SPEAKING

Since the beginning of time, powerful and well-told stories have played an important role in societies. Culture, knowledge, history, ideas are best served with enthralling tales.

I DO:

  • Fireside Conversations
  • Keynote Speaking
  • Question-and-Answer format talks

Here’s a list of the presentations I deliver to audiences:

  • COMMUNICATE YOUR GENIUS

The genius among us don’t only offer content – they move people. They not only push products, they become valuable in the lives of customers. Not ones to broadcast blindly and pray, they build audiences and fundamentally, they change the rules of work.

You need to learn about these traits if you are to become remarkable in how you market yourself, projects or business in the new economy.

  • STORY FORMATION & PACKAGING (Building a Personal Brand Online)

Start asking yourself: Who am I; what do I want to represent and how do I extend that using online media platforms?

You can now tap into the global brain with the tools and networks available at your disposal. Use this connectivity to advance yourself in your field of work.

  • EVERYTHING HINGES ON STORYTELLING

Unless we as people, along with the world of media and business, learn to value the art of telling authentic stories and include them in our strategies and such, we’ll ignore and eventually suffocate a crucial part of our humanity.

We are human; remarkable storytelling, since the beginning of time, has always had us attentively listening, entertained and wanting more.

  • WHY START A BLOG. OR ANY OTHER PROJECT?

We’re living in a transitional world! You can have your blog as a manuscript for the book idea you have. Or, use it as a platform to make great work that sells your abilities. Or just simply, touch people.

The systems which gatekeepers built during the last century are becoming obsolete. Now, you can be as creative as you want to be to get yourself and your work seen and bought by the world.

On the one hand it is intimidating. On the other, it is liberating.

Themba Jay on ThembaJay.com

 

Image credit: Carl Ramolefi