Everyone wants to be heard. 

Everyone.

...which is why it's so painful to be overlooked, interrupted - or flat out ignored. 

 

It happens to each of us from time to time. 

The problem is when it happens...

all the time.

We all know how to operate a Zoom call.
Now it's time to be heard on one.

Research shows that the virtual environment has actually exacerbated existing gender disparities, making it harder for female executives, leaders, and contributors, to be heard. 

 

A screen may look like a level playing field - but it's not. 

Have you ever been in a meeting or event and...

... Struggled to get a word in edgewise

... Worried about interrupting

... Feared coming off as aggressive

... Been cut off mid-sentence

... Wanted to say something, but didn't

It's time to unmute.

You can participate without interrupting
- and compel without being inauthentic.

It's time to be heard.

Join me for

How to show up, stand up, and say your piece — online and everywhere else.

 

ACCESS NOW!

In this free one-hour webinar,
you'll learn how to:

Contribute to the conversation without "fear of interrupting"

Give yourself an advantage before you walk (or click) into the room

Support others without coddling or caving to dominating personalities

Compel attention with authority and assertiveness - not aggression

Reframe what it means to speak up, and why it's not a zero-sum game

PLUS!

Things you should STOP saying in every meeting going forward

Hacks for getting conversations back on track 

Tech solutions you may not have considered

Insights and best practices inspired by improv, stand-up comedy, public speaking, and media

“This is the first truly practical, implementable presentation on this subject I have seen. Incredible!”

 

– J.T., workshop participant

 

Whether you want to make a bigger impact, 

or just make your point

 

It’s time to

How to show up, stand up, and say your piece — online and everywhere else.

 

ACCESS NOW!

About Terri Trespicio

Terri Trespicio is an award-winning writer, speaker, and brand advisor. She helps individuals and organizations to nail their messaging and engage clients, customers, and fans. She also leads writing workshops and retreats all over the country to help people tap their creative genius. Her TEDx talk, “Stop Searching for Your Passion,” has more than 6 million views. She was recently named by Hubspot as one of the “Top 18 female speakers who are killing it” and cited as one of the world’s leading creatives by Creative Boom magazine. A former magazine editor and radio host at Martha Stewart, she has appeared on the Today show, Dr. Oz, The Early Show, The Martha Stewart Show and The Anderson Cooper Show. Her work has been featured Oprah magazine, Marie ClairePrevention, Business Insider, Forbes.com, and Inc.com.  She leads several events and retreats each year for people who want to surface their own creative genius, including the Six Week Sprint. An in-demand, top-rated speaker, Terri is also a stand-up comic and has performed all over New York City and beyond. Terri earned her BA in English from Boston College and a MFA in Creative Writing in 2002 from Emerson College, where her thesis, a collection of poetry, won the Graduate Dean Award. A finalist for the Iowa Award and Glimmer Train, her literary work has appeared in The Greensboro Review, New Millenium Writings, and The Baltimore Review, where she won first place in their 2016 creative nonfiction contest. Her forthcoming book, tentatively titled Unfollow Your Passion, will be published in spring 2022 by Atria Books/Simon & Schuster. She lives in Manhattan.

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