Today’s interview is with Alexa Fischer. Alexa helps people to speak with confidence and calm just about anywhere whether it’s an at an incredibly important board meeting, in front of stakeholders or even on video, reaching millions of viewers and potential customers. Speaking on stage and through the camera lens as a professional actress, you might have seen her on NCIS, CSI, Numb3rs, Bones or one of about a million television commercials.
While she loved acting (and still does!), she wanted to connect with people as herself – not as a character she was playing.
She wanted to use the things she learned at the Yale School of Drama and on the set to help people tap into their own brilliant light and that’s exactly what she has done.
She teaches CEOs, private clients, online students, and huge companies how to connect – through video, sales-making pitches, engaging presentations, and small talk conversations people actually enjoy. People come away from her sessions knowing how to speak with conviction, overcome fear and connect with others.
Take a listen here or below and discover how she had a turning point on the set of Bones and shifted her focus to using her difference to making a difference!