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Being a persuasive public speaker can be rewarding, yet it can also be extremely daunting. Learning from others who have walked the path you're on helps you overcome the challenges you're facing.

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Transitioning to a Full-time Speaker With Clint Pulver
<p id="u61475-10">Leaving a steady, secure job behind and transitioning to being a full-time speaker can be a nerve-racking undertaking, but it's well worth the effort and stress. That ... from someone who has successfully made the move, Clint Pulver.</p> <p id="u61475-11"> </p> <p id="u61475-13">Join Clint and me as we discuss his journey, how he made the move to being a full-time speaker, and the advice he has for others who want to make the jump.</p> <p id="u61475-14"> </p> <p id="u61475-16">Topics include:</p> <ul id="u61475-31" class="list0 nls-None"> <li id="u61475-18">what to ask potential clients</li> <li id="u61475-20">what you should have so make solid decisions</li> <li id="u61475-22">following up with people who took time with you</li> <li id="u61475-24">the value of being flexible and offering more than just a keynote</li> <li id="u61475-26">what Clint sees as a crash course in speaking</li> <li id="u61475-28">working with corporations</li> <li id="u61475-30">why you want more than "good job"</li> </ul> <p id="u61475-32"> </p> <p id="u61475-34">Resources in this episode:</p> <p id="u61475-39"><a class="nonblock" href= "https://www.amazon.com/Daily-Drucker-Insight-Motivation-Getting/dp/0060742445"> -</a> <a class="nonblock" href="https://clintpulver.com/">Clint Pulver</a></p>
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Catapult Your Speaking Career With a Book With John Jantsch
<p>Whether you are beginning your speaking career or are a veteran, writing a book on your subject may be one of the most advantageous tings you can do to showcase your expertise.</p> <p> </p> <p>In this episode, John Jantsch and I discuss how writing a book could affect your speaking career. As you'll discover, it's a daunting undertaking, but can be well worth your time and effort.</p> <p> </p> <p>John is a veteran marketing speaker and workshop leader with over 200 successful events under his belt. Event organizers and attendees frequently comment on the nature of the practical, actionable “takeaway” value of his presentations. He is also the bestselling author of "Duct Tape Marketing" and other books, including his soon-to-be-released "The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur."</p> <p> </p> <p>Topics include:</p> <ul> <li>how a book helps establish you as an expert in your field</li> <li>know your objective for your book</li> <li>understand how you are going to leverage your book</li> <li>how speaking and writing are entirely different disciplines</li> <li>meeting organizers often look first to those who have written a book</li> <li>how writing a book can increase both your speaking fee and the number of gigs you get each year</li> <li>the need for professionalism, including design and editing</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p>Resources in this episode</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://ducttapemarketing.com">John Jantsch</a></li> <li><a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Bird-Some-Instructions-Writing-Life/dp/0385480016"> Bird By Bird</a></li> <li><a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Daily-Drucker-Insight-Motivation-Getting/dp/0060742445"> Daily Drucker</a></li> </ul>
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Public Speaking Is a Work in Process and in Progress With Joey Coleman
<p>Public speaking is a craft -- a craft that no one really masters. It is a constant work in process, and for those who work at their craft, it is also a work in progress.</p> <p> </p> <p>Award-winning speaker and best-selling author Joey Coleman shares how he has shaped his craft and how it has shaped him. And we can all learn from his experience and perspective.</p> <p> </p> <p>In this episode, you'll discover:</p> <ul> <li>Which of the three kinds of speakers you want to be</li> <li>The benefits of looking at speaking as a craft and knowing your purpose</li> <li>The existence of the energetic wave</li> <li>Why you need to address the needs and desires of the audience members</li> <li>Why it's essential to present in alignment with who you are</li> <li>The essence of the human condition</li> <li>Your opportunity to shape the listener's experience</li> <li>When to build rapport with your audience</li> <li>The three audiences you need to address in your presentations</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p>Joey Coleman helps companies keep their customers. An award-winning speaker, he works with organizations around the world ranging from small startups to major brands such as Deloitte, Hyatt Hotels, Zappos, and Whirlpool. His First 100 Days® methodology fuels the remarkable experiences his clients deliver and dramatically improves their profits. His Wall Street Journal #2 best selling book, Never Lose a Customer Again, offers strategies and tactics for turning one-time purchasers into lifelong customers. When not speaking to audiences around the globe, Joey enjoys spending time with his amazing wife and two young sons in the mountains of Colorado.</p> <p><br /> Resources for this episode:<br /> - <a href="joeycoleman.com">Joey Coleman</a></p>
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Sima Dahl Shares Her Thoughts on Confidence, Communication, and Personal Brands
<p>Sima Dahl is a branding visionary who revolutionizes the way audiences think about generating demand. Her early career as an award-winning marketer paved the way for Sway Factor™, her groundbreaking model of modern influence that explores personal branding and its impact on traditional business and employer brands.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sima has traveled from Boston to Budapest showing sales, marketing, and HR leaders how to drive sales, attract top talent, and increase retention by leveraging this unorthodox branding trifecta. </p> <p> </p> <p>Sima is a Certified Speaking Professional, a Distinguished Toastmaster, and a self-proclaimed live music junkie. Known for her bold candor, unfiltered honesty, and charismatic style.</p> <p> </p> <p>In this episode, you'll discover:</p> <ul> <li>proper practice and preparation</li> <li>the value of effective communication skills for non-speaking professionals</li> <li>how confidence is key to connecting with others</li> <li>what to ask your client (or meeting planner) before developing your presentation</li> <li>how the message can be the same but the presentation must change when speaking to different groups</li> <li>how to get more speaking gigs</li> <li>how personal brand and business brand are closer than ever</li> </ul> <p> </p> <div> <p class="gmail-MsoNormalCxSpFirst">Resources for this episode</p> <ul> <li class="gmail-MsoNormalCxSpFirst"><a href= "http://simadahl.com">Sima Dahl</a></li> <li class="gmail-MsoNormalCxSpFirst"><a href= "https://www.nsaspeaker.org">National Speakers Association</a></li> <li class="gmail-MsoNormalCxSpFirst"><a href= "https://www.toastmasters.org">Toastmasters International</a></li> </ul> </div>
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Learn how Scott Ginsberg Built a Brand in a Very Unlikely Way
<p id="u54147-8">What happens when you wear a nametag 24/7? Even to bed?</p> <p id="u54147-11">Just ask Scott Ginsberg. In the beginning, it was just a gimmick to make friends. But soon, his crazy idea didn’t seem so crazy.</p> <p id="u54147-14">As a speaker, Scott has delivered more than 600 talks to companies, schools and organizations around the world.</p> <p id="u54147-17">In this episode, you'll discover:</p> <ul> <li id="u54147-20">How Scott’s social experiment went viral before viral was viral</li> <li id="u54147-22">How to tailor your presentation to your audience</li> <li id="u54147-24">When to begin your preparation</li> <li id="u54147-26">A great question to ask the meeting planner that you might not ever thought to ask</li> <li id="u54147-28">The value of being present</li> </ul> <p id="u54147-31">Scott has created 35 books, 8 musical albums, 3,000 articles, 600 speeches, 88 training videos, 5 software applications, 3 music films and 1 globally recognized brand on approachability, and he's a world record holder.</p> <p id="u54147-34">Resources for this episode:</p> <p id="u54147-38">- <a class="nonblock" href= "http://hellomynameisscott.com/">The Name Tag Guy</a></p>
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Use Talk Trigger And Have Your Customers Build Your Business With Jay Baer
<p id="u54034-8">We all know how beneficial word-of-mouth marketing is, yet only 1% of businesses have a word-of-mouth strategy. This is because many of us believe that being competent in our professions inspires people to talk about us and our businesses. Oh, if only this were true. </p> <p id="u54034-11">Jay Baer, Hall of Fame speaker and author of the best-selling "Talk Triggers," explains how you can use talk triggers and other tactics to grow your speaking business.</p> <p id="u54034-12"> In this episode, you'll discover:</p> <ul> <li id="u54034-17">The benefits of making an unconventional choice.</li> <li id="u54034-19">How you build word-of-mouth by making a decision to do something different consistently.</li> <li id="u54034-21">That competency does not create conversations.</li> <li id="u54034-23">Ideas that will help any business, including your speaking business.</li> <li id="u54034-25">How to differentiate yourself so meeting planners notice.</li> <li id="u54034-27">How speaking benefits your consulting career and vice versa.</li> <li id="u54034-29">The 3 things Jay would have done sooner.</li> <li id="u54034-31">Jay's biggest suggestion that will help you grow your speaking business.</li> </ul> <p id="u54034-32"> Jay is the one of fewer than 200 living members of the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame, and has also been inducted into the Word of Mouth Marketing Hall of Fame. As a speaker, he has given hundreds of insightful, humorous presentations world-wide.</p> <p id="u54034-35"> Jay founded and runs Convince & Convert, a digital strategy consulting firm and has been an advisor to more than 700 companies, including 34 of the FORTUNE 500.</p> <p id="u54034-38"> He is the host of the popular Social Pros podcast, as well as the weekly Talk Triggers Show.</p> <p id="u54034-41"> On top of all of this — and a lot more — Jay is a New York Times best-selling author of six books, including his latest, “Talk Triggers,” which he wrote with Daniel Lemin.</p>
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Being Driven Can Overcome Many Challenges With Suzanne Evans
<p>Is being a speaker one of your goals? You'll want to listen to Suzanne Evans, president of Driven, Inc., share your experience and advice to up-and-coming and established speakers alike.</p> <p> </p> <p>In this episode, you'll discover:</p> <ul> <li>How speaking allows you to connect in ways social media does not.</li> <li>How speaking builds trust.</li> <li>The value of speaking when it comes to gaining visibility.</li> <li>Why optimism is a must for speakers.</li> <li>Why preparation is essential.</li> <li>Where speakers should spend their time.</li> <li>How to get free tickets to Suzanne's Build Your Speaking Biz Bootcamp</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p>Resources for this episode:</p> <ul> <li><a href="driveninc.com">Driven Inc.</a></li> </ul>
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Hone Your Skills With Master Storyteller Dr. Ivan Misner
<p>This episode features an interview with one of my favorite raconteurs, Dr. Ivan Misner.</p> <p> </p> <p>In the episode, you learn:</p> <ul> <li>the difference between a fact and a story</li> <li>the four steps that transform a fact into a story</li> <li>the amount of preparation he puts into his spontaneity</li> <li>the value of practice and adjustment</li> <li>how much time you might want to put into a one-hour presentation</li> <li>how his perspective on slides helps him use them effectively in his presentations</li> <li>how one can be an engaging speaker even with being an introvert</li> <li>the value of not just telling a story but reliving it</li> <li>how reliving how you felt draws people into your story</li> <li>about his latest book <em>Who's in Your Room?</em> may make you look at things differently</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p>Dr. Ivan Misner is the Founder & Chief Visionary Officer of BNI, the world’s largest business networking organization. Founded in 1985, the organization now has over 8,800 chapters throughout every populated continent of the world.</p> <p> </p> <p>Ivan is a <em>New York Times </em>bestselling author who has written 24 books including his latest book – <em>Who’s in Your Room?</em></p> <p> </p> <p>Called the <em>“Father of Modern Networking”</em> by CNN and one of the <em>“Top Networking Experts</em>” by Forbes, Ivan is considered to be one of the world’s leading experts on business networking and has been a keynote speaker for major corporations and associations throughout the world.</p> <p> </p> <p>Among his many awards, Ivan has been named “<em>Humanitarian of the Year</em>” by the Red Cross and was recently the recipient of the <em>John C. Maxwell Leadership Award</em>. He is also proud to be the Co-Founder of the BNI Charitable Foundation. Ivan and his wife, Elisabeth, are now “empty nesters” with three adult children. Oh, and in his spare time, he's also an amateur magician and a black belt in karate.</p> <p> </p> <p>Resources for this episode:</p> <p><a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Presentation-Zen-Simple-Design-Delivery/dp/0321811984" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Presentation Zen</a></p> <p><a href="ivanmisner.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">IvanMisner.com</a></p> <p><a href="bni.com" target="_blank" rel="noopener">BNI.com</a></p>
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How to Identify, Sharpen, and Champion Your Most Important Points With Joel Schwarztberg
<p>Every time you communicate, you're doing it for a reason. You want someone to understand something, do something, or change something. You're trying to make a point. But the only way to make a point is to have a point. And the surprising truth is, very few communicators know their point or even understand what a point is, rendering them pointless.</p> <p>In this episode, Joel Schwartzberg explains how too many people confuse a point with a title, a topic, an idea, a theme, or even something much less. A point is something more. It's a contention you can propose, argue, illustrate, and prove. A real point creates a position of value.</p> <p>Joel not only clarifies what a point is, but he also shed light on how to determine if what you're saying is a point or if it falls short.</p> <p>If you want to more effectively reach your audiences, listen to what Joel has to say.</p> <p>Resources for this episode:</p> <p>- <a href= "https://www.joelschwartzberg.net">joelschwartzberg.net</a></p>
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What Really Matters as a Public Speaker With Bob Burg
<p>Bob Burg joins me for the first episode of The Speaker Station Podcast.</p> <p>Bob is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences sharing the platform with everyone from today’s business leaders and broadcast personalities to even a former U.S. President.</p> <p>He is the author of a number of books on sales, marketing and influence, with total book sales of well over a million copies. His book, The Go-Giver, coauthored with John David Mann, itself has sold over 850,000 copies and it has been translated into 28 languages.</p> <p>His and John’s newest parable in the Go-Giver Series is The Go-Giver Influencer.</p> <p>Every speaker, whether new to the craft or an experienced veteran, has opportunities and challenges. In this episode, Bob shares how he got started in the speaking business, the biggest challenge he faced on his way to becoming a captivating and purposeful speaker (odds are that you face the same challenge), and his biggest piece of advise he can offer to up and coming speakers.</p> <p>Specifics include:<br /> - It's all about the audience.<br /> - Focus on engagement, not perfection.<br /> - Ideas for prospecting.</p> <p>Here are links to people/organizations that Bob mentions in the episode.<br /> - <a title="Jane Atkinson Speaker Launcher" href= "https://www.speakerlauncher.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">Jane Atkinson</a><br /> - <a title="National Speaker Association" href= "https://www.nsaspeaker.org" target="_blank" rel="noopener">NSA - National Speaker Association</a></p>
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