Too many speakers write boring introductions that force the to kill all the energy in the room before they even begin their speech.

Your audience can read your biography in the event program.

They probably don't care about where you went to school, what degrees you earned, what positions you held in the corporate world, or how much money you make.

Audiences want to know why they should listen to you.

Why should they care?

What value are you going to bring to THEM?

How can you set the up to introduce you in a way that builds energy and enthusiasm and the audience to receive your killer opening line?

Hall-of-fame , Christine Cashen came up with a simple formula for creating introductions, and I used it to create the Intromatic.

Follow the prompts and enter your information. You'll end up with a short, light-hearted in just minutes.

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