Natsuyo Lipschutz

4 ways to use ethos in persuasive speaking

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / April 4, 2022 /

4 ways to use ethos in persuasive speaking If you want to deliver a persuasive speech with the aim of convincing the audience to adopt or accept your viewpoint, you need to utilize the power of ethos.    Ethos is a Greek word meaning “character” that is used to describe the guiding beliefs or ideals…

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Global Business Connections – May 24th

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / March 25, 2022 /

May 24th 2022 in North Dakota Global Business Connections 2022 is a day packed with keynote speakers, panel discussions, breakout sessions, networking opportunities, and the 2021 Global Business Awards. Whether you are new to exporting or a well-seasoned traveler, this is an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals to explore new ideas, new markets, and new…

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Business Success Conference – March 23rd

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / March 21, 2022 /

Want to improve your storytelling skills or transform your business into a successful brand?⁠ Join the upcoming ‘Business Success Conference’ on 23rd March 2022 at 11am EST. ⁠ ⁠ At the conference, you will learn from the experts themselves as Natsuyo Lipschutz and David Wagstaff share their knowledge of mastering the art of storytelling and…

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Create an effective slide deck presentation

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / March 21, 2022 /

10 simple rules for creating an effective slide deck presentation   “Not another boring powerpoint presentation!”    Death by powerpoint is to be avoided at all costs if you want to deliver an engaging and impactful presentation!   It’s one the biggest things I dread when I see a speaker walk onto the stage with…

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Get a video evaluation of your speech or presentation

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / February 28, 2022 /

Get a video evaluation of your speech or presentation    I am pleased to launch a brand new service for business leaders and Toastmaster speech contestants to help perfect their speech or presentation. Clients can send me their speech video (up to 10 minutes in length), and I will record a personalized evaluation on video…

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How to get your audience to emotionally connect with you

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / February 14, 2022 /

Connections and meaningful relationships are crucial in business.  They’re the foundation for sustained partnerships and successful collaborations, whether it be with your team, your leaders or your clients.    Whether or not we’re able to acknowledge it, each of us carries an innate need to connect with other people. We all desire to be liked,…

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The art of selling as a public speaker

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / February 1, 2022 /

I’ve been a professional keynote speaker for the best part of 10 years, and every time I get up to speak, I’m often selling something. It’s not always obvious and in fact, I would never even consider myself a salesperson – but each time I deliver a presentation, I’m convincing my audience to buy into…

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As few words as possible

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / January 24, 2022 /

Distill your ONE BIG MESSAGE® to as few words as possible When we prepare to give a presentation or speech, the tendency is to say too much. We want to make such a big impression on our audience and demonstrate our expertise that we tend to use too many words which can often dilute our message…

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How do I make my speech more relatable?

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / January 17, 2022 /

Being a relatable public speaker is one of the best ways to get engagement and powerfully persuade your audience. Even with the most interesting content, getting your audience to relate to you can be one of the hardest things to achieve.    Why is this?    In all my years of coaching leaders and public…

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Toastmasters District 46 Podcast, “Transformational Pathways”.

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / December 14, 2021 /

Natsuyo Lipshutz recently made a guest appearance in Toastmasters District 46 Podcast, “Transformational Pathways”. In this episode, she shares her very personal stories on how she arrived in New York, and how the cultural differences posed some challenges, the adversities she faced, and how she overcame these challenges.   

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