Delivering daily messages of hope and inspiration is just one of Jeremy’s primary passions. He looks forward every day to making a difference in their followers lives by sharing his stories of struggle with the best of everything he has ever seen, heard, studied, and tried.
10 Tip for Achieving Your purpose
Have you ever noticed that there’s an enormous gap between the time we commit our goals to paper, and also the time we see them take place? I know I sure have.
Seth Godin, the most popular bloggers on earth, and bestselling author dedicated an entire book to this issue. Seth calls the gap between when we got down to do something, and when we actually begin to see results: The Dip. This award-winning author states, “In order to be the best, we must first go through, the dip,” which Seth describes in their book as: “A metaphorical valley, as well as a steep, tall peak.” Seth writes, “The peak is the thing that we must climb if we’re ever likely to become world-class at our craft.”
How often Do You Get To Make a First Impression?
Princeton psychologists Janine Willis and Alexander Todorov found that it only takes a tenth of a second for our subconscious mind to begin forming a viewpoint about someone we meet.
Watch this short video to find out why it’s important to result in the cover of your “book” as attractive as possible.
10 Ways to Make a Good First Impression
No. 1: Focus on getting the person to speak about themselves. No. 2: Proper posture is imperative. No. 3: Locate a common connection. No. 4: If you’re with a job interview, know something concerning the company! No. 5: Make eye contact. No. 6: Don’t fidget. No. 7: Go easy for the perfume or cologne. No. 8: Be genuine. No. 9: Remember fondly the name of the people you meet. No. 10: Close over a good note.
The product in question Is What You Get
“The Universe must give you the picture you have in your mind about who you are, and just what you deserve to have - it doesn't matter how impossible the situation might seem.” ~Rhonda Byrne, Author of The Secret
We all have a picture in our mind about who we are, and who we should be. All of us see ourselves in a certain way. But too often, people don’t see themselves as successful, as living a life of abundance. Instead, they see themselves as defeated, as having just enough to get by. Often times these negative images were developed throughout their childhood. They may have grown up around people with little hope, little motivation and occasional self-esteem, and now they’ve had to fight that influence all their life. The good news is: There’s no problem with their hardware as we say. There’s just a glitch within their software. And that might be fixed.
Jeremy delivers the kind of speech audiences wish for but rarely get.
Definitely, the success of an event hinges heavily upon the quality of the speaker. Appears to be impactful message is delivered where individuals walk away feeling better off than before they came - you do have a great event. If not, well…you have a not-so-great event.
As one of the fastest growing in-demand speakers, Jeremy brings his A-game whenever he’s given the opportunity to address a crowd. With his natural ability to tell great stories, coupled with his fast-paced wit and intellect - Jeremy passionately delivers clear messages that motivates and inspires audiences to try his time-tested strategies and get away from many of the lessons he’s learned hard way.
Jeremy has been speaking publicly for pretty much 20 years and has keynoted dozens of events. He has received countless standing ovations and dispersed advice go on numerous television networks for example ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and CNBC. Book Jeremy for your next event and watch him WOW! your audience.