Philip Semmelroth – the “5-Premium Speakers Questions”

20. February 2019 – azureart

Philip Semmelroth – self-marketing expert – reveals: “The key qualification in life is the ability to sell. Executives sell ideas and motivation, salespeople sell products and services.” It frees success from chance. He started his own business at the age of 18 as the owner of an IT service company and quickly learned that expertise alone does not bring financial success. He focused on personality development and perfected his communicative skills to increase sales success and to inspire other people to achieve their goals independently. To date, he has earned two degrees, has intensive leadership experience from his officer career in the German Armed Forces, dealing with his employees in his two companies, and numerous projects for international corporations. He believes that those who communicate successfully have more control over the events in their lives.

What are the core subjects of your keynote speeches?

Philip Semmelroth:

Your Success in life is related to your ability to sell. Selling is a universal skill that leaders, sales people and everyone in a business must master. Your communication skills in the business determines your USP in times of digitalization.
Leaders must inspire, help their people develop a great personality. Leading by example eliminates fear and increases results.
Become a brand. Be the brand.

Which audience or which branch do you reach with your speech?

Philip Semmelroth:

My speeches focus on people who are in sales or leadership positions. Based on my entrepreneurial background they add a lot of value to service related businesses or industries with technical products.

Why are you a Premium Speaker? Where do you get your insights from?

Philip Semmelroth:

Over 20 years of entrepreneurship combined with experiences from my military career or projects for international companies I noticed that success in life is closely related to your ability to communicate and sell. However many people stay far behind their true potential based on false assumptions, fear and lack of guidance. I want to inspire people to become the best version of themselves by providing practical, proven strategies.

What will be in the future? Does 'time' play an important role in your work?

Philip Semmelroth:

In times of digitalization the value of human interaction grows big time. Facing this reality, recognizing the opportunity to build a massive USP here, chances to win “the war of talents” must not be left unattended.

What is your life motto? What would you like to give your listeners on the way?

"There is a gift in you, discover it and put it to work."

Philip Semmelroth

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