Do you know your key messages? Do you how best to present yourself physically and verbally to a listening and watching public? Claire speaks today with Laura Lewis, a polished media professional on what we need to consider as we shape our public persona.
Laura Lewis is a speaker, a radio and TV personality of Z Living, as well as a producer, writer, and clinical hypnotherapist. Laura has a degree in Food and Nutrition from the University of North Texas. She is founder and president of Odyssey Star Media, a production, publishing and promotion company dedicated to changing the world for the better, one person at a time through a multitude of communication channels.
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