Why do the greatest speakers stand for something? Because they know how to use their conviction to increase the power of their message. One of the world's best speaking coaches, Lisa Nichols, shares how to use your conviction to increase the power of your message.



 

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Have you ever wanted to make an impression — as a speaker, mother, father, entrepreneur, or business woman? The first step, according to one of the world's top speaking coaches, Lisa Nichols, is knowing what you stand for.

All of the greatest speakers and leaders knew that they have to stand for something. Their message had to be fueled by their conviction (think Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. or Nelson Mandela).

But whether your audience is made up of one person or one thousand, Lisa Nichols shares has a few questions in this video to help you find out how to use your voice to change the world.

Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols is one of the top speaking coaches in the world today, with her ability to command a stage and inspire audiences globally placing her among the very best orators in history — alongside legends like Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, Nelson Mandela and more. But before Lisa became the #1 most-requested teachers on the hit movie, The Secret, her life was filled with unimaginable scarcity and struggle. Today, Lisa is only one of two African American women to take her company, Motivating the Masses Inc., public. She’s authored six best-selling books and has made numerous appearances on shows like Oprah, The Today Show, the Steve Harvey Show, and Extra. Now, she’s joining Mindvalley to teach you how to use your voice to find your mission, inspire others, and rally people behind the causes that sing to your soul.

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