Mohamed Ali Shukri

Kindra Hall

Mohamed-Ali-Shukri
Corporate Trainer, Speaker

Mohamed Ali Shukri is a human being who enjoys experiencing life as it unfolds its beauty, blessings and bounties. He has no agenda other than opening up to the possibilities that the universe has and hides for him.

Thus, Mohamed enables everyone he meets or affects to live their lives as they want and should. Yes, he is a health and safety expert, a corporate trainer, an award-winning speaker, a Co-Active coach, plus a few more titles here and there.

Mohamed’s magic truly happens when he helps everyone around him. Including and especially, his five children, be themselves. Mohamed brings out their absolute best selves not through his motivational speaking, his interactive workshops or his in-depth coaching, but by being who he truly is, in everything he does or says.

Mohamed deeply believes that the fastest and best way to be your best, to be fully beautiful, is to be-you-to-full.


Life in Your Speech

Friday, August 25
10:15–11:15 a.m.

How can you touch your audiences’ heart without being a heart surgeon? How can you stay highly enthusiastic and ignited about your subject despite repetitive delivery of your speech? How can you decide the best topic to speak to your audience about? How do you know if the topic you’re passionate about will actually find a place in your audiences’ hearts and minds? These are questions every speaker wants answered. And whether you know it or not, it all has to do with: The Life in Your Speech.

The truth of the matter is that your speech will change no one’s life if there’s no life in your speech. In this provocative presentation, you will get access to T.A.P: the three key routes from where life flows to every speech you write or deliver.

This session will teach you:

  • Three signs that you have found a topic that brings life to you and your speech—every time
  • Three sins to avoid committing against your audience
  • Discover the biggest storytelling mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Three stages that will determine if you’re practicing enough to make your speech perfect