Ken Davis's Summit: A Homerun for Speakers

I just returned from Ken Davis Production’s Master Communicators Summit, three days of training for public speakers, performers and artists. Wendy and I have a real heart to speak out on several important subjects, but we felt we needed professional help. When we read what the Summit had to offer, I signed up to learn the business side of public speaking.

Did the Summit come through? Far beyond expectations. The program made four promises of our “journey,” and here’s how they delivered.

1. “You’ll view the map of others”

I rubbed shoulders with other authors and public speakers, and got a chance to meet comedians, magicians, musicians and artists. Some were highly accomplished, others just starting off, but all were aspiring to something greater. We left with each other’s contact information and the camaraderie of true friends.

2 “You’ll learn shortcuts”

Here’s why we made the financial commitment to this Summit: Wendy and I have a good thing going with our products, but we need help to learn how to bring our LOVE message to the world. We learned from some of the most brilliant minds in the field: Michael Hyatt, Randy Elrod, Andy Andrews with manager Robert Smith, Spence Smith, Julie Baumgardner, McNair Wilson and, of course, Ken Davis and his manager Danny de Armas. Their trade secrets take decades to learn, but they were all extremely willing to share their experiences with us.

3 “You’ll get a chance to map NEW routes that are JUST YOURS”

The core curriculum was taught by Ken and his business partner, Danny.  We were a group of only 20, so we had a number of opportunities to ask questions throughout. Most conferences I’ve been to have the simple objective: load you up with information. The Summit gave attendees the opportunity to process the information to their individual needs.

Professional—they had that base covered. But personal? That was a homerun.

4 “We’ll come alongside and be available to you personally”

This is all-too-common: Professional speakers hanging out after a speech to answer questions. Rare indeed will the speakers sit with you for meals, huddle during breaks, and talk specifically about your personal needs in your business and ministry. I had the opportunity to talk with Ken and his staff, to venture into new ideas (or, more importantly, revisit old, convicting ones). Professional—they had that base covered. But personal? That was a homerun.

My only regret: my dear wife, Wendy, was not with me. That was an error on my part, but I’m resolved to get her there next year. If anyone aspires to make a change in the world, the Master Communicators Summit is the best step to take.

About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.

  • http://www.kendavis.com Joy Groblebe

    Chris –
    WOW! We’re so glad that you had a great experience. It was wonderful meeting you – can’t wait to meet Wendy and the rest of the gang. Looking forward to seeing what God has planned for you…it’s going to be OVERFLOWING with abundance! :)

  • http://Www.kendavis.com Ken


    Thank you the kind words. It was a pleasure to get to know you. Someday I want to meet the entire family. You have such great potential for bringing good news and love to families.


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