Neil Gordon

Neil Gordon

Entrepreneur Leadership Network VIP
Speaking Coach and Communication Consultant

About Neil Gordon

Neil Gordon is a communication consultant who focuses on helping entrepreneurs, speakers and other thought leaders to deliver compelling messages. He formerly worked at Penguin Random House with New York Times bestselling authors. 

More From Neil Gordon

Mindfulness

Alex Trebek Taught Us to Choose Presence Over Judgment

In his 36 years of hosting 'Jeopardy!' I only heard the iconic game show host pass judgment once. His greatest gift was helping others to feel present in the moment, and we could learn a lot from that now.
Storytelling

Stories Are Entrepreneurs' Most Powerful Tool. But What Ingredient Gives Them Power?

Most of our greatest lessons are learned when life throws us a curve ball.
Distractions

Pence and the Fly: How to Swat Distractions as a Public Speaker

If something unexpected happens, make the incongruity work in your favor.

5 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Engaged as School Begins

An educator offers advice on how to balance your child's remote learning schedule with your workday.
Listening

A Top TED Speaker on the Most Important Leadership Skill Right Now

It's not always about making yourself heard.
Communication

After Responding to 170 Emails Following George Floyd's Death, Here's What I Found Out

Sometimes what you say is less important than what you ask.
Communication Strategies

Is Your Marketing Failing the "Trudge to the Bathroom" Test?

Instead of selling your solutions, speak to your audience's most pressing problems.
Time Management

How I (Almost) Doubled My Productivity While Working From Home

Stop thinking about how much you expect to accomplish, and start being realistic about how long it will take.
Public Speaking

How to Keep a Virtual Audience Captivated

I got trolled, and learned an important lesson in taking public speaking from the stage to the screen.
Communication

If You Want to Communicate Like a Pro, Get This: It's Not About You

Effective communication values the recipient over the sender.
Public Speaking

How to Dazzle Your Audience in the First 7 Seconds of Your Speech

In the moment after you've been introduced but before you begin to speak, anticipation builds. Here's how to use it to command a room.