171 Playing Your Position with the Audience – Alan Stein, Jr.

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Audience, Speaking, Relationships, Tribe, Influence

171 Playing Your Position with the Audience – Alan Stein, Jr.


Not every speaker is a great fit for every audience. It takes a special communicator to stay within his or her lane and realize when they are not a good fit for a particular tribe. Today’s guest will help you play your position, stick with your strengths, and make an impact by serving your audience in a way that reaches them best.

Alan Stein, Jr. is a father first. Then, in no particular order… he is a coach, consultant, speaker and author. Alan improves organizational performance, cohesion, and accountability through captivating keynotes, interactive workshops, and personalized coaching.

We’ll explore: 

  • Why parenting is Alan’s first priority.
  • How to get your audience to give you want you want.
  • What to do when you find out your audience is not your “tribe.”
  • What Alan wants from his audience, and what to do if that changes.
  • How Alan relates to his audience on a personal and does not talk down to them.
  • Alan’s strategies for getting his kids to go to bed, and how you can apply the same strategies with a client.
  • Alan’s three action words in speaking: share, challenge, encourage.

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