Author: Kymberli S.J. Speight

What if the next person crossing your path today is the exact person you need to know tomorrow?

Truth is we need each other. We were not created to live life alone. So why does it often seem so difficult to connect?

In social and professional settings, Kymberli has always felt the need to make friends. Frequently she’s contemplated the question, “How do I form new yet meaningful relationships?” Kymberli has discovered the key to accomplishing this challenge. She learned how to be intentional about meeting and connecting with people, and her life has never been the same.

I Need To Know You gives practical and applicable tips and “how-to” examples that will help you improve your personal and professional connections. It’s time to get started cultivating the relationships that will enrich your future.

As you read this book, you will learn:

  • Fundamentals of growing your network at any time
  • Keys to networking and relationship building
  • Techniques for having exceptional and memorable conversations
  • Approaches for uncovering opportunities to give and receive help
  • Ideas for meeting people

Building a vibrant network takes time. Learn how to meet ordinary, extraordinary people, and improve your life—starting today!

Kymberli S.J. Speight

Kymberli Speight believes in enhancing your personal brand to reach your target audience. She is an author, public speaker and executive coach. She wrote the book I Need To Know You: How to Meet Ordinary Extraordinary People and Improve Your life which will be released this January. In her book she chronicles her journey meeting 100 people in 100 days—their stories—and what she learned along the way. Kymberli believes that people’s stories play a powerful role in changing the lives of others; everyone, not just celebrities, has a story worth being told.

Kymberli regularly speaks to audiences about networking (relationship building) and improving your personal brand. She is certified at the master’s level with the Reach personal branding process and holds additional certifications in executive coaching, career coaching, conversational intelligence, and several others. In addition to public speaking and coaching, she facilitates military transition seminars at several bases throughout the Air Force and has traveled as far as Hawaii to speak.

Her claim to fame is that she once spent $954M. Early in her career as an active duty Air Force officer, she was the buyer for the fiscal year 1991 annual year buy of the McDonald Douglas F-15E fighter jet.

Kymberli is married to a retired Air Force colonel and has two adult sons. She is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in General Engineering with a focus on Management. She considers it a privilege to have served in the Air Force 5 years active duty and 6 years in the reserves. Kymberli is passionate about giving back to the various communities that have helped shape her personal and professional life.