How do you brighten even the darkest days? The answer is knowing where to look!
Trevor Perry’s signature keynote will reveal the answer…
Shine your light and make a difference in your world!
Empowering You to Make a Difference in Your World
It’s tough to see things clearly when surrounded by clowns, frowns, and a world turned upside-down.
We often get stuck in mindsets that keep us from making a real difference in our spheres of influence, mindlessly looking down at our phones instead of intentionally looking up at the glorious sky to see the stars.
Identify how fresh perspectives can open our world
Understand the importance of their personal presence
Learn who they really are comes from their personal power
See how balance comes from engaging and indulging in play
Discover how their purpose is the key to making a difference
Together, we can shine our light, overcome darkness, and collectively make a difference in this world.
Seeing Stars Model
The model used for Be The Star That You Are leverages the five major stars of the Southern Cross constellation.
Each star corresponds to one step in the model.
With a renewed perspective, we can expand our world.
Presence is about being grounded and knowing who we are.
Who we really are comes from our personal power.
Balance comes with engaging and indulging in play.
Our calling, that thing we were meant to do with our lives.
Seeing Stars is a perfect fit for your next conference
If you’re looking for a keynote speaker who is:
Great at offering a perfect mix of personal stories and actionable content
Entertaining and interactive (did I tell you that I used to do improv?)
Different – without being rude and crass
Easy to work with and thrives on audience interaction – before, during, and after the presentation
Not afraid to break the mold of a normal “formulaic” speaker (I skip the pet jokes and “how’s everybody doing today?” questions)
Experienced (I’ve been a motivational speaker for over 25 years)
Memorable and connects deeply with the audience so it feels like a one-on-one conversation (not to brag, it’s not uncommon for people to line up following a presentation to have a chance to talk with me)
Engaging and brings *play* to the audience (that sense of childlike wonder and curiosity)