Talking Talks: How much of yourself should you bring to stage? With Rachel Service


In this episode of Talking Talks I speak with Rachel Service, founder and CEO of The Happiness Concierge.

Rachel in a TEDx speaker, global expert on workplace culture and says she's never met a microphone she didn't like!

We talk about how to contain emotion, who you are really there to serve, tricks to be "present", how to cue your audience before interaction, what sort of feedback to ask for.

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About Rachel:
After experiencing an aha moment at a Beyonce concert (true story!), with $300 in her bank account, entrepreneur Rachel Service started Happiness Concierge™, the company empowering thousands of people across the globe.

Since then, she has saved companies millions by empowering their people, partnered with ASX listed companies, retail banks, universities and government departments and shifted the dial on workplace culture.

Rachel’s personal ethos is about giving people tools for empowerment.

Her award-winning approach to personal and professional growth has been featured in the media, on the TEDx stage and implemented in companies across the globe.

Rachel’s core message is doing the work of continual growth enables you to create your own definition of success.

About Talking Talks:
Talking Talks is a behind-the-scenes look at how world class speakers craft and deliver their presentations. A video series created and hosted by behavioural specialist Bri Williams, you'll hear from real-life public speakers about their approach to presenting.


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