Today what’s moving me is the idea that we’re never going to be done with virtual… and that this weird relationship we have with Zoom (and the like!) will continue. We’ll hear from Lea Pica, a Data Viz expert who shares with us the “Four Horsemen of the Present Apocolypse.”
A place to comment/write/post about trends you’re seeing in the presentation/stage world. Ideas for speakers which can also include presentation styles, etc.
Today on the show you’re going to hear from David Meerman Scott – the author of a BUNCH of books – as well as a global keynote speaker – having spoken on the biggest stages and the biggest conferences. He’s sharing strategies around building FANS – not just clients.
Today on the show we’re going to look at 5 signs that you’re ready for a signature talk in your business. After working with speakers for 20+ years – what I can tell you is that not EVERYONE is ready for a signature talk… but if you’re experiencing any of these 5 things, a signature talk will make a significant difference for you in the every day.
If you’ve hit the revenue ceiling in your business – or are simply tired of the runaround of the 1:1 coaching model (I hear you!!)… speaking offers a super powerful way to move out of that cycle of overwhelm while building a more profitable arm in your business!
Speaking doesn’t have to be a time-suck. If you shift your approach in these three powerful ways, you can avoid stress – and get time back for your business.
Moving from topic expert to thought leadership is a powerful step onto bigger stages, and more authority and recognition. So, how do you shift from one to the other?
In the show today, we’re clarifying some key terms so we can leverage them specifically in our business in an intentional way. They are connected to each other. And at the heart of an intentional approach to leverage speaking? A signature talk.
We’ve all seen what a TEDx talk can do for your career, your credibility, your business, your growth…But is it worth it? In today’s episode we talk with TEDx Producers Brian Hart and Erin Perry Borron – about the power of TEDx, and how one of their speakers went from local to global, reaching over 1.6 million viewers.
We really need to know where we are at as speakers. Because when we do, when we can identify what stage we are in, it helps us figure out how to take the next steps in getting better, getting more visible, sharing our stories, stepping into the next phase of growth and impact on behalf of our audience.