An audience member from one of Robert’s talks said, “I’ve heard so many speakers over the years, and they all seem to have gone to the same school. Except Robert. He’s so different. He seems to have gone to his own school.”
Robert is a unique speaker because he and his speaking are one, not two. There is no separation between who he is and what he says. It’s called embodiment. His transformative presence and the power of his words come from who he is, from the life he has lived, from the passions he has pursued, and from the wisdom he has gained through experience. When he speaks, every minute of years and years and years of study, practice, and realization speak, too
Robert creates instant credibility with his presence and deepens it with his speaking. He is a master storyteller who weaves words and images, stories and anecdotes, pauses and silence — and audience interaction — into a brilliant and memorable experience for audience members.
Robert’s talks are less about information than inspiration, less a prescription than an adventure in self-discovery, less about external models than inner experience, less about expert advice than the audience’s own inner knowing. He relies on spontaneity rather than Powerpoint and prepared presentation, trusting his own real-time awareness and connection to the audience to provide just the right words.