Oct 27, 2020
Communication has been a vital part for the human civilization. But do it play a major role in pushing your nonprofit forward?
In this episode of Nonprofit Architect, Travis talks with Lewis Chaney, a business Storytelling Consultant and a Public Speaking Coach. Lewis is a TEDX Alumni, Photojournalist and a Director with extensive background in Television News, Entertainment News, Commercial Advertising and Independent Film.
They discuss on those minute details that unknowingly become dangerous for your Nonprofit. Starting from their own experience, they end up by giving some powerful tips to make your Nonprofit stand out.
Listen in now and be informed.
[00:34] Takeaway #1 : Struggling to move your Non-profit forward? Join the Nonprofit Alliance, a mastermind group launched by Travis, where we talked with nonprofit leaders and branding experts on how to stand out among the crowd!
[02:50] The worst thing you can ever say is I'll wing it!
[06:38] She said, "If you don't listen to me, you don't want to listen to me."
[11:00] Getting to that damn point!
[16:58] She had no idea what a phonebook is!
[20:11] Find out if Travis is started getting selfish. What's your magic bullet for getting over fear?
[24:37] The weights(at gym) don't get lighter, they weigh the same instead you grow stronger.
[30:05] You owe them to give them your best!
[34:42] Takeaway #2 : Check out Lewis's course on his website. Let the best speaker speak out of you!
"If you clutter things people aren't paying attention to you anymore."
"You coming late and you get out early"
"If you wanna get your message out, you might just have a moment or two! "
"If I have a 3 hour speech to give, I'll get up and write it right now. No big deal!
If I only have 20 minutes, I'll put in 10 hours to make sure those 20 minutes are as synchronised as possible.
And if I only have 5 minutes, I'll spend the whole week to make sure I maximize each and every second I am allotted."
Over the course of a long,
award-winning career, Lewis Chaney has told tens of
thousands of stories in Television News, Entertainment News,
Commercial Advertising, and Independent Film, working with everyone
from the homeless to the rich and famous. In addition, he has
trained over 100 journalists and photojournalists, is a TEDX alumni
and award winning speaker.
As CEO of GET TO THE DAMN POINT, LLC, he's here to do just that helping you save time, increase your value and raise the bar in your nonprofit.