The 26th President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt said as early as 1901 and I quote: "Neither the critic matters nor does it indicate the stumbling block or how things could have been done better. Praise to the man in the arena, whose face is covered in dust, sweat and blood. The one who does not stop striving, making mistakes and missing again and again, because there is no effort without error or a negative side. But he who tries, who does, who knows enthusiasm, commitment and striving for the goal. Out of daring, so his place will never be next to the cold, fearful souls and heartbreakers who have never known victory or defeat.
What sets the talented executives apart is their amazing ability to look fears in the eyes and see beyond. Take the risk, for the chance and the chance is great. Because whoever faces his barriers wins hugely.
So how do you do that? How to find materials for a fascinating lecture?
Before you go out and talk, get back to your agenda, your one LINER. Do it by writing..you will see, it works like magic.
As we sit down to write, ideas and thoughts pop up, we suddenly discover that there is something burning in us to change, something that has always been there. Michael Angelo once said that he does not sculpt, but carves in stone until the statue is discovered. This is exactly what happens in this process. Something that sits inside for a long time and you did not dare to reveal for a thousand reasons - shame, fear, what they will say, etc. Suddenly comes out and the people who hear you will discover a new side in you and become your goal promoters without you asking. You will see that after you have written your manifesto, it will burn in you to publish it. Then start doing rehearsals and in these rehearsals you should maintain your personal style, no matter what, your audience recognizes fakes from miles away.