I’m finishing off writing a speech I’m doing next week.
There’s a ton of work involved in putting together an effective presentation, but the results can be well worth it.
So far, I think I’ve worked for 14 hours on the speech. Add in the hundreds of hours preparation and speeches I’ve done previously and you can see a fair bit goes into it.
My first speeches were about business. I’m finding I’m doing more and more about leadership and teamwork – which is often related to business.
What People Say About Me
If you’re looking for a speaking for your next conference or event, then I’d be very pleased to come along and help if I can.
You’ll find all the info here and quotes from previous audience members below:
“Brendon Sinclair’s talk was inspirational and absolutely hilarious.”
“Fantastic talk, I only wish we could have organised more time.”
“Every single student found the talk inspiring and inspirational and I can not express my gratitude enough to Brendon for giving his time so generously.”
“If you ever get the opportunity to hear Brendon speak don’t miss the chance to learn something while having a good laugh.”
“I really liked the style of speech, it was well crafted yet at the same time casual. The content was both insightful and entertaining.“
“…it was light-hearted but info packed. Easy to keep up with, though.”
“Brendon is a brilliant business presenter. His presentations are clear, concise and motivating. He offers advice freely and with great knowledge, whilst at the same time ensures interest with… his wit and his energy,”
“Very down to earth and real. Gave some great info that most people won’t tell you – refreshingly simple and to the point.”
“Bloody brilliant – you summed up marketing better than any speaker in my fourteen years…..”
“His self depreciating humour was great, for our students the positiveness of the speech was very motivating.”
“I loved Brendon’s relaxed way of presenting the info and his humour.”
“Your level of organisation was a very pleasant surprise…..but this kind of process provides some kind of comfort that speaker has given customer a little thought, and not taken a “one size fits all” approach to presentation.”
“You were a breath of fresh air……particularly enjoyed self effacing style – believe most attractive to an audience who expect consultants to present with heads slightly wider than average,”