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Immediately challenge the audience to discover a truth about themselves that proves the premise of your talk. If the group knows that you have an appreciation or understanding of their personal (or business) situation, they will engage. As a bonus, make them laugh within the first 30 seconds.
Post Tip Discussion: Meet Amy Lyle
I always enjoy to talking to folks who follow a path similar to mine -- sales, training, speaking. The way our careers end up different despite a similar progression is fascinating and demonstrates the possibilities available to all of us. There is not one path to your destination and not one destination for a path.
Amy Lyle is one of those guests who followed a path similar to mine and has built the latest iteration of her career out of failure. Or rather, talking about failure -- her own and giving people an opportunity to share theirs. And she's funny! And compelling.
I really enjoyed hearing about the training sessions she ran for recruiters. The programs may have been tough for new folks, but helping them find out early the role is not for them is valuable.
We also have a great conversation about sales and storytelling. Amy even references Iszi Lawrence's appearance from last year.
When it seems like the interview is over, keep listening because we kept talking. And enjoy talking about sweet, sweet failure. And an alpaca.
Most people avoid talking about their most cringe-worthy moments but not our next guest, Amy Lyle. She has turned her own disasters into The Book of Failures and her newest release, We're All A Mess, It's OK is a collection of funny essays and one-liners about the struggles of everyday life.
Amy believes that the filtered world is making us all feel less than and tearing us apart- but being authentic and sharing your faux pas with others brings people together. She’s a frequent guest on WXIA’s Atlanta and Company's, author, actor and public speaker.
We're All a Mess, and It's Okay
The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book of Failures
Amy on Twitter
Amy on Instagram
Amy on Facebook
Iszi Lawrence on 2-Minute Talk Tips
Random ramblings with Rob on Twitter
Call To action
- Have you read either of Amy's books? Let us know over in the comments below
- Visit Amy's site to sign up for her newsletter she rarely sends out or follow her on social media to see the alpaca. All those links are available above
- Share this episode with a friend, colleague, or relative by giving them the link http://2minutetalktips.com/AmyLyle
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