Jane O. Smith, Speaker & Facilitator
“How we act, what we say, and how we look speak volumes about our values and desires. When we enhance them with intention, magic happens!”
“Kudos to you for doing such a terrific job commandeering so many people and parts, fitting everything together and then sharing your gift with a packed house…You touched so many people with this wonderful (TEDx) event.”
WebMD Lifestyle Expert, NY Times Bestselling Author, The Peeke Performance Center for Healthy Living™ Founder
How Are You Showing Up?
Sassy is about lively and spirited living – especially during times of transition and stress.
As a speaker and facilitator, I help clients to change and grow. They become more confident, attractive and productive. Through custom content, engaging delivery and practical take-aways, participants leave with tools, frameworks and the desire to lead healthier and happier lives – at home and at work.
I often address stress and conflict management, diversity and inclusion, flexible leadership, resilience, motivation, engaging communications and personal presence.
“Book Jane for a Seminar, Retreat or Keynote”
“Anyone who is fortunate enough to work with Jane will feel empowered and gratified.”
You came into a tough group and you totally wowed them! I’ve really never received such glowing feedback. We are so appreciative and would love to have you present again!
Jane’s approach is engaging and inspiring – she gives realistic and practical examples that the audience can relate to.
“Jane is one of those rare people who makes you want to tell your story in the first few minutes of meeting her. She is honest, funny, sweet, and yes…sassy. Jane knows how to get to the core of an issue, but in a way that makes you feel like you are just talking about the weather. She has a knack for making you laugh during the most serious of conversations. This doesn’t trivialize the situation. Rather, it helps you realize that you can get beyond it. Whether she is speaking in front of a large group or one-to-one, Jane makes you feel like you are the only one in the room.”