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Create Your Compelling Keynote - with multiple Emmy Award winner Bill Stainton

  • Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Kirkland 11215 Northeast 124th Street Kirkland, WA 98034 USA (map)

For 15 years, multiple Emmy Award winning Executive Producer and keynote speaker Bill Stainton had to be creative — on demand — each and every week.

Bill led his team to more than 100 Emmy Awards and 10 straight years of #1 ratings. Today he helps leaders achieve those kinds of results–in their world and with their teams. He blends the business smarts he learned from twenty years in corporate management with the show biz sparks he gleaned from working alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, and Jay Leno. This combination of experience creates riveting presentations enjoyed by audiences around the world.

And in this 1-day workshop Bill will guide you in creating your own compelling keynote that helps you get booked time and time again.

Bill Stainton

Bill Stainton

Marriott Executive Boardroom

Marriott Executive Boardroom

Note: This is an exclusive invite only event therefore space is limited - (We can only accommodate 10 people max in the executive board room)

  • The tools in this program will provide you with what you need to create keynotes that are worth thousands per speech. 

  • Once you truly master them, you should be able to command $2,500.00 - $5,500.00 per engagement. 

  • That means, with one speech, you can make 10 to 20 times what the program costs. 


Would that be worth it?

If you invest before midnight on February 28th, you will receive $100 off the original price, which brings your investment down to only $197.

That’s $197 when you invest now! 
We are also limiting the course to 10 participants so register now before it is sold out.

How to Register?

Please click on the Purchase button and follow the steps . Getting Started is as Easy as 1-2-3

Remember: This program is about developing a keynote once that you can deliver forever. 

Agenda for the 1-day workshop

10 to 12: Anatomy of a Keynote, Part 1

• The function of a keynote

• Specific roles of an opening and closing keynote

• Skillset of a successful keynoter

• Defining your Month After Message

• Keynote structure

• Bathroom Blockers (a refresher)

• Filling your Bag of Tricks

• Building the body of your keynote

12 to 1: Working, Q&A Lunch

1 to 2:30: Anatomy of Keynote, Part 2

• Recap and questions from Part 1

• Crafting your open and close

• Your keynote title: the forgotten element

• Crafting your introduction

2:30 to 2:45: Break

2:45 to 4: The Art of the Story

• Finding your signature stories

• Developing your signature stories

• Adding humor

• Delivery tips

Important Logistics and Notes:

Parking:

Complimentary parking and easy access from I-405 freeway.

FOOD

They do not allow outside food brought in. Period. They do cater food there (lunch is about $25-30 per person, but we’ll get better food if we go out.