You're authenticity on steroids.
I really connected with you. You're one of us.
It's something I hear from EVERY audience – a comment about how real I am. And they mean it as a compliment. And I think it's one of the reasons I get booked. And sometimes they say that only from what they've seen on my website. Why are so many people amazed at my authenticity? Is everyone else on a stage perceived as fake? What makes me real, and what makes that stand up and stick out in my crowded industry? And can we all benefit, not just speakers but people in general, by looking at how the world perceives us – fake or genuine? And how can we show our "market" that we are genuine? And where does being real get us in life and in business? Is that an advantage or a disadvantage?
No answers yet. But I think these are darn good questions.