Welcome to the second part of Episode 33 of What I Know Now, the Personal Development and Leadership podcast.

Today I share with you the second half of my fascinating interview with Paul Boross. Paul is ‘The Pitch Doctor’, Keynote Speaker and Trainer. He was worked with many high profile business leaders, sport stars, politicians and celebrities who need to deliver big messages at conferences, to boards and to the media.

In 25 years experience, Paul helps clients – such as BBC, Google, MTV and The Financial Times – improve the quality of life and the impact of your pitch to win more business from your competitors, secure the investment you need and gain commitment for your business proposals. He uses his background in motivational psychology and performance to coach them so that their message is clear, concise and charismatic. He is also the author of three bestselling books, “The Pitching Bible – The Seven Secrets of a Successful Pitch”, “The Pocket Pitching Bible” and “Pitch Up!”

Paul also has years of experience in the media world, having been in two chart-topping music groups and has even performed on stage at the Comedy Store for 12 years, where he was one half of “The Calypso Twins” alongside Ainsley Harriott. He is also a TV presenter hosting programmes such as “Speed Up, Slow Down” for the BBC and Sky’s “The School of Hard Knocks“, which is now in its ninth series.

You can listen to the first part of Paul’s podcast at this link or it is also available to download on iTunes.

In the second part of this wide-ranging podcast, we discuss the following:

  • How your attitude dictates your altitude
  • The need to assume that everyone you meet is lovely
  • How the words you say become your reality
  • Managing your surroundings
  • What does being lucky mean
  • What advice Paul would say to his younger self

 

 

If you want to find out more about Paul Boross, you can check out his website thepitchdoctor.tv and you can give him a follow on Twitter @PaulBoross.

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