The Speakers Bureau Myth

Speak and Deliver

One of the many myths about the speaking industry is that Speaking Bureaus will line your pockets with money, promote you to stardom, and remove any need for you to market yourself. Upcoming speakers like this myth. Somehow, get your one-sheets and videos in front of people.

Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

NSA/NC September Meeting September marks the start a new year of meetings for the Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC). It kicked off with a “Wealthy Speaker Seminar&# conducted by Jane Atkinson, who promised to share a “Proven Formula for Catapulting You To The Top 3%&# of the speaking business. [.] Jane reported that top speakers earn over $1 million annually. Deliver a focused message with one main idea and three points.

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Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

NSA/NC September Meeting September marks the start a new year of meetings for the Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC). It kicked off with a “Wealthy Speaker Seminar&# conducted by Jane Atkinson, who promised to share a “Proven Formula for Catapulting You To The Top 3%&# of the speaking business. [.] Jane reported that top speakers earn over $1 million annually. Deliver a focused message with one main idea and three points.

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Interview: Jane Atkinson - The Wealthy Speaker

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

NSA/NC September Meeting September marks the start a new year of meetings for the Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC). It kicked off with a “Wealthy Speaker Seminar&# conducted by Jane Atkinson, who promised to share a “Proven Formula for Catapulting You To The Top 3%&# of the speaking business. [.] Jane reported that top speakers earn over $1 million annually. Delivere a focused message with one main idea and three points.

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How to develop a paid public speaking career – IV: 3 Rules for Long-term Public Speaking Success

Public Speaking Advice and Commentary

  The greatest fear of a meeting planner or a speaker bureau rep is that a speaker will do something stupid, disastrous, or unforgettable.    Sure, they want speakers to be good.    “How could you have hired (Speaker X) when he insulted every single one of our customers by saying they weren’t green enough?”    Many speakers new to the paid speaking world write fresh speeches for every single occasion.