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MEET THE SPEAKER
Author of the Amazon Bestseller Engage, Inspire Prevent: Strategies for Educating Teens on Sexual Violence and co-author of Speak Up: The Ultimate Guide to Dominate the Speaking Industry.
Co-founder of Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation, Inc and CEO of StageReadySpeakers.
Mothyna James-Brightful is described as
"ENERGETIC, PASSIONATE & INSPIRATIONAL" - by audiences.
Affectionately known as Sister Mothyna, she is a professional public speaker for over 16 years, she has logged over 40,000 hours on stage. During this time, Mothyna has trained over 100,000 individuals. Sister Mothyna is a co-founder of Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation, Inc. In recognition of her works, she has appeared in publications such as The Daily Record, Ebony Magazine, Be What I Want to Be Magazine and The Afro-American Newspapers.
Sister Mothyna currently serves coaches, speakers, authors, and entrepreneurs to elevate their public speaking skills as the CEO of Stage Ready Speakers. She is the co-founder of Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation, Inc., outrageously serving women leaders to create massive personal and professional success in authentic living.
Your signature speech is your why to the world.
This is perfect for leaders who desire to not only hold the attention of the audience but showcase their expertise in a way that builds substantial trust.
What strategies are we learning?
This class is focused on how to grab the audience’s attention and have them hanging on your every word. Here we learn the art of speaking with presence.
The Anatomy of a Story:
-Elements of a Powerful Speech
-Building Rapport with Any Audience
-Purpose and Impact of Your Story
-What kind of speaker are you?
-The Value in the Valley Principle
-Commanding the Room
WHY WE LOVE MOTHYNA
Do you desire to truly make an impact? Inside you’ll learn how to build rapport quickly. In addition to practical techniques and proven strategies to increase youth engagement, boost your creativity and facilitate a difficult conversation with ease. Grounded in an excellent overview of the field, this guide is perfect for those searching for an effective tool to build relationships with teens. Mothyna uses real personal experiences to emphasize points and share strategies to make the modeling of the lessons much easier.
This guide provides honest and straightforward information to support you in presenting the topic of sexual violence to audiences of children, teenagers, and young adults.
This guide is full of strategies for those new to the conversation and seasoned professionals alike. The discussion about groups alone is worth the investment. With over a decade of experience, it’s clear this author knows proven strategies and she is sharing it all