Thu.Feb 20, 2020

Did you get your free gift?

Speak Schmeak

Hey peeps! I created a new free offering last year and I want to make sure you got yours! In case this fell through the cracks, here's the info on my new-ish Easy Speaker Proposal Template and tracking sheet !

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The Keys to Closing More Business with Ron Karr

Speaker Launcher

Are you a good closer? It’s not everyone’s superpower, some are fantastic, and others struggle with it. On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Show, we welcome speaker, author and marketing consultant, Ron Karr who will share some of his insight on how to create the deal that the client must have.

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Leadership Styles: What Type of Style Should You Adopt?

SlideModel

Being a good corporate leader is both art and science. On one hand, you need to experiment and often use your “gut feeling” to decide on how you should behave in one situation or another.

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"A Million Little Things" - COMPLEXITY!

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Nothing is simple.    At her six-month check-up Maggie realizes that, no, she does not have her whole life ahead. Not necessarily. All she has ahead is life until her next six month screening. At that time she could find out that the breast cancer has returned.

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8 Ways to Protect Your Presentation

Presentation Guru

Intellectual property can be some of the most valuable assets your business has – and yes, your presentation does come into that. You wouldn’t think twice about protecting any other property you own, so why not it?

2020 56

Likability Is Power - And Mike Bloomberg Is Clueless How to Nuzzle Up to Everyman/Everywoman

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In that seminal book "The Power Game" by D.C. insider Hedrick Smith, what was hammered was this: Likability is a form of power. What we could add currently is that it's also the source of big bucks paid to influencers on social networks.

2020 56

Uncomfortable with conflict? You’re likely a better negotiator

SpeakerSue Says...

“Get comfortable with conflict” is one of the worst bits of advice anyone can receive. Conflict sucks. It causes our stress responses to kick in spewing all sorts of unhealthy body chemicals which makes us act like fools. Instead of getting comfortable with conflict, eliminate it.

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Decoding the Language and Gestures Associated with Reductions-in-Force

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The phrase "mergers and acquisitions" should be accepted as code for "coming reduction-in-force." " M&As create redundancies. Employees from both entities could be sent packing. 

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Era of Transparency - SmirkSmirk

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

If you are an executive, working stiff, or even a freelancer, you probably have signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). And if that signing wasn't your first rodeo, you have noticed those contracts are becoming more inclusive.

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