Sharon feels that being an oldest child as well as a former teacher makes her the perfect candidate to boss people around.
All joking aside, when she learns something, her natural instinct is to turn around and grab the hand of the person behind her and share everything she has learned.
Sharon is a natural in front of an audience, and considers writing and speaking the best venues for sharing her gifts of encouragement and teaching. She approaches speaking in the same manner she does her writing; through storytelling, humor and authenticity.
Keynote Topics –
Motivational– Sharon draws upon her personal experiences with both failure and success to inspire, encourage and motive others to succeed.
Breakout Session Topics:
Once Upon a Time – With several years of blogging under her belt, Sharon has a lot to share, particularly when it comes to blog writing: finding your voice, overcoming writer’s block, brainstorming ideas for blog posts, avoiding common spelling and grammar errors, editing practices, writing an engaging sponsored post, and storytelling.
This talk is designed for bloggers or anyone who wants to be a better writer.
What to Expect When You’re A Blogger – This talk shares the practical side of blogging and is filled with nuggets of wisdom such as “The ABC’s of How to Lose a Reader in 10 Days” and “The 5 C’s of Confidence.” Bloggers of any experience level will come away feeling encouraged and confident.
Love the Home You’re With – This talk is based on the popular 31 days series by the same name. It’s perfect for the homemakers, crafters, moms, dads and anyone who is trying to create a home.
Any of these talks can be adapted to suit the needs of your event. If you’re interested in a different topic, just let us know.
What Sharon’s colleagues and peers are saying:
“Keep it coming.”
“You have a gift for teaching and encouraging.”
“I’m speechless…in a good way.”
“I needed to hear this!”
“You put beautifully into words what I have been feeling and couldn’t say!!! Time to overcome my fears. Thank you for giving me the tools for courage.”
“Wise, beautiful words!”
“I’m overwhelmed with just how amazing and powerful your words are.”
“Thank you for so eloquently showing us we can all shine our brightest when we be our best self.”
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