Speak confidently and grow your business using public speaking

Are you a woman who wants to speak confidently and professionally?

Public speaking is the best and fastest way to     
get known as an expert and leader in your industry.

Get the help you need.  Book a call.

Don’t avoid doing what you know you must do to grow in business.



Your Way to the Bank

What you say and how you say it impacts your bottom line



Share your knowledge and expertise publicly to position yourself as an authority. Share how you got to be that person. People want to hear what you have to say.



Plan what you have to say to make your point. Create your talks with focus and structure. Being prepared allows you to be present with your audience.



Have your audience learn something valuable. Say it clearly in layman’s term. For maximum understanding, avoid jargon, acronyms or industry words.



Leave your audience motivated, inspired and ready to take action. People don’t want more things to figure out how to do later. Give them clear instructions.



A confused mind stops listening and stops caring. Be sure what you are saying gets to the point simply and succinctly for your audience to feel engaged.


RedStiletto speaker

Who is she? 

She is confident, bold and courageous. She speaks her mind, gets to the point and leaves you  changed. She’s sassy, classy and steals your heart. She makes you laugh, she makes you cry, she makes you want to buy.

RedStiletto speaker is confident in using the tools she learned to speak clearly and professionally.

Stage Fright Can Beset Even the Best of Public Speakers

The fear of public speaking is the number one fear – even greater than the fear of death.

The comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, famously quipped:

“If you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy”.

                                                       Here are 5 public speaking tips to empower you:

1.  Don’t avoid your fears, face them head on.

2.  Speak positively about yourself and your audience.

3. Focus on delivering a concise potent message.

4. Choose a topic that excites your passion more than your fear of speaking.

5.  Forget about your own success or failure and keep your eye on what’s important: the people.

What clients are saying:

“Donna has empowered me to talk about my business in a clear and concise manner. I now have confidence in my business, but more importantly in myself, which was lacking before. She has also shown me  how to listen to others so  their concerns are dealt with so my clients experience success immediately, as well.”

Chris Stanley / CEO, Life Beyond Reasons / Denver, CO