More than 600 corporations and associations, thousands of small businesses, and six of the world’s leading business schools know the better you are at connecting and communicating face-to-face with all kinds of different people, the faster you’ll pull ahead of the competition.
That’s why they contacted Nicholas Boothman.
Speech – How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less
When you’re connecting and communicating your ideas to strangers your success depends on making instant, meaningful connections and articulating your messages in ways that are friendly, memorable and easy to understand.
In this speech Nicholas Boothman shows audiences how to use the tools that belong to all of us – face, body, attitude and voice – to make a dazzling first impression, establish immediate rapport and trust and assemble the words that persuade others to act on their ideas virtually and in person.
Audiences learn to make a great first impression, articulate their ideas so they get acted on, connect with the emotions, appear socially smarter.
Speech – When Strangers Come Together
AN ENTERTAINING KEYNOTE THAT REVEALS THE METHODS, MYTHS AND MIRACLES OF TALKING TO STRANGERS
If you’ve ever been on the subway or in an elevator, you know the rules. Don’t make eye contact, stay as far away from other people as you can, and whatever you do, don’t talk to strangers!
But what if the rules are wrong?
In this stirring interactive speech Nicholas gives dozens of real-life examples of chance encounters between complete strangers that paid off. He demonstrates how to recognize and connect with the five different types of strangers virtually and in person.
Whatever it is we want in this life chances are we’ll need a strangers help to get it. To understand this is to recognize one of life’s simple truths. Life doesn’t happen until strangers come together.
Speech – StorySpeak – Because Facts Tell but Stories Sell
When Warren Buffett, the second richest man in the US and holder of the unofficial title “America’s Greatest Storyteller” was asked, “Do you enjoy your work?” He replied, “I tap-dance to work.” That’s StorySpeak. He credits his ability to create word pictures and short stories that quickly simplify complicated concepts as a big part of his success.
StorySpeak invigorates brands, stimulates marketing, sways attitudes and opinions and arouses growth. The names PayPal, Apple and Windows are all StorySpeak. Mohammed Ali’s “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” Pure StorySpeak.
Since the beginning of time, thousands of free-spirited, everyday people use StorySpeak to capture audiences, pitch and present ideas, problem solve, inspire loyalty and open hearts to new horizons.
Some Clients & Quotes
“Training the New York Supercops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman.”
“They don’t call him the ‘kick-start expert’ for nothing. Nick sets the tone for the day and has people connecting like old trusted friends in no time at all.”
“Nick has an ability to cut through so much of the blather that is dished out these days. His preparation was critical in giving our team HELPFUL tools they could take out into the workplace immediately.”
“Great Job! Everyone at our convention really enjoyed your talk. It was impressive to witness all the conversations that followed.”
“I have personally worked with Nick on 3 events and in each he has gotten rave reviews.”
“Uplifting, inspiring, full of hope and a host of skills we can use right now.”
“Every time Nicholas has spoken on our behalf he has enthralled and impressed the audience from the first minute and a half of the presentation until the last syllable was uttered.”
“AWESOME You are a gifted speaker, Mr. Boothman!! What a joy to listen to you. Your enthusiasm is absolutely infectious. Excellent feedback from the participants.”
“The rave reviews are still coming in. Your professionalism, charisma, intellect — are why you are considered one of the best in your field. Again, thanks a million. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to work with you.”
“Nick’s presentation resulted in really useful attitudes, improved customer service, raised productivity… and more fun at work.”