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Over the years I’ve learned many tips and strategies for speaking on stages and today I’m sharing my absolute best tips for on-camera speaking.
I’ll share with you 5 tangible and tactical ways to be more engaging, effective and entertaining when you hit record.
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Preparation means a lot of things to a lot of different people but what quality preparation is, it is essentially this idea of doing your homework and your research. It is actually more about getting relevant information to equip you to be in the moment so that you'll be prepared to be able to have quality conversations.
Your version of preparation might look different from mine so you need to define what that looks like for you and know what's your comfort zone. Be intentional with your planning and ask yourself, ...
There's this idea that you have to have a certain number of "leads" on your email list before you can launch a successful product or program. If you're feeling like you do not have a large enough email list or a big enough following on whatever social media platform you're on, this episode is a must-listen.
Today we're digging into the question: how do I get more eyes on my business if I don't have a following?
Inside I'll share with you 5 ways that you can get in front of your ideal customers, plus how to reframe outreach if you feel awkward pitching yourself.
When I talk about your audience, I'm...
Have you ever been around someone with incredible energy that you just want to be around? I call it magnetic presence and it goes far beyond the words they say. The question is: are some people just born with it? Or can you cultivate the skill of presence?
Today I want to expand our typical conversation about speaking to a broader talk around how we show up in business AND life. Because creating a magnetic presence will not only help you attract your ideal customers, it will enrich your personal relationships.
This episode is about awareness and intention for how to show up as your best.
When it comes to...
A lot of times as we're growing in our businesses or in our careers, we have a tendency to shy Have you ever felt uncomfortable calling yourself an “expert”? On one hand, you have incredible experience and knowledge with your topic, but on the other, it feels there are so many more people who are qualified. Leaving you with the question, who am I to…
...speak on that stage.
… Post that video.
… Create that program.
… call myself an expert.
It’s likely you’ve felt this before. You know that you have a great deal of expertise and know that your experience is valuable that it can help and teach others, BUT you still second guess yourself at almost every turn.
So the question is, do true “experts” feel this way? Is it possible to own your authority AND feel like you’re not qualified enough?
We dive into this today in a real, unscripted conversation where I share my perspective on why calling...
So you’d like to start charging (or charge more) for speaking gigs, but aren’t feeling confident with how to approach this with potential clients.
Today I’ll walk you through the main factors to consider when choosing your speaking fees plus tips for confidently presenting on speaking inquiry calls.
Inside this episode (or check out the full transcript below), you’ll learn:
This is one of the most common questions I get. The truth is that there is no rule around it and obviously there are many value factors you have to consider for choosing your fee.
Dorie Clark, author and pro speaker has written a...
Have you noticed how the mentors you follow online seem to have this magnetic pull? That podcaster in your ears has become a trusted biz bestie that you rely on each week, you find yourself saying the phrases of your fav business coach, you jump at the chance (or at least pay attention) when you see that they’re speaking at an upcoming virtual summit even if you’ve heard them speak many times.
Whether that’s Brendon Burchard, Amy Porterfield, Lewis Howes, Anthony Trucks, Rachel Rogers, Brene Brown, Gary V, or whoever is on your online mentor list, it seems that whenever they open their mouth, it’s pure gold. Each has their own distinct personality, communication style and many different business models. So the question is - was there some kind of unicorn magic passed to them in utero? Or are there commonalities that we can use as a road map for becoming more influential?
Today I’m going to share with you 3 distinct behaviors adopted by the highly...
If you're feeling burned out (or super intimidated) with live webinars and are looking for a way to engage with your audience and launch your program to a group of engaged and excited buyers, listen in to my conversation with challenge pro, Zack Spuckler.
A 6-year online marketing veteran, who's generated over a million dollars from a launch-based business, he's been featured on top podcasts like EO Fire, The Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, The Mind Your Business Podcast, and The Art of Paid Traffic Podcast.
And today, Zach is sharing his insights with you.
Not only do we talk about how live challenges create quick wins and momentum to sales, we get real talking about transitioning from revenue-based goals to ones of impact.
Do you find yourself wondering if what you're putting out online is working? Are you constantly searching for the next course or swipe to figure out the right phrasing to click with your ideal customer, but are starting to feel frustrated. You know your messaging is off, but not entirely sure why or how to fix it.
Today we’re going to dive into one of the top messaging mistakes that I see so many entrepreneurs making and more importantly, how to correct it. This is a topic I'm deeply passionate about and I hope the insights and strategies you'll learn in this episode will empower you to start doing more thinking for yourself and your business.
Putting yourself out there can feel HARD. And being completely real, BOLD and opinionated? It can be terrifying (what will people think?!). So while many say they WANT to stand out, they choose instead to blend in.
But not today’s guest.
I wanted episode 100 to be special, so I sat down with the incredible Jill Stanton of Screw the Nine to Five for a real talk convo about life, business, being a mom and making noise.
In this episode, Jill opens up and shares her struggle of self-doubt, how she stays future focused and positive by changing her thoughts, and of course, we’ll talk about how Jill approaches speaking on a stage.
As the popular marketing saying goes: facts tell, stories sell.
Stories are incredible for connection and engagement, but what if you just don’t have any good ones? Or everytime you need one, you go blank?
You need a bank of stories to pull from that you can use over and over again. In this episode, I give you my 3 step process for documenting and organizing stories so you’re never caught trying to think of one on the fly, or worse, omitting it all together.
Storytelling should be fun, not stressful. Get ready to add more personality and power to podcast interviews, weekly content, emails and more.
(04:46) How we see the world is based around our own beliefs. If you tell yourself you have no stories, you're going to make that truth.
The reality is our whole life is a story. Every memory we have from our childhood, from our work experiences, waiting in line at the coffee...