Jeff DeVore

Speech Title
“Your Sex Life: How Could It Be Better?”

Drawn to an abiding interest of his youth, Jeff considered becoming a sex therapist during his undergrad years. Lacking the courage to do something that seemed to violate his conservative upbringing, he chose to pour his interest in health and human welfare into becoming a chiropractor, the profession of both his parents. Following time as an associate chiropractor and then in private practice, he sold the practice and put himself through Christian seminary. He was called to a congregation and simultaneously accepted a position as a clinical chiropractic educator in a health sciences university. He was married and had three children. He soon faced some difficult truths and acted on those. One action landed him in some legal trouble. This speech incorporates a bit of Jeff’s story as an example of the four steps you can take to bring new energy to your sex life.

Jeff published a book entitled, “Sex As . . . A Journal for Your Life”, copies of which are available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and from the publisher (see Jeff is retired from chiropractic and from active ministry, and is a Certified Professional Coactive Coach.

Marguerite Bonnett

Speech Title 
“Structure Your Presentation Like A Movie”

Need to give a speech or business presentation? Want to wow your audience? In this fun talk, you’ll learn how to present even the most mundane information in a way that educates, motivates and inspires. The “emotional engineering” techniques used in the film industry can enhance everything you do, especially sales and marketing. It’s the secret sauce that is the antidote to a boring movie… or presentation.

About Marguerite
Marguerite Bonnett has “Show Business” in her blood. Her mother was a singing star of TV, Opera and the early days of Las Vegas. Marguerite spent much of her childhood backstage and she has no illusions about how much work it takes to put on a great show. As an adult, she spent several action packed years in the film industry, working on big budget feature films. She eventually found herself working for Clint Eastwood’s Malpaso Productions, where she discovered her passion for writing.

Marguerite went on to study and write screenplays for over 10 years. The “Emotional Engineering” techniques she learned in the art of writing movies, now inform and enhance everything she does.

Recently, she decided to apply this knowledge to speech writing… and that is how this talk was born.

Since 2011, she has been an active Toastmaster, who enjoys competing in the International Speech Contest. She has a successful business helping professionals to craft and deliver their message through seminars, books and marketing materials.