Mass Influence is an innovative exploration into the key elements for influencing change by creating viral “wildfire word-of-mouth epidemics”.
What is that “thing” that creates a leader so compelling and influential that the world turns when they speak?
Mass Influence explores the identifiable habits and unspoken etiquette of the highly influential that are a mystery to most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders, yet that anyone can obtain.
Most leaders can’t put their finger on what makes a Martin Luther King Jr. or a Steve Jobs. Whether influencing within an organization, an industry, or society as a whole, the principles for creating stronger business influence and word-of-mouth marketing skills remain the same.
The top habits high influencers have mastered to forward their reputation and brand
The etiquette you must understand to successfully connect with high- level influencers
The recipe for becoming the most magnetic go-to person in your field
The 3 key steps to create massive word-of-mouth around your project, organization or cause
And much more…
Teresa is an experienced media guest with straight-forward conversation about the habits required to become influential and the common mistakes people make along the way.
Teresa brings a loving, upbeat approach to telling it like it is so people can see the bold truth about where their limitations are.
Teresa is sometimes controversial, but never boring.
Teresa has a well crafted message that she has honed as a professional speaker, presenting to more than a quarter million people in several countries.
I’m Teresa, and I believe influence is the force for change in the world.
I also believe that influencing the masses is as simple and easy as learning to ride a bike. Once you get how simple it is, you won’t be able to imagine you ever thought it was hard.
My mission is to grow thought-leaders and thought-leadership. Everyone has a great idea that’s waiting to get out there. Enter the influence game. A fun simple approach for getting your brilliant idea adopted by the masses.
I believe in my work, because I believe we create the world we live in - one word of mouth epidemic at a time.