As part of our blog series to help you find paid speaking opportunities by industry, this week we are focusing on the corporate market.
Whether you’re new to professional speaking or a seasoned veteran, finding paid speaking opportunities is the biggest challenge you face.
The path of an entrepreneur is littered with obstacles. Without question, it is one of the greatest exercises in patience, dedication, and determination.
If you’re looking for a fun way to expand your speaking business, then consider a non-traditional, yet lucrative approach, such as creating and facilitating small group events. Examples include weekend retreats, hourly seminars, virtual masterminds, and much more.
A little confidence can go a long way. There are few instances where this is truer than when giving a public speech.
You’re a pro speaker — that means you never get nervous before a speech, right? Wrong!
As a pro speaker with your own business, you wear many hats.
Congratulations, you’ve booked a speaking gig, the proposal is signed, and the event is approaching.
A lot of speakers diversify their speaking business with other services like coaching, workshops, consultations, or all of the above. It’s a great way to open up another source of revenue, grow your business, and you might even discover you really love it.
How many distractions have you faced today?