Clarify and Communicate Your Message
 
 
 
 
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Your Message Matters.

If you’re like most of the bloggers that I work with, you went into blogging to write about what you love, share your experiences, and express yourself. . . even if it was difficult at first.

As a blogger, you’ve probably also seen a lot of trends and algorithms come and go. When it comes to the internet, the only thing constant is change.

What you're quickly learning though is that video, live-streaming, and public speaking are now as much a part of blogging as having a website.

If you need to shift your blog to a business, you need to connect with your audience on a deeper level. 

They want to know your story. They want to see you share it through video. They want you to make their lives better in a way that only you can.

Do you remember the classic 80’s movie “Karate Kid”?

Mr. Miyagi made Daniel wash his classic cars for hours upon hours with the Wax on, Wax off method. Naturally, this was Mr. Miyagi’s way of training Daniel to develop muscle memory for when he needed it on the mat.

Learning to share your message is surprisingly similar to the Mr. Miyagi teaching style.

What seems impossible at first suddenly becomes simple by approaching your communication skills in a systematic, simple way.

Before you know it, you are going Live with confidence, entertaining your audience while educating them, and alas making an impact on the world.

I Want to be your Mr. Miyagi. And it’s time to step into your platform with your full potential. 

As my own clients have learned, when you master the art of public speaking in person or through live streaming, you are positioning yourself to grow your business with a tribe of raving fans.

Tech changes. Communication skills don’t.

While the technology you use to reach your audience may change (okay let’s be honest. It will change. . . ), strong verbal communication skills do not.

Once you master the elements of storytelling, presentation, and authenticity, you’ll know how to tap into your skills to deliver your content in a natural, engaging way that actually serves your audience.

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Abby Rike - Media Appearances | keynote speaker | speech coach | public speaking coach

Who Am I?

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Professional Speaker

For the past ten years, I’ve been speaking professionally at hundreds of corporations including Fortune 500 companies, health + wellness conferences, schools, and churches.

Veteran High School Teacher

As a speech and debate coach for 14 years, I helped insecure, awkward teenagers grow into their confidence and perform at award-winning levels. After getting my master's degree in Gifted Education, I applied strategies for the gifted to everyone I taught. Everyone has a gift that we can tap into using innovative teaching and coaching practices. 


If I can help teenagers feel truly comfortable in front of their peers, I can most certainly help you!


Rock your next live video | live streaming | public speaking

Thriving Online Community

For the past several years, I have utilized live streaming to grow a Facebook™ group in a niche not related to bloggers or blogging. I have tested and tried various Live strategies to fine tune what works. 

What does that mean for you?

I’m here to help you spread your message and grow your platform. I can help you connect with your audience in a new way without the hassle of 'figuring it out' all on your own. 

I’m going to be totally honest and transparent here, if you didn’t truly believe that you could help people and have a driving need to share your story, you wouldn’t be blogging. Instead, you’d just be keeping a journal. If you’re being called to something bigger, it’s time to take action.

By learning and using the skills that you’ll learn with me, you’ll continue to build a relationship with your audience in an honest and authentic way, and you will be prepared to go Live like the authority you are meant to be.

… take a deep breath because you’re in the right place.

Your message matters. Let's make sure it's heard.

Let’s do this together.