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Grant Baldwin from The Speaker Lab podcast will be sharing speaking business tactics, tips, and strategies from his own experience, case studies, and interviewing the experts. Whether you're just getting started trying to get your first booking or you're a veteran speaker looking to build and grow your business, this is for you. Grant has built a multiple six-figure per year business as a speaker having presented to over 500,000 people in over 450 paid speaking gigs. We'll talk about speaker marketing, working with speaker bureaus and agents, keynote speaking, building your platform, negotiating fees, social media marketing, networking, storytelling, humor, operating the business and so much more!

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Grant Baldwin from The Speaker Lab podcast will be sharing speaking business tactics, tips, and strategies from his own experience, case studies, and interviewing the experts. Whether you're just getting started trying to get your first booking or you're a veteran speaker looking to build and grow your business, this is for you. Grant has built a multiple six-figure per year business as a speaker having presented to over 500,000 people in over 450 paid speaking gigs. We'll talk about speaker marketing, working with speaker bureaus and agents, keynote speaking, building your platform, negotiating fees, social media marketing, networking, storytelling, humor, operating the business and so much more!

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Top notch content every episode!

By Hannah's Arc - Sep 14 2019
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Thank you Grant for providing such high quality information, experiences, top notch guests, and advice for free. You get to the core issues that many of us are struggling with. Keep up the great work!

A Must-Listen for Public Speakers!

By caroline leach - Aug 27 2019
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The Speaker Lab is an exceptional roadmap for building a thriving speaking business. Each episode is packed with valuable and immediately actionable tips to book and deliver well on paid speaking gigs. Plus, it’s a pleasure to listen to Grant Baldwin and his guests. Look forward to more!

iTunes Ratings

315 Ratings
Average Ratings
301
6
2
3
3

Top notch content every episode!

By Hannah's Arc - Sep 14 2019
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Thank you Grant for providing such high quality information, experiences, top notch guests, and advice for free. You get to the core issues that many of us are struggling with. Keep up the great work!

A Must-Listen for Public Speakers!

By caroline leach - Aug 27 2019
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The Speaker Lab is an exceptional roadmap for building a thriving speaking business. Each episode is packed with valuable and immediately actionable tips to book and deliver well on paid speaking gigs. Plus, it’s a pleasure to listen to Grant Baldwin and his guests. Look forward to more!

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Grant Baldwin from The Speaker Lab podcast will be sharing speaking business tactics, tips, and strategies from his own experience, case studies, and interviewing the experts. Whether you're just getting started trying to get your first booking or you're a veteran speaker looking to build and grow your business, this is for you. Grant has built a multiple six-figure per year business as a speaker having presented to over 500,000 people in over 450 paid speaking gigs. We'll talk about speaker marketing, working with speaker bureaus and agents, keynote speaking, building your platform, negotiating fees, social media marketing, networking, storytelling, humor, operating the business and so much more!

Rank #1: 146. How to Go From Zero Speaking Gigs to 30 in a Year, with Dr. Sue Ettinger (BPS Student)

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If you're struggling to gain traction or just get started speaking today's guest is here to help.

Dr. Sue Ettinger is a veterinarian who joined one of our programs about a year ago because she wanted to book more speaking gigs. She has been rocking it ever since!

Today we talk about how she finds gigs, why she's still nervous to quote fees, and how The Speaker Lab podcast and our program, Booked and Paid to Speak, have both helped her.  We wrap up the show with a valuable teaching/coaching lesson about how to build and expand her brand, it's useful information that will also apply to you.

You're going to get a lot out of today so get ready to take some notes and then join us on episode 146 of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Why did Dr. Sue become interested in pursuing public speaking?
  • What is her long-term goal with speaking?
  • How is she landing gigs so consistently?
  • How speaking gave her and her family the trip of a lifetime.
  • How to begin with the end in mind.
  • How to communicate when your audience is two distinct markets.
  • Why growing your speaking business really is a marathon, and not a sprint.
  • Is it really all about your talks?
  • And so much more!
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Aug 15 2017

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Rank #2: 087. 10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Speaking

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Now that I've been working as a speaker there are things I wish I had known at the beginning of my career that I know today. On episode 87 of The Speaker Lab, I'm sharing the top 10 items on that list!

Whether you're brand new to speaking or have your career in hand, there is something you can learn.

Listen in to hear topics like why you shouldn't bother with a speaking bureau or agent, what your best marketing piece is and the importance of investing in yourself and your business. That's all here plus more on today's solo episode of The Speaker Lab!

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Aug 09 2016

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Rank #3: 209. How to Develop Your Voice Through Speaking and Writing with Ann Handley

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Have you ever considered how to develop your voice through speaking and writing? Whether you are a speaker who wants to write or a writer who has a book to promote writing and speaking go hand in hand. Here to tell us more about this is Ann Handley.

Ann is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, she's also a best-selling author and a speaker. Today on The Speaker Lab she and Melanie are talking about writing and speaking are intertwined, how to find and refine your unique voice and the importance of showing up authentically on stage and in your content.

Episode 209 is also a different kind of episode: Melanie Diezel is back as our interviewer. We've done this once before and you all loved it so much we decided to do it again. Let us know if you want another Melanie-run interview and a repeat visit from Ann after you listen to this latest edition of The Speaker Lab!  

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • What is the essence of public speaking?
  • What is the dirty truth of being an author?
  • Can we develop a strong sense of our own voice, even if we aren't writers?
  • What makes the best writing?
  • Is writing something only a few special people have been gifted with?
  • How does content play into building your speaking business?
  • What gave her the feedback to know she needed to write her second book?
  • What is a baby step you can take right now to experiment with writing?
  • And so much more!
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Oct 30 2018

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Rank #4: 142. How to Negotiate Your Speaking Fees, with Liz Saunders

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If negotiating your fees has ever been difficult for you our guest will solve that problem today! Liz Saunders is an expert on booking speaking gigs, including how and when to negotiate your fees.

On episode 142 of The Speaker Lab, Liz shares her background as an event coordinator and road manager, and how she created The Tivich Group, an independent booking agency for speakers. She even walks us through a typical sales call for one of her clients, including the all-important fee discussion.

Liz also explains how and when to build your fees around your clients' priorities, and how to know when to lower your fees without shooting yourself in the proverbial foot. Whether you've been booking your own speaking gigs for decades or you're just starting out, Liz's information will be valuable and eye-opening. Join us to hear it all on today's edition of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Should you do your own bookings when you're starting out?
  • What are the pricing clues to listen for in a conversation with a potential client?
  • How to transition to talking about your fees.
  • What is the most awkward part of the conversation with a potential client?
  • How to keep your pricing from being seen as arbitrary.
  • Why to shut up after naming your fee!
  • What's the one step that has led to many bookings for my business?
  • What does her follow up process consist of?
  • And so much more!
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Jul 18 2017

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Rank #5: 062. How to Turn Your Story Into Speaking Gigs, with Joe Sangl

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Do you have a personal story that could help others, but you aren't sure how to get it out to people? Our guest on episode 62 will share how he took his own experiences and turned them into several businesses and a profitable speaking career to boot!

Joe Sangl owns several businesses, has authored multiple best-selling books and speaks around the world.

His own personal financial journey took him from dealing with debt and living paycheck to paycheck to being a successful entrepreneur, coach, speaker and leader today. And the experiences he gathered along the way are what he speaks about and shares to help others on their own financial journey.

On this episode of The Speaker Lab, Joe talks about how he turned his early experiences and insights into courses, coaching and books. He also explains how speaking naturally arose from those endeavors. Listen in for that and so much more on this edition of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW

  • How do you make the leap from having a story to sharing it?
  • When did he know his financial passion could be a real business?
  • What birthed his first real speaking opportunities?
  • Why your message will always be evolving and changing.
  • What happened in January 2008 that would become his ultimate launch pad?
  • What resource is really important to having a successful speaking career?
  • The three things a church must address to have a system that helps people with their finances.
  • Can you make a living speaking to churches?
  • And much, much more!

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May 12 2016

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Rank #6: 220. How to Get Started as a Speaker with Jason Hewlett

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If you are just starting out your main concern might about how to get started as a speaker. Our guest on this episode of The Speaker Lab is here to tell us how he did it.

Today Jason Hewlett is a professional speaker and entertainer, but like many people he had no idea where to start. He had the dream and the desire, but he needed a plan.

On today's episode we talk about how he got a plan in place and took action. We also discuss how he went from performance-based speaking with impressions and impersonations to more serious keynote speeches. You'll hear his tips and ideas on those topics and more on this edition of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Why does he prefer the keynote closing session?
  • How did following up after gigs help build his business from scratch?
  • Why event planners are in the risk-mitigation business, and how you can help.
  • How did he keep integrity with his fees?
  • What advice does he give to people moving from one niche to another?
  • Why speaking is a humbling business.
  • Why he always takes a selfie with a client, and what he does from there.
  • What's the value of having relationships with other speakers?
  • And so much more!
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Jan 15 2019

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Rank #7: 036. How To Set Up Your First Speaking Website

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Welcome to today's edition of The Speaker Lab, thanks for being here!

Episode 36 is about a question Becky sent in: Becky is a regular listener who is already getting paid to speak, but she doesn't have a web site or blog. She wrote in to ask how to set up her first web site and where to get started.

This is a great question every speaker needs to know the answer to, listen in to hear my thoughts on episode 36 of The Speaker Lab!

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Apr 08 2016

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Rank #8: 078. How To Find Your Path To Speaking Success, with Bob Burg

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One of the surest ways to excel as a speaker is to find someone who is a success, and then follow their early steps. It's true in speaking, it's true in business and it's true in other avenues of life.

A man who has done just that is Bob Burg. Bob is the best-selling author of The Go-Giver and Endless Referrals. After picking up audio cassette tapes at a Zig Ziglar event and enrolling in their speaking program, Bob's speaking career took off.

On today's show, Bob shares how the National Speakers Association also had an impact on his speaking career, and why you're better off following in the footsteps of successful giants than trying to go it on your own. It's all here on episode 78 of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • How did he get his first bookings?
  • How can you prepare for the inevitable rejections?
  • The follow up process to help you build on your successes
  • Why discipline and sweat equity are so vital to growing your speaking career.
  • What knocks many people out of the speaking business in the beginning?
  • What are reactive referrals and should you depend on them?

Jul 07 2016

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Rank #9: 112. How to Position Yourself as an Expert, with Jeff Rose

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Positioning yourself an authority is a surefire way to be featured in major media outlets and open doors that would otherwise be closed. But how do you do it?

Our guest for episode 112 has the answers! Jeff Rose of Good Financial Cents is here to spill the beans on how he became a regular contributor for Forbes. Jeff  is a certified financial planner who was named one of the Top 10 Young Advisors to Watch, by Financial Advisor magazine.

Today Jeff explains how he developed a relationship with Forbes, why it takes time and a focused niche. He also shares other major media he's been featured in like CNBC, Entrepreneur, and Huffington Post to name a few. Hear it all on episode 112 of The Speaker Lab!

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Why did he start his blog, Good Financial Cents?
  • How could he have gotten more traction quicker?
  • What's the best way to get quoted by the media?
  • How do you know if you should expand or narrow your focus?
  • If he was starting from scratch today would he change anything?
  • What is HARO and how can it help you?
  • The story of how he became a contributing writer with Forbes.
  • The John Corcoran strategy and how to use it.
  • And so much more!

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Dec 13 2016

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Rank #10: 077. How to Be Yourself On Stage, with Scott Stratten

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Today Scott Stratten is a world-renowned keynote speaker, best-selling author and all-around awesome guy who is known by nearly everyone in the speaking community.

But did you know that in the early days of his career he flew around North America training people to sell bubble wrap?! As our guest on episode 77 of The Speaker Lab he shares that amazing story, and much more.

Scott also shares his earliest experiences as a corporate trainer after college, and why he chose that path. He explains the origin story of the video that catapulted him to speaker stardom and led to receiving 97 speaker invitations in two weeks!

Whether or not you ever create a viral video to aid your speaking career, Scott gives specific suggestions on how to get your start on this episode. We go into the how and when of leveling up your speaking career, once you've got your feet wet as a speaker. He is equal parts hilarious and wise today! Listen in to laugh along with us, and get a little wiser on episode 77 of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Are many keynote speakers introverted or extroverted?
  • Why he has hired for his weaknesses.
  • Should every person you bring on to your team be an extension of you?
  • The importance of having tact and empathy, no matter what happens.
  • What are his two demands he includes in every contract?
  • What is his biggest fear as a speaker?
  • Why you must "show your work" before you can increase your fees.
  • What two things will all speakers eventually learn firsthand?
  • And so much more!

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Jul 05 2016

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Rank #11: 203. How to Create a Demo Video

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One of the most common topics people ask me about is how to create a demo video. To dive into this topic our co-host, Ms. Melanie Diezel, is returning for episode 203.

This is an important part of building your speaking business and your brand so we're dedicating an entire show to it.

Today, Melanie and I will walk you through the best practices to keep in mind for your demo video, how to actually create your demo video with or without footage, and our best technical tips and software suggestions even if you aren't technically-oriented.

There's a lot to get to so tune in to hear it all on episode 203 of The Speaker Lab!  

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Why your audience is key when you are creating your demo video.
  • How and why to use B roll and voiceover in moderation.
  • How can you layer in photos to show diverse experience?
  • What is one of the easiest ways to punch up your demo video?
  • What do you do if you need footage?
  • What are some ways to hold people's attention throughout your video?
  • Can you shoot your entire video using just an iPhone?
  • Why your title and description of your video are also important.
  • And so much more!
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Sep 18 2018

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Rank #12: 199. Grow Your Speaking Revenue Through Publishing with Jeff Goins

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By now you know publishing is a great way to solidify your reputation in your niche. But did you know you can also grow your speaking revenue through publishing? You can and our friend Jeff Goins is here to share exactly how.

Today is a different type of episode, it's actually an interview taken from our upcoming course Beyond The Stage. Our conversation focuses on all things publishing: self-publishing, traditional publishing or a hybrid of the two we are covering it.

There's a lot of great stuff on this show so please join me and Jeff Goins for a preview of Beyond The Stage right here on episode 199 of The Speaker Lab.  

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Why getting a traditional book deal isn't necessarily going to make your career.
  • Did Mark Twain self-publish his books?
  • How are book advances determined?
  • When does it make sense to get a traditional book deal, and when not?
  • How do you know if your platform qualifies as a "big" platform?
  • What is hybrid publishing and how does it work?
  • When does a hybrid deal make sense and when does self-publishing make sense?
  • What are your "subrights" and why should you keep your audio rights?
  • And so much more!
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Aug 21 2018

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Rank #13: 106. How to Develop Your Personal Story for Speaking

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Episode 106 of The Speaker Lab is a double feature! Listener Breahna wrote in with two questions, and I recorded two answers for her and for you.

Today I'll be explaining what to do if you have an amazing, sad, impactful, life-altering or otherwise significant story and how to develop that story into the pillar of your speaking career. Find out if you need to earn more credentials, go back to school, or just answer a few simple questions.

Breahna also wanted to know what to do if you radically alter your appearance once your speaking career is underway, so I'll chime with a reply to that topic as well! Tune in to hear to my responses on today's episode of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • What level of credentials do you need when you have a powerful story to share?
  • If you have a great story will people automatically pay you to speak about it?
  • The three key questions you need to answer when starting your speaking career.
  • Why there has to be a compelling reason for people to hire you, and how to find yours.
  • What life insurance has to do with creating a speaking career.
  • What does your marketing need to reflect about you?
  • What should you do if you make significant changes to your appearance?
  • And so much more!

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Nov 01 2016

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Rank #14: 192. Preparing For Your Speech

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Preparing for your speech is an important aspect of giving a great talk and here to give us her trade secrets is Melanie Deziel.

If you've been here before you know Melanie is a frequent co-host of the show and she joins us again on The Speaker Lab to give you a breakdown of her personal speaking preparations.

We give you a behind-the-scenes look at how we each rehearse and get ready for the stage. We specifically talk about music we listen to, food we eat or don't eat, how much we hydrate, and what else we do in the hours leading up to the talk. Get your head right and body right before you take the stage, hear how on this edition of The Speaker Lab!    

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • How far ahead of time should you have your content down pat?
  • How to use voice recording to help you in preparing for your speech.
  • Why not to touch your content the hour before you go on stage.
  • What is the best way to prepare your voice for your speech?
  • Should you work out the day you are speaking?
  • What to do backstage before giving your talk.
  • What else should you schedule for your gig day?
  • How to find out if there's a courtesy clock or countdown clock before you go on stage.
  • And so much more!
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Jul 03 2018

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Rank #15: 109. How to Get Paid to Talk, with Carrie Wilkerson

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Do you think speakers are born or can they be made? Is there a checklist of characteristics that make someone a great speaker? Our guest for episode 109 is here to weigh in on those topics, and more!

Carrie Wilkerson, my extra sassy friend and founder of The Barefoot Executive, joins us to talk about her background as a trained musician, and how growing up  as the pastor's daughter set up her present day speaking career.

According to her parents, Carrie has been a talker since birth! In fact she talked so much as a child that her dad once told her if she could find a way to get paid for it she'd have it made. Carrie shares those stories as well as how a transition from performing as a singer in her dad's church to introducing those songs and making them relevant helped her hone the natural cadence she has on stage.

She also shares a great lesson she learned firsthand about why it's important to be a fit for for your audience. Hear it all on episode 109 of The Speaker Lab!  

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • Did she know she would always be on stage?
  • How big were her earliest crowds?
  • When did she know speaking was the thing she was meant to do?
  • Does she think anyone can be a speaker?
  • How did John Maxwell describe her speaking style?
  • How The Barefoot Executive was born.
  • What three assets should you take care of the most as a speaker?
  • What's the best way to become a really good speaker?
  • And so much more!

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Nov 22 2016

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Rank #16: 101. How to Get Speaking Gigs at Colleges, with Adam Carroll

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The question of how to make a career out of speaking to college audiences is a common one, so I decided to bring my friend, Adam Carroll, on the show to give you the answer.

Adam has been a speaker on over 650 college campuses as well as countless local and regional events for college students. He knows that market like the back of his hand!

On episode 101 of The Speaker Lab, he's sharing that knowledge with you. We talk about the different markets within the college community, how to know what group, committee or department to contact when you're looking for speaking gigs and how to set yourself to get repeat gigs with the same university.

He's got some great tricks up his sleeve, and you'll get to peek at them on today's show. Listen in for all of that and more on episode 101 of The Speaker Lab!

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • What were the two big factors that started his college speaking career?
  • Why knowing your content is critical for continued success.

Sep 27 2016

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Rank #17: 260. Is Your Speaking Topic Financially Viable with Clay Hebert

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How do you know if your speaking topic is financially viable or if your audience will actually pay to hear what you have to say? The man to answer those questions and more is your friend and mine, Clay Hebert.

Clay was here way back on episode 5 of The Speaker Lab and today he is back. We have a fun conversation about several topics including how to figure out if your audience or target market can actually pay speaking fees, the best way to respond to the question of what do you do and why you need to work on your personal brand while also working on your craft.

Tune in to hear the details on episode 260 of The Speaker Lab!  

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW

  • Why certain talks don't pay but can still build your brand and change your career.
  • What three entities pay for speakers?
  • What's one of the big untold secrets in the speaking industry?
  • Why it's important to work on your personal brand while you're also working on your craft.
  • Is it true that winners quit all the time?
  • When does a talk become great?
  • Why do speakers some times choose safe topics?
  • Success leaves what?
  • And much, much more! 
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Oct 22 2019

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Rank #18: 050. How to Start Speaking at Schools

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Have you wanted to speak at a school but didn't know how to reach the right person on staff? If you said yes you are not alone.

Mettie asked this question on Facebook and I wanted to share my answer and my thoughts with you on this episode because it's an important topic for all speakers.

Listen in to hear my insights on how to find the right person to contact at any school on episode 50 of The Speaker Lab!

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Apr 22 2016

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Rank #19: 232. Simple Ways to Book More Gigs with Kris Reece

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Are you overlooking some simple ways to book more gigs? You'll find out when you listen to today's show!

Kris Reece is a professional faith-based speaker who also coaches and writes books for women about reaching their fullest God-given potential.

On this episode we talk about some issues she is facing in her speaking business. Specifically, we help Kris find new gigs, leverage connections from previous gigs and evaluate whether it makes sense to pay to speak.

Join us to hear insights on those topics and more on the 232nd edition of The Speaker Lab!

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • What are the reasons you should consider speaking for free?
  • Why you send an invoice even if you speak for free.
  • The two things you can do during a speaking gig to generate future gigs.
  • What's the best way you can approach previous clients for referrals?
  • How do you evaluate whether you should buy a sponsorship and pay to speak?
  • What is one of the quickest ways to build a relationship?
  • How do you find the key person who books speakers at big events?
  • Why you should never stop marketing your speaking services.
  • And so much more!

 

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Apr 09 2019

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Rank #20: 056. How to Create Demo Videos with Wes Wages

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Whatever level of speaking expertise you have you know the
importance of a good demo video. But do you know what actually
constitutes a good demo video and how you can create one? After
this episode you will!

On today's edition of The Speaker Lab, Wes Wages joins us to
answer those questions and more. I brought Wes on to the show
because he does all of my video content!

He is an accomplished videographer who began his career by
shooting weddings with his wife. After growing tired of endless
weekend work he moved into helping entrepreneurs with their video
needs.

Today, Wes shares his expertise on how a great demo video can
advance your career, what exactly should be included in your video
and how long it should be. He also shares his advice on including
audience reaction in your demo video, how to incorporate a good
"hook", and how long a video can be before losing the audience's
interest.

Listen in to hear all of that and so much more on this episode
of The Speaker Lab!


THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW

•    Wes shares why having a demo video is truly
important.

•    How to avoid "selling yourself" and instead
showcase what you do.

•    What can you do to personalize your demo
videos?

•    How to professionally include your contact
information.

•    What types of conferences should you focus
on?

•    Wes' 9 tips for an enjoyable experience with
your videographer.

•    What is a "raw file" and why do you need to
request a copy of it?

•    How to shoot a video without a
videographer.

•    And much, much more!

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Apr 28 2016

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