Sharing with the audience how she was able to develop her initiative into a full-time business, Heather Payne encourages and enlightens in her risk-taking keynote.
In her talk, the founder of Ladies Learning Code, which teaches women and girls—and now boys—how to code, Payne explains to the audience how she got started with her tiny idea and was able to incorporate it as a not for profit organization only months after.
Urging the audience to be excited about new ideas and helping to turn them into reality, this risk taking keynote highlights how to create and harness momentum, committing to a public outline, nailing the business model and knowing when to make the right decisions.
"Momentum is like a fire," she says. "You constantly have to be fueling it."
Harnessing Momentum for Good
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Heather Payne Keynotes
Motivating audiences to nurture their ideas and make them a reality, the Heather Payne keynotes are...