Chip Eichelberger is a motivational sales expert who persuades and inspires audiences to take action on priorities in their personal or professional life. He brings a positive energy in highly interactive sessions with audiences.
His approach to speaking is different from many speakers and on this podcast, he explains how he plans and executes his talks.
As a speaker, Chip suggests following the Jerry Garcia quote, "You don't want to be the best at what you do, you want to be the only one." Listen to the podcast to understand exactly what he means when it comes to being a speaker.
People will forgive anything except a lack of energy and a passion.
Don't just talk to the audience - carry on a series of interesting, connected conversations. Then move with purpose. Look at one person, move toward them with your physiology, plant yourself, then move when you're going to the next thought. Chip uses Tony Robbins as an example of this idea and expands the idea with some of the benefits of this behavior.
Presenter or Persuader. Which are you? Listen as Chip describes the difference and what he does with his business card so that a person is still carrying it 10 years later.