Technology & Other Fun Stuff for Speakers with Scott Klososky

Speaker Launcher

In 1999, Scott sold his company webcasts.com for $115 million. He became division head of a computer sales division and then purchased it as his own company. Do you ever wonder where technology is heading and how it will affect the speaking world? On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Podcast, we are joined by Scott Klososky who will share his expertise and give us a glimpse into the future to see what we can expect in technology. Throughout his career, […].

Emotional authenticity: The Key to Greater Sales Success

SpeakerSue Says...

That is exactly what John Naisbitt wrote about in 1982 in Megatrends: Ten New Directions Transforming Our Lives (which can be purchased now for $1.01 Here is what the blurb says for his 1999 book called: High Tech, High Touch : “In a High Tech world with an increasing search for balance, High Touch will be the key to differentiate products and services.

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A Better Public Speaking Website: Should I Have My Own Domain Name?

Great Public Speaking

million way back in 1999. For now, check out domain names using the free tool available at [link] You can purchase domain names there too. A very commonly asked question is "Should I have my own domain name?" A domain name, by the way, is like "antion.com." You don't want to get something like "freewebsites.com/ImTooCheapToGetMyOwnDomainName/joeblow.htm" even though it's free. All your promotional efforts will be wasted if the free website company makes some small change.

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