How to Stop Using A Crutch Word

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When I did my Winning Workshop Secrets: How To Grow Your Business With Live Events teleseminar series in July, Felicia Slattery was one of my speakers.  She  is a communication consultant, speaker, and coach and specializes in training busy professionals to succeed by communicating effectively with clients and prospects and the creator of Signature Speech Secrets.  She shared some great information about how to develop and deliver the content for your workshop.

In this video, Felicia talks about how to stop using crutch words in your presentations.  And if you are doing workshops, you know how important that is.

I know I have my crutch word. It is “now”. I like to begin all my sentences with it. But “now” I know about it and I can work on not using it anymore. What is yours? Please share in the comments…

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Daphne Bousquet, CMP

Daphne Bousquet, CMP

For more strategies to make your workshops and seminars more profitable, you’ll want to pick up a copy of the free report "Three Simple Secrets To Making 10K In A Day With Small Workshops." Daphne Bousquet uses her 20+ years of event industry experience to create profitable event strategies and marketing for coaches, entrepreneurs, speakers and self employed professionals that want to grow their businesses with workshops and seminars. She is the creator of the Butts In Seats Virtual Boot Camp, a unique digital course that teaches you how to fill your events with your ideal audience.
Daphne Bousquet, CMP
Daphne Bousquet, CMP
Daphne Bousquet, CMP

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  1. Hi,
    My crutch word- is inserting “you know”. I know…a really bad habit- I have been working to correct it. Awareness is key:) Great blog- thanks for sharing.
    Warmest,
    Sheri

    • Daphne Bousquet, CMP says:

      Thanks for sharing Sheri. Awareness is key, and so is practice. It is so easy for those little words to slip back in:)!

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