How Did I Do????

I was cleaning out my file and I discovered this sheet of paper:

It was the follow up I did with the audience I addressed.  I just wanted an idea of how it went and if I should be presenting this speech to anyone else.   I reserved the URL; I put in on hold incase I needed to do something after the speech.  I got so many positive reviews and so many names of people who would like to hear a similar message, that I launched my business a week later.  I told my partner, Scott, that I would be leaving his practice.  It was good timing for him, because his practice was exploding!

This is interesting: Back in 2012, I included pens with the hand-out; I didn’t know any better!   I wouldn’t do that today.  I would just hand them my questionnaire and collect them afterwards…like I do now.  I didn’t know it at the time, but most people have pens.

I am still getting 25-60% of the people filling those out.  When I said “go to my website and fill out the form, I got 2-3% of the audience to fill it out; who knew.  I thought the high tech thing would work–nope!!!!

Students liked it!

I don’t know WHY I like Homer so much…but he just says “I did it!  Here are some excellent feedback relating to my presentation!  Comments:

“I think this session is great at helping us reflect on the impact of our care has on our patients to encourage us to consider how to improve that care/impact”.

 

“What a great message and story.  Thank you.  This was fantastic”.

“Great perspective.  He can do it, we all can!”

“Very motivating and encouraging that our job is necessary.  Reminder to address the family in the room and give encouragement.”

“It absolutely made me consider how I approach families / loved ones that care for the patient.”

“Thus helped increase my awareness of what our patients are experiencing.”

“Thank you.  Great perspective.  Well Done”