Monthly Archives: January 2012

Making Free Gigs Valuable to You

Often, when speakers start out in the business (and sometimes even after they are established), they will offer to do free events. But a free event does not necessarily have to devalue you as a speaker. In fact, it can … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Use the Internet to Boost Your Speaking Business

Speaking is an offline activity, but you can use the Web to boost your speaking business. Here are five suggestions: Polish your online presence Does your website look contemporary and professional? Or does it look like it was created in … Continue reading

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Eliminating Negative Thoughts and Behaviors

By Featured Speaker Davida Shensky Editorial Note: Negative thoughts and behaviors can greatly affect the effectiveness of your public speaking. That’s why I chose to run this particular story today. You need to believe in yourself, your topic and your … Continue reading

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Promoting Your Business with Public Speaking

Getting up in front of groups of people is one of the most cost-effective (and easiest) ways to promote your business. But a lot of people do it the wrong way and think that it doesn’t work. Here are five … Continue reading

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