I can help you do it. I’m Terri Trespicio, and I think of myself as a brand alchemist:

I turn your passion, ideas, stories, and mission into messaging gold for your book, brand, or business.

Land Your Idea. Craft Your Talk. Wow the Crowd.

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What people are saying:

“If you want to move the masses with your words and ideas, I cannot recommend Terri’s coaching and expertise highly enough. She’s one-of-a-kind and truly a genius at what she does!”

Selena Soo, creator of Impacting Millions

“From germinating the idea to its pitch-perfect performance, Terri is masterful at ferreting out exactly what it is that you contribute to the world and naming it—which is the stuff Ted talks are made of. There isn’t anyone else I’d trust with my public talks.”

Negar Mottahedeh, PhDProfessor of Media Studies, Duke University

“Terri is fast on her feet and knows what she’s doing. If it were not for Terri, I doubt that I would’ve done the TEDx talk. In fact I know I wouldn’t have.”

Stan Tatkin, PsyDcouples therapist and author of Wired for Love

“Hey look! I found your thing!”

You know what I mean—your thing. The one that sets you apart, that makes you different, memorable, and worth someone else’s attention. I can help you find it.

Want to do a TEDx talk? 

A TEDx talk can be a real gamechanger. I should know—I’ve helped people create, pitch, develop, and deliver their TEDx talks. Including myself! (Twice!)

Want to be on TV? 

You don’t need a special degree or a bestselling book to be a go-to media expert. I’m the co-creator of Lights Camera Expert, a 6-week course that will teach you how to crack the media code, craft your pitch, and crush it on air.

Stuff to Read

How to play when you're not a sports person

I played on the girls softball league in my town in grade school. It’s not something I wanted to do, or asked to do. My mother simply signed me up and I did it. Why was I doing this? A few other kids from school were doing it, and it would…

What a happy person looks like

As a kid, my sister Kim fell into a cactus terrarium we kept on the windowsill (don’t ask why we kept cactus terrarium on the windowsill), and spent hours in the ER where they pulled out one needle at a time. She got a Cocoa Puff up her nose…

Things you think you can't do

Freshman year, I joined an after-school writer’s club, and even had a poem published in the school literary magazine. It wasn't bad. But I told my mother, that year and many to follow, that yes I liked to write, but “I’m not a ‘real’…

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