Blogs & Vlogs2019-07-09T10:06:45+00:00

Blogs & vlogs

Keep up to date with Penny’s blogs and vlogs. Choc-full of news, views, practical tips and recommendations.

Who’s on your bus?

One of my speaker coaching clients, Rachel Haslam (no relation, but equally fabulous), says you’ve got to work out who’s on your bus. Yes, your bus, as in public transportation, buses, trains and trams etc. She reckons...

Wanted: ambassador for your brand

Did you know the reason I left my telly job at the BBC in 2013 was to become a ‘sleb’ brand ambassador? I had been asked by WeightWatchers to work alongside Patsy Kensit and that bloke off Masterchef...

I made myself a #bitfamous on LinkedIn

I shared a stupid video on LinkedIn a couple of weeks ago – me opening a box of books – and nearly broke the internet with more than 15K views. Bonkers or wot. If only we had that much interest...

How a stay-at-home mom started an empire

One rather unlikely but excellent example of performing well on camera, in order to raise profile, in order to do better business, and to build a town (yes, build a town) comes in the form of quilting queen...

Media training that goes further

People pay £0000s to be media trained and it’s shrouded in mystery. A dark art at the highest level of communication, that only a chosen few know about…But I’ve never thought that very fair on the people...

Are you free on 4th November?

I promised to keep you in the loop of a very special event to celebrate the publication of my first book Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous – How to power up your profile and get known for what you do. And I’m a gal…

What’s your walk-on music?

I met a friend while I was out walking the dog this week who told me she’d just been for an audition but had got nervous and a little intimidated by the other performers – the competition. I said she needed some ‘walk on music’ to...

A ‘journey’ of discovery

I thought the place was familiar. Last week I chaired a leadership conference at the same venue I’d delivered my first ever keynote. I had an ‘ooh, that was then, this is now’ moment of joyful back-patting. Always worth thinking about...

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