Have you ever watched a stand-up comedian perform on stage?
A public speaking class may be the perfect opportunity for you to advance your career.
What do top speakers like Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, and Colin Powell have in common?
It’s no secret that TED Talk speakers are some of the most influential and successful speakers to have ever stepped on stage.
But do you know why their speeches are so effective?
One main reason is the TED Talk format.
You see, to deliver a successful TED Talk speech, you must transfer your ONE big idea in a clear and concise yet powerful way that sticks with your audience… in under 18 minutes.
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Did you know that 93% of communication is non-verbal?
Public speaking, whether done in-person or virtually, is one of the best ways to grow your business.
By engaging in more public speaking events, you build trust and credibility with your visibility. And if you’re a skilled orator, you can more quickly establish yourself as a go-to expert in your field. Plus, regular public speaking can exponentially grow your network of connections and generate a consistent flow of new leads for your business.
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Entrepreneurs, and especially, speakers are often underserved by the DIY mentality and the seeming abundance of free information. Free information is free, but the cost of it to you is really high.
Only about 10% of individuals in the US report actually enjoying public speaking. As someone who wants to be (or already is) a paid professional speaker, you’re probably part of that 10%!
Using social media to grow your business isn’t “new” news by any means. Recent data shows 75% of marketers say their social marketing efforts have increased traffic and exposure for their business.
Hundreds of thousands of events, conferences, and festivals happen around the world each year, and the industry is projected to grow by 9% in the United States alone through 2029.
Yet, even with all those conferences, finding and securing consistently paid speaking gigs can still be a challenge.