Motivational keynote speaker, Lisa McInnes-Smith wowed the audience with her recent keynote at the DSAA Conference in only 18 minutes, according to roaming correspondents K Peterson and C Smith.
“Lisa McInnes-Smith totally grabbed my attention” said the first delegate that we interviewed. “She charged the atmosphere with positive expectation”
“Absolutely brilliant” said another “She engaged the whole audience in the learning process”
Lisa McInnes-Smith was given just 18 minutes to showcase her highly coveted talents to a room full of seasoned delegates from the Direct Selling Industry. These highly successful corporate leaders represented many well known brands in Australia and worldwide such as Tupperware, Avon, Amway and Mary Kay. They hear many motivational keynote speakers and high calibre of their company training and conferences is well known. So the buzz was big when they poured accolades on Lisa McInnes-Smith for her 18 minutes of fun and learning.
Here’s what a dozen of the delegates had to say about Lisa's motivational presentations straight after the keynote presentation… ….
“She makes the message memorable even though we’ve just listened to 8 other presenters. She’s fun and I want her to speak at our conference.”
“We only got a small taste of her unique teaching style but I’ve already changed my posture.”
“I loved the pain vs agony example. It’s a strong message for embracing self discipline and a reason for going beyond discomfort to get results.”
“Her ideas are so practical and applicable. You don’t realize how much you’re learning because you’re laughing”
“I loved the way she recognized and rewarded participants. The audience wanted to get involved.”
“Her language and examples were so clear and yet so vibrant. She was a great ambassador for Ovations speakers’ bureau. We would put her on our conference program anywhere in the world.”
“She’s a breath of fresh air.”
We couldn’t illicit a negative comment from one delegate. We’ve concluded that this motivational keynote speaker was a huge hit!
(Thanks to roaming correspondents K Peterson and C Smith for allowing us to reprint their report.)