Million Dollar Communication: it’s the process of using words, sounds, images, or gestures to exchange information or to express your ideas in such a way that others are inspired to take immediate action.
"I've never seen (our delegates) give anyone a standing ovation until they gave one to you! Your energy, your humor and your pearls of wisdom were all so valued. You left us feeling better for having interacted with you. Very generous, gracious and motivating!"
Brad Taylor , Human Resource Director, General Mills
"This was the first time I had seen Mike Lipkin live and he did not disappoint! Mike had our group of 400+ sales and marketing team on the edge of our seats and waiting for his next brilliant and funny Lipkinism! Not only did he motivate and enlighten our group, he was also very accessible for a one on one discussion after his sessions were complete. Truly an inspiring individual! Well done! Here is the line (low line visual) and this is where we play (way above that line)!"
Jeff Goyette, Sales Leader, Bell Aliant
I want to thank you again for giving such a fabulous presentation! The conference evaluations were outstanding – out of a 5 point scale, our attendees ranked your presentation ability a perfect 5 (phew!) and the content a 4.8. Great reviews from all involved!
Erin Carlson | Senior Director, Education & Training | NHCAA
Honestly, Mike was fantastic. His session was insightful, intelligent, thought provoking and funny. I can easily say that he was the highlight of the conference.
Mike was also very easy to work with, I’d surely relish the opportunity to work with him again.
Kim Jenkins, Manager, Event-Based Marketing, BMO
"The best decision I made was to say no to 3 other speakers before your name was presented. You were the right guy. I very much appreciate your strong contribution to the success of the conference. Your input, flexibility, ability to rise to the occasion, honesty, energy, humour - both as a giver and receiver -Ron`s imitation and your ability to laugh about it went over very well, and key messages all hit the right notes.