Ask Your Future Into Existence

Speak and Deliver

You can spend a fortune on one-sheets, brochures, and a demo video of you in front of an audience, assuming you can get one together - then spend another fortune getting in front of people you think will pay you to speak. "How do I get speaking gigs?"

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Expressing your uniqueness in print

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Ron Kaufman adds to this, "Take that one step further. " Evolution of one-sheets As we reinvent ourselves and our industry, clearly showing that we are experts who speak professionally, we need to reinvent our marketing materials as well.

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Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Focus on your speech: "No fancy brochure or website can overcome a mediocre speech." Deliver a focused message with one main idea and three points. Tell great stories - especially ones that are about the audience, not you. Outline your speech: Pick one theme and a through-line. Expertise - Topics - Revenue Jane recommends that we each become an expert in one area we are are passionate about. Choose this one area and develop a number of topics around it.

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Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Focus on your speech: "No fancy brochure or website can overcome a mediocre speech." Delivere a focused message with one main idea and three points. Tell great stories - especially ones that are about the audience, not you. Outline your speech: Pick one theme and a through-line. Expertise - Topics - Revenue Jane recommends that we each become an expert in one area we are are passionate about. Choose this one area and develop a number of topics around it.

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Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Focus on your speech: "No fancy brochure or website can overcome a mediocre speech." Deliver a focused message with one main idea and three points. Tell great stories - especially ones that are about the audience, not you. Outline your speech: Pick one theme and a through-line. Expertise - Topics - Revenue Jane recommends that we each become an expert in one area we are are passionate about. Choose this one area and develop a number of topics around it.

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Speaking for Dollars by Vickie Sullivan

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You’re the industry star, the one who always gets asked to do the high-risk presentations for your company. If a speaker bombs in a workshop, people may grumble but no one gets hurt. The tools of the keynote trade are demonstration videos, promotional “one-sheets” and, of course, Web sites with a focus on identity and ideas. Having a quality demo video is expected even in lower-fee markets, along with one-sheets and Web sites.