Speaker & Presentation Coaching


“If you cannot speak and engage others,
you cannot sell your products, services, ideas, or books.”
Jeannette Seibly

Here are some award-winning testimonials that I love to share:

Coach for Speakers

“Let me brag to you about the amazing coach Jeannette Seibly is!
If you:

  •  Are a business person …
  • Want to contribute to the world …
  • Want to grow and develop your story powerfully …

Contact and engage Jeannette Seibly as your coach.

She has a unique talent in identifying and eliminating the barriers that limit a person’s greatness when sharing their message.

She operates with efficiency in her listening and coaching that I appreciate…and I know my audiences have as well. Because of her coaching and insight, I was able to make a positive contribution to the American Board of Certified Haircolorist’s Energizing Summit 2019 Conference as the MC.

AND … she has written some great books on how to brag and make me a better public speaker! (It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition BizSavvyBrag.com)”


Peggy Sue Schmoldt, Owner, Academy of Cosmetology Arts, LLC (Denver, CO)
MC for American Board of Certified Haircolorist’s Energizing Summit, June 8-10, 2019



Coach for Selling and Pitching

When Natli VanDerWerken attended an author event in 2017, she was expected to “pitch her book,” Red Dragon’s Keep. She had 5 index cards with her speech written out. When she shared it with me, I was bored immediately.

I asked, “Do you like dragons?”
She responded, “Oh yes! I have 30 of them.”
I replied, “Then, start with that as your opening line.”

She did and spoke from her heart without notes. She sold out of her books! Even the host of the event and her sister were impressed by her amazing pitch!
After learning how to brag and promote herself, she has gone on to become an award-winning author.


Natli VanDerWerken
Author of WindRunner and Red Dragon’s Keep



Coach for Award Winners

When I met Jill in 2019 at the WE-Local Denver, SWE Conference, she was already a winner. As a trail blazer, she was one of the first ten women to receive an engineering B.S. degree from the University of Virginia.

During the past 40 years, she has actively provided leadership and supported women in STEM throughout the world. This included being the first female member of the board of directors and the first female president of the RMEL (the trade association for electric utilities in the west) to being an advocate and author (including the award-winning Her Story® series) to recognizing women’s contributions in business and STEM today (she’s nominated over 50 women for awards throughout the U.S.).

When I nominated Jill for the first inaugural class of the Colorado Author’s Hall of Fame, she was skeptical. Her competition included Stephen King, Clive Cussler, Ann Parker, Madeleine Albright, and Judith Briles, to name a few. By learning how to use her “brag statements,” she became one of the first 21 authors inducted into Colorado Author’s Hall of Fame!


Jill Tietjen, participating in “Get Your Brag On!” Workshop,
WE-Local Denver, Society of Women Engineers, March 2019