Want your career as a speaker to thrive?

If you could interview a panel of successful speakers, what would you ask?

$24.95, 256 pages paperback (6×9) ISBN: 978-0-9822907-5-0

Whether you want to earn a six figure income as a speaking professional, or simply learn what the masters already know, Finding Speaking Success will reveal many of the answers you seek.

Some of their answers may surprise you.  Why do some speakers recommend lessons in acting, comedy, and improv? What are they doing now, that they wish they had started sooner?  Want to hear about their most humbling or embarrassing moments while speaking?  How is the profession changing with the proliferation of webinars and video conferencing?

We are extremely grateful to the 26 wonderful speakers who were so gracious with their time.  They can feel that the time was well spent because we have made their interviews available to anyone through Finding Speaking Success: Mentoring Tips from the Masters.

  1. Chris Cox, Amplitude, LLC
  2. Jim Davidson, Speaking of Adventure
  3. Ava Diamond, The Diamond Success Group
  4. Jep Enck, Enck Resources
  5. Carol Frank, Birdseye Consulting
  6. Patricia Fripp, President, Fripp and Associates
  7. Steve Gilliland, Steve Gilliland Inc.
  8. Cheri S. Hill, Sage International, Inc.
  9. Larry Kendall, Ninja Selling
  10. Jill Lublin, Promising Promotion
  11. Mark McIntosh, The Comeback Coach
  12. Meggin McIntosh, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc.
  13. Barbara McVicker, Stuck in the Middle
  14. Terri Norvell, Further Performance Group
  15. Brian O’Malley, Spirit of Adventure
  16. Charles Phoenix, God Bless Americana
  17. Katy Piotrowski, Career Solutions Group
  18. Joe Sabah, Sabah and Company
  19. Mark Sanborn, Sanborn and Associates, Inc.
  20. Gina Schreck, Synapse 3Di
  21. John Sileo, ThinkLikeASpy.com
  22. Dave Taylor, Intuitive Systems/AskDaveTaylor.com
  23. Dr. Jerry Teplitz, Jerry Teplitz Enterprises, Inc.
  24. Leanne Thieman, Speaker Hall of Fame/Author/Nurse
  25. Robert W. Wendover, Center for Generational Studies
  26. Kim Wolinski, MSW, Dr. DeClutter

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The questions we asked:

  • How much time do you spend trying to get booked as a speaker? What about developing new content and rehearsing?  What are your primary sources of revenue?
  • What do you attribute your success to? Did you have a mentor?
  • Are you now, or were you ever, involved in NSA or Toastmasters? If so, how have those organizations benefited  you? Any other recommended resources?
  • What are you doing now in your speaking business you should have started doing sooner?
  • How has the internet helped you? Do you tap into social media (ie. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.), and how are you using it to be more successful?
  • What are the biggest mistakes you see new speakers make?
  • What is the most difficult aspect of your career to keep under control? How do you stay balanced?
  • What do you hope your audience takes away from your talks?
  • How are you able to keep your content ‘fresh and new’? And do you typically book repeat engagements w/the same organization?
  • Biggest challenges you face as someone making a full time career out of speaking? How have you overcome those challenges?
  • Your most embarrassing or humbling moment (while speaking)?
  • What have been the most rewarding aspects of your speaking career?
  • What would it say on your tombstone?
  • Is there anything else you want to share? Anything I didn’t ask that you think an aspiring speaker should know about this business?

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