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.
Before you put 2020 in the rearview mirror completely (good riddance!) – you’ve got to first look back in order to make good decisions about the future. Listen in on how leadership strategist Andy Zimney (yep, my husband) suggests we take stock of 2020 (before planning 2021).
If you want to prioritize speaking in 2021 – there’s a secret key to doing it that most people avoid: working on our speaking in community! Join us for early-bird pricing with Movers-U through Cyber Monday (and into December)!
In this conversation full of important AHA’s, Elizabeth shares with us one thing that you can do as a speaker to get hired – AGAIN. In other words – when we show up and PERFORM, what can we do to ensure that we are a GO-TO speaker for their next event? Aside from rocking your talk (which, yes, of course) – check out this important reminder that ensures you’ll be asked back again and again.
There are some myths around becoming a keynote speaker with a signature talk that might be keeping you from finally taking the leap and leveraging speaking in your business. If you want to use speaking to help you grow your impact and your influence, then make sure these three things aren’t holding you back from stepping out front:
A signature talk is a foundational messaging tool for you in your business. But how does it fit in? And what can it do for your business? Check out the show to learn how it can transform your business:
Creating a signature talk can transform your business. And writing a talk can be a challenging experience! So, if you want to learn how to use speaking in your business, you first need to embrace these three beliefs that will help you become a speaker.
If you want to create a signature talk, the first step is getting clear about your talk topic. If you’re needing to wade through the challenges, this episode will help: