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The Speaker Lab

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, building your platform, negotiating fees, social media marketing, networking, storytelling, humor, operating the business and so much more!
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Sep 19, 2017

Do you know how to be a great speaker to work with, or if you already are? Today you'll find out directly from an expert!

Chris Mefford is a speaker and a former executive in charge of events for Dave Ramsey. In that role, Chris oversaw all of their events - about 80 a year.

Along the way, he learned a lot about what makes a speaker great to work with and what doesn't, why he and his team hired certain speakers over others and why some speakers became repeat guests and not others.

He shares insights on those topics and more on episode 151 of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:   

  • What were the two ways speakers got on Chris' radar?
  • What NOT to lead with when connecting with potential clients.
  • What does easy to work with actually means, and why it's important.
  • Can you communicate too much with event staff?
  • What is the one thing Chris believes makes great speakers?
  • What's the best way to present a speaking idea when pitching a potential client?
  • The most effective approach to connecting with an event planner, according to Chris.
  • Why you should keep your email to 125 words, or less.
  • Two suggestions to ensure you are serving your clients before, during and after the event.
  • And so much more!

 

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