B!
Join the Facebook group to continue the discussion. Not on Facebook? No worries, find me on Instagram! I would love for you to share with me how it is going for you.
Connect with Mary
Thanks for joining me on today's episode of, Take the Stage! Please head over to iTunes or wherever you listen, give me a 5 star, and leave a review to help me reach even more speakers who are ready to Take the Stage. Also, don't forget to visit me on Facebook or hang out with me on Instagram to stay up-to-date on what's in store for you.
This was great, Mary! Thank you for helping us be good “girl scouts!” *Be prepared. Do the job well, even in an emergency. ?
Motto: The Girl Scout motto is “Be prepared.” In the 1947 Girl Scout Handbook, the motto was explained this way: “A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed. Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency.” The same holds true today.