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[Video] 6 'PAID to $PEAK' tips in 6 minutes 60 minutes before being introduced! 🔥

I recorded this quick video below roughly 60 minutes before my audience entered the room and I was introduced to facilitate a full-day leadership program for a medical staffing company.


How I landed the speaking engagement is a great example of what I preach to you in these blog posts and throughout my book, PAID to $PEAK.


Sincere hope is that any of my insights help simplify your process for launching and growing your speaking business.  We are our own worst enemy at times and keeping things simple is paramount.


In this video because you'll learn:

  1. How I landed this PAID (full fee) speaking engagement through GigSalad,

  2. Why it's important to have a short list of prospective clients to invite and watch you speak,

  3. How simple it is to convert a 60-minute keynote into a full day presentation or 30-minute presentation,

  4. Tips on getting video for your speaker demo,

  5. Easy trick for creating your own downstage monitor so you never have to turn your back on the audience,

  6. Simple equipment carried in my tech bag!







 

Want to speak professionally, part-time or full-time?

Not getting PAID speaking engagements?


I've been honored to present for over 1,000,000 people through 1,150+ audiences in all 50 states and several countries. Whether I'm on a stage or in a training room with professionals or students, I absolutely LOVE motivating and inspiring people for higher performance. And in addition to my own speaking business, I have a passion for helping and coaching speakers learn how to catapult their speaking whether part-time or full-time. My book, PAID to SPEAK, outlines a proven model for speakers and is now an online course as well! Click here for online course info!


If you are serious about becoming a professional speaker, explore my coaching and mentorship options. I don't want you to flounder like I did and be frustrated.















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