Did you know you can generate a side income by creating and selling online courses?
Working for a non-profit can be a fulfilling experience, but at times, it can be frustrating.
Do you have speech problems or the fear of speaking in public? If so, you’re not alone.
Landing a one-off gig is great, but if you want to make a career out of professional speaking, having the event ask you back for repeat talks will add to your bottom line and help your business grow.
So, you are here because you want to be a speaker and want some tips on how to get started.
In this article, I’ll present several tips to help guide you through the process of becoming a speaker.
Whether you want to call it a “30-second mission statement”, a “one-sentence pitch”, an “elevator pitch”, or a “why choose me statement”, we are fundamentally talking about the same thing: a concise and enticing explanation about what you do.
Making a presentation is simply expressing your thoughts or ideas in front of audience.
Staying inspired to speak year after year can be difficult. It’s easy to get sucked into the mundane side of proposals and contracts and hotel breakfasts.
But when you are passionate, your message can have a tremendous effect on your audience. That why we wanted to start this month off with a bit of motivation.
We stumbled upon this article by Nick Morgan published on January 3rd 2017 by Forbes. They offer their top tips for speakers for 2017, and we hope their advice invigorates you and offers fresh inspiration.
Skip the summary and see the full article here.
The Marketplace is at the heart of what we are creating at SpeakerHub: being the one-stop-shop for creating connections between speakers and event organizers. We’ve made it simpler for organizers to find people who are interested in speaking at their events, and for speakers, trainers and moderators to find new opportunities.