MEAGAN'S TOP KEYNOTES
Uncovering The Power Of Who You Are
We all have labels, whether we're white, black, gay, straight, short, tall, heavy, thin, Jewish, Christian, happy, sad, and so on. Labels are often necessary and useful, but in an already challenging world they serve to divide and isolate us from each other even more. And they restrict and inhibit us from expressing who we truly are.
What if asking ourselves one question could change not only how we see the world around us, but also gave us permission to fully be ourselves beyond our labels? And what if in applying that question to our lives, and learning from our answers, we were able to create the life we truly want, deep down?
How to identify and embrace your labels
How to get clarity on who you want to be beyond your labels
How to be who you truly are out in the world
This keynote is for:
College freshmen who are striving to have the best college experience possible
Leaders on campus who want to tap into the depth of their potential in order to make a bigger impact
Graduating college students who want to enter the “real world” feeling confident they are going to make a significant difference
The Power Of Your Story
Have you ever listened to someone speaking and felt absolutely riveted? Research has shown that stories that are personal and emotionally compelling engage more of the brain and are better remembered than stating facts. Sharing a personal experience in this way can create a captive audience almost immediately.
Authentic storytelling, whether in presentations, interviews, conversations, or even pitching ideas, gives the listener an opportunity to connect with you, making the interaction more memorable. Even the briefest of stories told with genuineness and emotional connection can make a huge impact on those around you.
We all have stories to tell, stories that are waiting to be told. Tell yours.
How to utilize your stories in presentations, interviews, and conversations in order to achieve successful outcomes
How to uncover your own moments of transformation to use in effective storytelling
How to structure your stories to make your presence more memorable in any situation