We communicate every single hour of every single day, but have you ever given thought to how the words that we use shape people’s perception of you? In this week’s episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we’re chatting with wedding planner Renée Dalo about language and how the choice of words can either empower or diminish each of us as entrepreneurs.
About our guest:
Wedding planning wasn’t always in the cards for Renée Dalo. Instead, what started out as a seemingly one-time favor for a friend evolved into a thriving side-hustle to her acting career. When it was her turn to walk down the aisle, she flipped the script and discovered that the wedding industry was truly where she belonged. Shortly after her “I do’s,” she started Moxie Bright Events, a boutique wedding planning company, and never looked back.
It wasn’t long before fellow industry pros were looking to her for advice. With over 12 years of experience under her belt, Renée turned her knowledge towards the advancement of the industry as a whole and launched her top-notch educational resources for event pros. In addition to her self-guided Wedding Management e-course, Renée was the co-host of the popular B2B podcast, Rock Your Wedding Biz, and is currently the host of a new weekly podcast, Talk with Renee Dalo.
Renée is a fan favorite on the speaker circuit, taking the stage at conferences across the country, including Wedding MBA, Creative at Heart, Let’s Plan Conference, and Tide Talk LA. She is recognized across the industry, having earned a coveted spot on Honeybook’s 20 On The Rise list, and she contributes frequently to industry publications. She currently serves as the Vice President of WIPA Southern California and has also held leadership roles in The Association of Bridal Consultants and The Rising Tide Society.
In this episode, listeners will hear about:
- Renee’s background in theatre and how she shifted into the wedding industry
- How many words the average person speaks in one day
- How the words we use, particularly for women, affect how people perceive us
- How apologizing when there’s nothing to be sorry about and using words like “just” and “actually” can reduce your power and undermine your confidence
- Simple steps you can take to reframe your language
- “Playing Big” by Tara Mohr
- Just Not Sorry Google plug-in
- Podcast – Talk with Renee Dalo
Want to connect with Renee?
- Online: http://moxiebrightevents.com/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moxiebrightevent
- Instagram: @moxiebrightevents
This episode of This Week In Weddings is sponsored by Honeybook.