#17 How to become an Expert

sjdeloatch : May 22, 2018 7:43 pm : Blog

This week I want to talk to you about becoming an expert. I’ve read the book The 4-Hour Workweek, author Timothy Ferriss

and in that book he talks about becoming an expert. I want you to grab that book to help you a little further.

This episode is sponsored by my FREE Resource Page for Women Entrepreneurs. Click HERE to gain access to that page or just text the word FREE99 to 33222 to gain access. I update this page weekly just for you!

3 ways to become and expert:

  1. Join two or three trade organizations which are related
    to your topic.
  2. Offering to give a one-to-three-hour seminar at a nearby library or in your city.
  3. Offer to write articles for trade magazines or internet websites. Use your social media sites, blogs, podcast etc

Here I am teaching the Women at Word Tabernacle Church in Rocky Mount North Carolina

I had the opportunity to teach the Women “How to make their Brand Voice Speak: 3 ways Women in Ministry can reach the Masses ” If you feel this  Workshop would be a great fit for your Audience let’s have a conversation by clicking HERE

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#16 Asking yourself these 3 questions will lead to a Profitable Speaking Business

sjdeloatch : May 15, 2018 11:43 am : Blog

Asking yourself these 3 questions will lead to a Profitable Speaking Business

This week I want you to ask yourself these 3 questions & asking yourself these 3 questions will lead to a more Profitable Speaking Business. You will be on course to build that business you desire. To gain access to those 3 questions go HERE once you gain access the 3 questions will be on the second page so print it out and answer those questions.

  1. Why do you want to speak? 
  2. How does Speaking fit in what you’re trying to accomplish?
  3. What do you enjoy doing most?

Don’t forget to print out your FREEBIE  and answer those 3 questions for you and be honest with yourself!

My friend and Coach Shermika Lemon is giving  a FREE Masterclass on May 16th @8pm EST  to help you to expand your Speaking in Corporate join the free class TODAY! Click the picture below to register

Once you’re done with the class grab the course TODAY! Click HERE

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I know this episode will help you to really get on track with your Speaking Business.

We will see you next week!


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#15: How to upgrade your Speaking Skills

sjdeloatch : May 8, 2018 2:11 pm : Blog

#15: How to upgrade your Speaking Skills

Strengthening your speaking skills can help you advance your career and increase
your confidence in social situations. Follow these tips on how to prepare and deliver
memorable presentations that will make you a hit with your audience.

In this Podcast Episode I share with you the 3 ways to upgrade your Speaking Skills. Implement this 3 ways and your Speaker Business will take off like wire fire!

1. Know your topic. Pick a topic that you already know and love. If you need to
present a new subject, perform thorough research. Gather facts, statistics, interesting
anecdotes and quotes from experts.

2. Know your audience. If possible, identify the background and size of the group
you’ll be addressing. Find out how well informed they are about the material you’ll be
presenting. You don’t want to talk over their heads, but you don’t want to talk down to
them either. It’s also helpful to know their average age and other characteristics

3. Keep your purpose in mind. Most presentations seek to persuade, educate
or entertain so focus on what you want to achieve. For example, you may want
to motivate clients to sign up for a new service your company is offering or you may
want to help your employees understand changes to your company health insurance

-Learn how to craft your Signature Speech in these 3 easy steps. Download your 3 day game plan to your Signature Speech

-Check out our #Speaker Resource of the week: Impact the World Success Tips for Speakers 50 Tips to Jump-Start your Speaking Career


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Profit from Effective Speaking

sjdeloatch : May 1, 2018 2:06 pm : Blog


Developing and utilizing presentation skills can result in increased income for you. Here are a few ways that you can turn your  speaking experience into business profits. Click play in the video below for your 3 ways to Turn Speaking experience into business profits.











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Different types of Presentations

sjdeloatch : April 24, 2018 7:20 pm : Blog

There is more than one type of presentation that can be given to an audience. The purpose of each might be different, with the main goal being to influence the audience in some way. Below are some tips on how to get it right, as well as a list of some of the common types of presentations you might be asked to participate in throughout your life. Some you may have already tackled. Check out the Video below as we give you 7 different types of Presentations.


Crafting a presentation requires the same skills no matter the venue or the audience. I would love for you to join my FREE Facebook Community The Boss Women Elite Speaker’s Lounge. Each and every Thursday we have a FREE Training around speaking. Click here to get access today.


I have a page just for speakers FULL of Resources. Click the picture below and gain access to those Resources.


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Coping Strategies for Presentation Nerves

sjdeloatch : April 16, 2018 5:43 pm : Blog

If you are not nervous before a presentation, then you are lying to yourself. Even a veteran speaker gets butterflies. Here are some strategies to assist with overcoming nerves that can sabotage your talk.

Speaking is a skill that everyone needs to cultivate, although most would rather be having a root canal instead. Why? People are fickle and frightening. An audience can turn as quickly as week-old bread. Whether it is a group of twenty or a group of 1,000, the dynamics of your presentation should stay the same. A stable foundation of how to reach your audience will give you the confidence to speak to any size crowd.

That alone won’t be enough however. So, here are some coping strategies to tip the scales continually in your favor.

Press Play and I will give you 5 ways on How to Cope with Presentation Jitters










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sjdeloatch : April 9, 2018 2:24 pm : Blog


Time was you could open up your virtual “shop” (i.e. your website) and with a little bit of SEO work, a few blog posts, and some social media marketing, you’d soon have a growing audience.

But the times are changing and it’s harder and harder to build a responsive audience. Not impossible, but much more difficult than it once was. Today, it takes a lot more than a keyword-rich URL and an opt-in gift. There are simply too many other coaches all competing for your ideal client’s attention.

You need to find a way to:

  • Stand out from the crowd
  • Offer exceptional value
  • Brand yourself
  • Establish your place in the industry
  • Declare yourself as the go-to leader in your niche

Do this, and you’ll find yourself at that magical place where new fans join your list every single day—seemingly without any effort on your part. Not only will your list grow, but so will your profitability. PRESS PLAY below & let’s discuss the glue to your Telesummit. “The Theme”


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Why It’s Worth Fighting Your Fears And Start Speaking!

sjdeloatch : March 12, 2018 10:01 pm : Blog


Everyone hears about being nervous when speaking, and when you overcome it, you become confident and very successful.

What you don’t hear from successful speakers is about the journey itself.

For example, when I started in the field of speaking, I was a call center employee. As a Production Team Leader, I had to develop concepts and designs to solve problems within the call center by training, coaching and teaching.

So when I started my speaking career back in 2014 I was so scared and terrified, that even the thought of being in front of a group of people, made me feel physically sick, and would make my heart race so much, I thought I was having a heart attack.

Clearly, I didn’t want to go through my life like that so I did some training with Speaker Coach Cheryl Wood  

I went through her 8 week Speaker Intensive titled “Sizzle Speaker Insensitive for new and emerging speakers. In that 8 weeks I build confidence in myself as a speaker and what I bring to the marketplace. Several months later I had one of my very first speaking engagement in front of hundreds of KIDS…YES kids! YIKES! Kids will tell you the truth at all times LOL

I walked out onto the stage in front of 200 children.  Suddenly my legs started to shake so much I thought I was going to fall down. So I did what all young adults love to do is “dance” I had to make sure I stayed in touch before hand of today’s music. I felt so nervous but it was what the children wanted and needed.

All I achieved that day was to let the youth and their parents  know who I was and that I was one fun speaker. Needless to say , I had so much fun and it was so easy for me to relay the message to them I was hired to do!



It was such a new experience that I had to make a decision to quit or do something about it. (I was unable to get into the witness protection program to lose my identity!)

Well I studied, practiced and used everything that I write about in my book and then some coming up in the Fall of 2018 so stay tuned.

And do you know?

I was confident, created humour and had them laughing, created pathos so they could feel sad, lifted them with excitement, spoke a very clear message, had them in the palm of my hand and when I finished ,they stood up to applaud.

Pretty good eh?

I  realized that day, that being a great speaker helps you make more money, no matter what your job is.

So what made the difference? What transformed me from soft spoken lady to one of the most speaker to check out in the future? And could anybody do the same? Clearly, the answer is yes, if they went through all the stuff they I had.

Why am I qualified to say this?

Because it is based upon my learnings, my studies, my experiments, good and bad, and most importantly, on my real life, in the fire, under the hammer, experience.

Overcoming the fear and building the skills, step by step, not only transforms your
presentation skills, it builds your confidence in all parts of your life.

And isn’t that a good enough reason to start! Well heck yes and you can today!

Let’s have a chat about how you can get start with your speaking right away! I want to give you a strategy that will push you a little more further. Book your Speaker Clarity call with me today and let’s get your speaker Career on the roll. I can’t wait to hear from you! Click here to book your complimentary call!

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The First 3 Minutes

sjdeloatch : March 6, 2018 4:43 pm : Blog



This is it! You’ve landed your first Speaking engagement. You’ve have prepared and rehearsed. You are all ready to give your best presentation ever.

As you begin you have exactly 3 minutes of your presentation to grab the audience attention and build rapport to ensure they buy in to what you have to say.

In the first 3 minutes of your presentations, your audience is sizing you up. They are deciding whether they like you and whether are you worth listening to. If you lose your audience in the first 3 minutes you will be playing catch up for the rest of the presentation.

Why at the first 3 minutes of your public speaking engagement is most important period of your presentation? This is the time where the attention of the audience is naturally high and focused. Here is where the audience decides to hear you out or not. First Impression counts and you have only one chance at it.

In this crucial period you need to build rapport with your audience. Rapport is a prerequisite for effective communication. Before presenting any material you must build rapport with your audience.

When people are like each other, they like each other. When you have enough rapport with your audience, they will feel acknowledge and engage with you in your presentation.

You can build rapport with your audience by;

– Using the words they use. Use their Jargon’s and preferred terms.
– Use the same tonality and say it like they do
– Use the same gestures and postures.

People create bonds with each others by finding shared experiences. Tell a story to your audience which relays to them that you are exactly like them. Meet as many of your audience before the presentation and build rapport with them individually.

Right form the start let your audience define their own expectation and do your best to meet those expectations. Experiment with different types of openers to see which builds more rapport for you and with your audience. Be flexible, use as many different openers and evaluate your results. The openers which build more rapport with your audience for you will be the best ones. The types of openers that you can look into are;

o Current Events

o Humorous

o Real-World Situation

o Musical

If you have built enough rapport with your audience in the first 3 minutes of your presentation the rest of your presentation will move smoothly. You will have an engaging audience and you will be able to have fun with them and be yourself on stage.

Remember the first 3 minutes of your presentation is the most crucial of all. Start off your presentation with the right foot.

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You’re Always Speaking So Be Prepared

sjdeloatch : February 26, 2018 5:35 pm : Blog

The funny thing about presenting and speaking is that the majority of people will tell you they don’t enjoy it and/or aren’t very good at it. And yet regardless of who they are and what they do, most of the speaking they do on a day-to-day basis IS public speaking.

You see, mostly when we talk to ourselves we keep it as an internal dialogue that nobody else can hear. But whenever we open our mouths and actually make a noise in front of another person we’re speaking in public – hence “public speaking”. So why do so many people find it so scary?

I think it’s the eyes. All those sets of eyes fixed on you….. BORING into you. It’s unsettling. So would it be any easier if your audience was ignoring you and all looking the other way? What if they all dozed off so it WAS as if you were talking to yourself? (Have you ever been a Rotary after-dinner speaker?)

Whatever the reason, the fact is that before getting up to speak, even the most seasoned professional will have some butterflies, whether they choose to call the feeling nervousness or excitement doesn’t really matter. Rest assured, we all experience it to some degree.

If I had one tip to pass on, if I was asked to tell you the most important lesson I’ve learnt over the years I’ve been presenting, it would have to be to stress the absolute necessity of being totally prepared.

Now this may sound obvious and I’m sure you’ve heard this before, possibly many times, and like a lot of important messages it tends to become diluted the more we hear it “Oh yes, I knew that, now what else?”.

And yet, knowing this, some people will be outside in the car park seconds before they have to deliver their sales pitch scribbling it out on the back of a business card. I know, I’ve been there.

When I talk about being prepared, I mean you should know your talk off by heart. You should be able to give it verbatim, standing on your head, without even having to think about what comes next.

Now some of you may be thinking “Yes, but I don’t work like that. I like to keep the spontaneity” or “Yes, but I want to tailor my talk to the occasion” or “Yes, but that would be boring because I’d just be on auto pilot.”

But actually, that’s not what happens. In effect, the opposite is true. When you know your talk by rote, it gives you the freedom to change it around, to add, to subtract without losing your direction. It’s like driving from A to B. If your route is set from the outset and you know it well, you can safely veer off and browse in a few antique shops and have a pub lunch in a picturesque village off the beaten track and still get back to where you were to complete your journey.

But, if you’d just set off in the general direction with no main route to which to return, you’d soon get lost if you were to be diverted and you’d have difficulty picking up that thread again.

You see, there are so many things out there that can throw the speaker, and lots of unexpected things can occur when you’re dealing with the public. No matter how good you are, you will become distracted, so knowing your material to the nth degree is absolutely crucial.

If something happens that needs your attention, you’ll have to stop and deal with it, but you can return to your talk with barely a glitch and appear calm, collected and hence the ultimate professional.

You see we all get nervous. We all stick our feet in our mouths sometimes. We don’t ever operate in a hermetically sealed environment, especially when exposed to other humans. But prepare, prepare and over-prepare and not only will you enjoy the confidence of knowing that nothing can phase you because you know your material, but if you’re forced off your chosen route for any reason you can return smoothly and appear to be the consummate professional speaker.


As a speaker you should have  a keynote of presentation prepared. I want to give you 3 ways to plan your Keynote or Presentation so that the next time you’re asked to speak you’re prepared. Click here to get your 3 ways TODAY!



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Sharlrita uses writing to spread motivation and inspiration. Author of 4 book publications she loves to minister to all through writing her stories. Known for her captivating story from Felon to Favor she also help other inspiring writers maximize their stories through writing by partnering with her Husband Anthony Deloatch to help writers dreams come true through Writing Coaching “Writng Dreams”.