Have you ever thought about making your greatest passion your career?
FEL3000ft has taken a loving passion of his and has turned it into a successful career that allows him to express himself and give back to his community in several ways.
After trying to jazz up the decor around his house, Brad Swineheart found his way to FEL3000ft, an original graffiti artist based out of Detroit who has been known for turning some magnificent buildings into pieces of art over the years.
This week, FEL3000ft unveils everything you need to know about his career path as a graffiti artist. He highlights how invigorating it is to love what you do every day, just like many of the advisors listening today.
Some of the projects he has worked on
Hip-hop as an inspiration for the theme of his projects
Outreach programs as a way of giving back to his community
Fel3000ft started doing graffiti/street art in 1982, as immersed himself in hip-hop culture. After many years of painting in Detroit, he realized the importance of his voice artistically and felt he could do something positive with that voice. He writes his thoughts and passion for the people and the communities next to the art pieces Fel300ft paints on the walls as a positive word. His need to fight for the things that he believes in, the community he lives in, and his friends, neighbors, and families are put at the forefront of all of his work.
At a certain point in your career, you will have the opportunity to speak in front of a large audience.
Whether it be for a seminar, a business meeting, or simply a sales pitch to a new investor, your public speaking skills will have to shine through and wow someone, which can be tough when put under pressure.
But it doesn’t need to be like that anymore.
This week, Brad Swineheart is joined by Pat Quinn, a speaking coach who helps business leaders sharpen their presentation skills. As a former professional magician and high school teacher who has spoken to audiences worldwide, Pat knows how to read an audience unlike anyone else. And that’s why he’s here to share the tips and techniques you need to strengthen your public speaking.
The correct measure of success when public speaking
Strategies to get on stage and prepare to speak in front of a large audience
How his experience as a teacher and magician has aided in his confidence to speak to an audience
The value of storytelling when it comes to public speaking
How offering the right amount of information can separate a good from a great speaker
The difference between helping and overwhelming the crowd you’re speaking to
A former professional magician who learned the art of commanding a stage early in his career. With an advanced degree in brain research, Pat Quinn understands how adults learn new information. As a consultant and speaker, he has keynoted the biggest conferences and spoken to audiences from around the world.