021: John K. Bates

Find out more about John K. Bates at http://www.executivespeakingsuccess.com

Find out more about John K. Bates at http://www.executivespeakingsuccess.com

John is the author of the soon to be published book "How to Create and Deliver TED-worthy Pitches, Presentations & Communications." His pet peeve and the stuff his nightmares are made of? Great ideas that are poorly communicated.

John has spoken at hundreds of conferences, business schools, and other venues all over the world, including the renowned TED Conference since 2011. 

John receives rave reviews from top level execs at Prescience International, Motorola Solutions, the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Labs in the Silicon Valley and Boston, Stone Brewing Company, and many others.

People regularly call John's “Creating ‘TED-worthy’ Pitches, Presentations and Communications” the best communications training they have ever received. 

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4 GREAT REASONS TO LISTEN TO JOHN

1. Learn key components to de-stressing your public speaking

2. Discover a great spin on handling rejection and criticism

3. Find out how you can step into your passion and make it work for you

4. Hear what finally motivated John to write his upcoming book

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WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT JOHN...

John is an authentic role model of his highly acclaimed approach to public speaking: act like you’re talking to your best friend. His practical advice to write and speak like you think is something both introverts and extroverts can grasp onto and be successful.