Below are resources you can download for free to help you become a Speaking Success!



This is the recipe to follow if your want to create a highly effective, memorable and repeatable speech.

The C.A.R. Technique Worksheet

This worksheet will help you construct clear, concise and accurate stories to support your speeches, interview responses and networking conversations.

The Relationship Development Cycle

a model for helping you learn how they could build stronger relationships. You can use of this model to deepen the relationships you have with yourself (as leaders and speakers) and with others in the course of doing business, enhancing your communities, and enriching your personal and family lives.

The Relationship Cycle

The Relationship Cycle


The Audience's Expectation Hierarchy

The Audience's Expectation Hierarchy is a neat blueprint you can use to guide you toward creating a presentation that meets your audience's expectation. It will help keep you audience-centric and deliver the highest level of audience integration and retention of your content and purpose.

Intentional Faith

Intentional Faith has so much positive energy. When every action you plan has the full Faith and power of your Intention you will increase your opportunities for success. Don’t wait for success to happen to you by accident. Learn to be in control of your success through your Intentional Faith.



“The 3 T’s”. It exists as a basic communications tenet of advertising, commercials, and really effective communicators. The 3 T’s, designed to increase the effectiveness of what you say to your audience, are as follows:

  1. Tell the them you are going to tell them

  2. Tell them

  3. Tell them you’ve told them

The Hierarchy of Success is a step by step graphic that will help you visualize the path you take from when you set yourself a goal until you achieve it. At the top of the chart is "The Cycle of Success" which illustrates the ongoing process you follow to achieve your goal. In this cycle, once you’ve observed the insights from your last attempt, you take action to achieve your intended result. After your attempt you react to the result of what you did. You reframe your action based on this knowledge and then you process it for your next attempt.