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7 Characteristics of a Million Dollar Speaker

7 Characteristics of a Million Dollar Speaker

Throughout my training, travels, and experience of speaking with giants on stage, I have found that the characteristics of million dollar speakers boil down to 7 key characteristics. Million dollar speakers: Get trained Become master storytellers Exude confidence Are...

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What To Do When Your Speaking Time Gets Cut

What To Do When Your Speaking Time Gets Cut

As a professional speaker, you’ll run into situations where an event has gone off schedule and your time may be cut. First and foremost, be gracious. Know that the event coordinator wouldn’t cut your time if they didn’t have to. They have a lot to manage, and they...

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What Speakers Don’t Know Can Hurt Them

What Speakers Don’t Know Can Hurt Them

Imagine this, someone contacted you and asked you to speak at their event. You are all excited and do the happy dance. You send them your topic, bio, and picture. You find out when you’re speaking, how long you are speaking, and you rush out to celebrate. However,...

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Traveling as a Speaker

Traveling as a Speaker

I’ve been blessed to see the world because of speaking. I’ve spoken on three continents traveling to international destinations like Rome, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Greece, Canada, The Yucatan, and Jamaica – for little or no cost. There are several ways to get...

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Infinite Impact

Infinite Impact

God said, “Let there be light” and there was light. He made us in his own image. If God made us in his own image, this means our words are just as powerful as His. They create worlds. Our words have created the world we live in today and the world for those around us....

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Give Your Audience HOPE

Give Your Audience HOPE

In your next speaker presentation, give your audience hope. Think about how you can integrate and add hope into your talk. Ask yourself, “How can I inspire my audience and give them hope?” Here are four ways using the acronym GIVE: G is for Grab You need to grab your...

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