Generosity Practice Before the Big Talk

Christina Frei

When I work with clients, the on-boarding process is the 30-Day Generosity Practice Mastery Program. This is a powerful daily 10-minute habit, the Generosity Practice, which prepares folks to rock their marketing.  Amanda, a millennial consultant who helps corporations retain their younger staff, describes below how this changed everything when speaking in front of 55 Fortune 500 executives that had the potential to give her $100,000+ in business.

Amanda’s specific Innate Marketing Genius is Nurturing Straight Talker.  This means she loves giving her people the straight scoop, but with compassion. She does this from the stage, speaking to all kinds of corporate groups. Here’s  what happened when she used GP before a
big talk:

 “[Related to the] big speaking engagement I had.
This is the one with 55 execs from mostly Fortune
500s. I have given well over 800 speeches at this
point and very rarely am I rattled, but this one
felt different. I guess I knew there was a lot on
the line for my business. 

That morning I woke up and did GP [Generosity
Practice]. And as a gift to the world, I gave out
listening ears. Sounds odd, but I know my audience
probably has an idea formed in their head and my
job is to bust up that idea and replace it with
facts. As I got ready that morning, I was calm as
could be. 
No butterflies, just a normal day in
beautiful Carmel, CA.

The speech could not have gone better! I had them
laughing and yelling things out to me and a few
minutes later I had their mouths hanging open in
disbelief. Stellar reviews! I even had a guy send
me a video testimonial that basically said you
could hear “craniums opening” while I was talking
EVPs from some of the biggest companies in the
world came up to me asking to set up a time to
talk about next steps. WHAT?!?!?!?”

I want you to have this kind of success and connection when you market your business.   

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Can’t wait to see what your version of “marketing awesome” is.