June 27, 2016
Be Heard, Business Success, Good News, Public Speaking
With the first six months of 2016 coming to a close, I took to my journal to reflect on accomplishments achieved so far. The most important part of this exercise is identifying what I have learned.
The lessons have been bountiful and humbling at the same time. I’ve decided to share my lessons on the blog so they might serve you, too.
- After a breast cancer scare and a emergency retina repair surgery for my husband in March, I am reminded that the greatest of all blessings is good health.
- Sometimes, a quarter turn of a message can make a world of difference. I shifted much of my marketing messaging to focus on guiding aspiring speakers to get ready for opportunity before opportunity knocks early this year. I still speak from my expertise as a business bio expert, though the slight messaging shift has made a world of difference in my business results. This audience urgently desires to get booked and often can monetize their messages in the moment with their powerful and authentic offers made from the stage. That makes getting to return on investment on my training so much more immediate for them and so rewarding for me.
- I love when clients succeed. Broadcasting their brilliance via my ezine and other means is the best demonstration of what it is to be a champion of others’ success. Everyone wins.
- Stop telling stories that are no longer true. “You are not a speaker” has been my inner dialogue. However, this year, I have given the same talk 22 times to appreciative audiences. Whether I was invited to share it via teleclass, webinar or live or created my own opportunities to share it, I am a speaker.
- Sharing stories is so much more memorable and compelling than sharing action tips and information. Going forward, I am going below the surface to share the vulnerable stories and powerful insights from the wisdom of hard won experience instead of speaking just ‘from the neck up.’
- With the right speaker and authentic championship, filling a room doesn’t have to be hard. I have heard many people say that it is hard to fill live events. I have been reluctant to host my own as a result. In March of this year, I played a major role in filling a hotel room with 38 awesome guests who could be in the house to benefit from one of my most trusted and admired business colleagues. The guests raved about the value, and a meaningful group of those guests decided to invest more deeply to get even more support. I may very well host my own local and live events and workshops after all!
- SHOWING UP IN PERSON is fun and rewarding. I’ve relied on teleclasses and webinars to deliver my message over the last few years. What a thrill it is to look into the eyes of those I meet and know in my heart, head, and gut whether the message is landing squarely. I can’t wait to speak live and in person to even more groups this year and next in my own backyard and beyond.
- Boundary setting is a beautiful thing. That means “No” can be a complete sentence. Not all invitations are “YES” decisions. Not everyone who wants to be a partner, co-collaborator, or referral source is a fit to play that role. That is OK.
- Give your clients and best partners the benefit of the doubt. When people have the CONTEXT over time to value a pattern of ongoing contribution, service, and championship, there is GRACE in that. There should always be room for the benefit of the doubt.
- People come into our lives for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. It stings when things don’t last. As long as I go deep to find the blessing in each transition, I can be twice blessed.
What are your biggest lessons so far for 2016?
January 26, 2016
Broadcast Media Training, Bye-Bye Boring Bio Success Story, Public Speaking
Note: I wrote this article in 2012, and it bears repeating.
James Taylor’s classic song “That’s Why I’m Here” offers lyrics that speak to the desires of many consultants, experts, authors and speakers to get known and get paid. He writes, “Fortune and fame. Such a curious game. Perfect strangers call you by name. Ask you to sing ‘Fire and Rain’ again and again and again.” This is a refrain that a great many would like to be the song and story of their lives and businesses.
And it’s all within reach, provided there is readiness to make it happen. Justin Beiber, a rock star in his own right was once quoted in USA Today as saying, “People think that being famous is easy, but there’s so much hard work in it.” He would know.
That said, here is a simple, four-step process to follow to get “rock star ready” to welcome opportunities to fuel the sales funnel and fan the flames of prosperity in this New Year, even if your particular brand of marketplace magic has nothing to do with singing to throngs of people from a stage:
1. Declare your expertise.
2. Prepare your story.
3. Share your story.
4. Rinse and repeat.
Declare Your Expertise and Kick Generic to the Curb
“Author, Expert and Speaker” isn’t nearly as compelling as: “Humorous Keynote Speaker, Beatles Expert, and Comedy Writer Bill Stainton.” What is your expertise, and does the message break through the clutter to invite a decision maker to take a closer look?
Prepare Your Story
Making it easy for decision makers to get what they want often makes it easier for you to get what you want. One-size-profile does not suit all situations in today’s technology-charged, interactive, and global marketplace. Those who want to be ready to say YES when opportunity strikes do themselves and gate keepers to leveraged opportunities many favors by anticipating content needs long before invitations to get hired. Preparing and posting to your website or blog bios of varying word counts – 50, 100, and 300 — makes it easy for those who need your information to find it without having to ask you for a new version at the 11th hour.
Telesummits, webinars, live events, and media interviews offer leveraged ways to share information with the right people. And each opportunity has its own set of readiness requirements.
Imagine for a moment that an influential internet entrepreneur is coordinating 20 content experts to contribute to her 5-day telesummit. She is going to need 20 bios, 20 head shots, and 20 sets of interview questions in perfect timing to be in strong position to promote this event to her community, provide content to the speakers so they can promote it to their respective communities, and be well prepared to interview each on event day. This is no small task that requires extraordinary organizational skills.
Participants who are ready to submit their materials well in advance of the stated deadline show up as “a joy to work with” as they set the stage to do a great job on event day. When they deliver their messages with impact as promised and expected, the event producer is in good position to extend repeat invitations to contribute to future events. Best of all, that event producer is likely to refer the best performers to other people with impact and influence to open even more doors to opportunity. Those who do the opposite set up a different set of unwelcome consequences.
That is why the key is to be 24/7 ready for opportunity so you never suffer from the 11th hour scramble, message point SOS, or “why didn’t I get my story together before” situations again. Don’t let these “bio emergency” situations be your reality.
Share Your Story
Once you’ve prepared your story, it’s time to share it with the right people and leveraged audiences to fuel your lead generation pipeline and your future prosperity. Share your story in a variety of ways including these:
• In the “about me” section of your website or blog;
• Via the profiles you post to social media;
• In the “boilerplate” paragraph of every press release you send;
• In the teleseminar packets you share with your joint venture partners; and via the speaker sheet that clearly describes what kind of a speaker you are, the hot topic you speak about, and how to book you.
Rinse & Repeat
Anything you do one time never delivers enough impact to make the right kind of noise. You’ve got to stick with this and continue to share your message so more of the right people can be compelled to like, trust, respect and do business with you. The key is to focus on the “big rocks” that have the greatest potential to create awareness, excitement, and momentum in your business among your ideal clients. By following each of these essential steps, you create a rolling wheel of revenue generating opportunity for your business that creates powerful momentum as you grow your influence, impact, and income.
Your Call to Action
Get ready now and start sharing your story in all the ways that you can to attract more of the right opportunities with ease and grace and set yourself apart from the crowd as you do.
>> If you need to roll up your sleeves to get all this done, the Get Known to Get Paid Success Training to ‘Broadcast Your Brilliance’ is a great way to begin. Learn more and enroll at this link.
October 2, 2014
Business Success, Public Speaking, Video PR
Truth be told, I suffered from this ailment for quite a while.
I accepted invitations to speak, spent hours to create original material, and rehearsed my presentations for hours before showing up live or by webinar to deliver them.
With high hopes and even higher expectations, I would show up and deliver the best content I knew how to deliver.
And, sad to say, my results were disappointing.
What I wanted was to welcome a rush to the back of the room or to my online shopping cart to invest in the products or programs I was promoting. Instead, I’d welcome warm applause, new fans and friends, and go home with a basket of business cards and disappointing sales.
Not only did they love me and not buy from me, I was guilty of a number of sins as a presenter.
== I over delivered on content and went “over the arc” way too often. That didn’t invite sales and created exhaustion for me.
== I needed to rethink the value of structure and shift my thinking to believe that “structure is friend not foe.” For an artist like me, that was BIG.
== My program descriptions needed a booster shot of results based titles to be even more action inducing. This was a “duh moment” for sure.
== Being a student of the structure and the template is one thing. Learning to put ME in the presentation was another thing entirely. I was fighting that tooth and nail.
It was maddening to tell you the truth. For as hard as I was working, my results were just not good enough.
At the end of 2013, I got to that “now or never” point where something had to change.
I got serious about finding a teacher to guide my transformation as a virtual workshop leader and speaker. Master Workshop Leader and Trainer Callan Rush offered many of her best content for free last November to help ease my pain. I quickly consumed her book, event filling blue print, and special report and got serious about improving my results.
So impressed I was with the quality of her free materials that I invested in her Magnetize, Monetize, and Mesmerize training.
I declared 2014 to be my year to significantly improve the design and delivery of my offerings for BIG results.
My results have been specific, terrific, and they keep getting better.
== I attended the Magnetize training in January of 2014. En route home from Canada to Bellevue, I wrote an email to serve my tribe with powerful education and sent it when I arrived home. To my delight, I earned back my full tuition in the three programs within 48 hours with paid enrollments in my own Worldwide Virtual Get Your Story Done Workshop.
== Clients, fans, and followers have noticed the change in my presentations and voted with their purchases at the shopping cart and in th back of the room when I speak.
== Year to date for 2014, my sales are up 30%.
== Now that I have a proven way to structure and deliver my presentations, I spend significantly less time preparing new material so my focus can be on delivering the material I create with impact, authenticity, and PRESENCE.
== I think the biggest lesson I have learned from participating in the training is to bring my full self to every talk — in all my colors. The more REAL I am, the better my results.
When this student was ready, the right teacher appeared, and my business is so much better today as a result.
So, if you are sick and tired of suffering from “They Loved Me, But They Didn’t Buy From Me” disease and it is time to bring in the relief, take a close look at the free training Callan Rush is offering to open your eyes to a better way to design and deliver your programs. It absolutely paid off for me.
February 4, 2013
Book Publishing, New Audio File to Support Your DIY Publicity Success, Public Speaking
It was a full house at the Marketing with a Book and a Speech Summit in Seattle in Saturday. We laughed and learned from the likes of Henry DeVries, Bill Stainton,Mark LeBlanc … and yours truly. Wish you all could have been in room, and reading this blog post is the next best thing to being there.
They Laughed and Cried and Couldn’t Put it Down:
- Dorthoy Wilhelm: “Dear Nancy and Bill, I just want to thank you two for doing the Northwest proud with your presentations yesterday at the Book and A Speech Summit. There was so much valuable, usable information, and I think the fact that you could offer material so valuable to experienced speakers and writers, and beginners, leaving out no one in between was nothing short of incredible. It was as if I heard the last pieces I needed to put my new plan together. Of course, Mark and Henry are wonderful – but you’re our very own! Thanks again.”
- Jennifer Malocha: ” TREMENDOUS!!!!”
- Anna Goldworthy: “Once again, Nancy has knocked it out of the park by hosting the Marketing with a Book and a Speech Summit at Verity Credit Union in Seattle. The presenters were top notch, inspiring, and held nothing back. The Summit wildly exceeded our expectations. Thanks to Mark LeBlanc, Henry DeVries, Bill Stainton, and the incomparable Nancy Juetten! The overriding philosophy of ‘write the darn book!’ has put Nina and I on track to publish our book in 90 days!”
- Tammy Lyon Westergaard: “My head is full of incredible info from the Marketing with a Book and Speech Summit today organized by the fabulous Nancy Juetten. I think I’ll just go ahead and outline my book now… 🙂
Sassy Soundbites from the Speakers to Propel Serious Authors and Speakers Forward:
- On writing a ‘warm up’ book for seniors: “You can write a small book with big type.” — Mark LeBlanc
- Give your audience everything, trust that the rest will work itself out.” — Mark LeBlanc
- “Don’t fall in love with your potential. Take action.” — Mark LeBlanc
- “Stay in the game and hurry up.” Mark LeBlanc
- “Ask yourself this question. What is my primary speaking topic for a defined period of time?” — Mark LeBlanc
- “When setting fees for keynotes and speaking, consider your fee range based on a variety of variables — length of program, geography, type of organization, number of people in the audience, the number of programs to be offered for the event (keynote, breakout session, etc.), and factors such as whether the organization will purchase books in quantity and how the organization prefers expenses to be handled.” — Mark LeBlanc
- “Would you be open to a conversation?” is a great way to open the doors to new business.” — Henry DeVries
- On project scope creep: “Yes, we can do that. And there is a cost associated with that.” — Henry DeVries
- Before inviting questions and answers from the audience, say this: “I’ve got one more story, but before I share it, what questions do you have for me?” — Bill Stainton, on making sure every talk ends on a high note.
- “Practice the art of the pause when delivering humor. And when you start to bomb, slow down!” — Bill Stainton
From me, Nancy Juetten:
- “People don’t want to by your program, they want to buy your results.”
- “To attract clients, focus on the who, how and wow.”
- “What can you offer that eases a pain for your audience that they need, want and will pay to get?”
- Of course there was a very sassy soundbite having something to do with what happens when you sleep with a publicist, but you would have had to be there to get the joke. And it just about brought the house down. (I wrote a press release for my husband Steve Juetten about Smart Money Rules from a Bellevue Fee Only Financial Planner, inspired by Downton Abbey that earned some very compelling results …)
- If you want to LISTEN TO my 30 minute talk, you can. Here is the MP3 audio file.
- Here are more tips from yours truly around building your platform now so when your book, speech, either or both are ready, there is a ready audience of fans, followers and advocates standing by to invest wisely in what you have to offer.
A good time was had by all, and I can’t wait to see what happens when everyone takes action on what LeBlanc calls the “will do” list in the next 30, 60 and 90 days. What is on YOUR list? Share, and let’s keep you accountable for your results!
January 15, 2013
Book Publishing, Public Speaking
In 1985, I enrolled in an Introduction to Public Relations course at UC San Diego. That was a course that changed the trajectory of my life. Henry DeVries was the instructor, and I still remember that first class as if it was yesterday. There must have been 40 students in that classroom. By the end of the session, he knew each of our names and something personal about each of us. And Henry was able to demonstrate that, right then and there, by introducing us all to each other.
Not long after that, there was this assignment to write a press release about the unusual sex habits of the Komodo Dragons at the San Diego Zoo. You could say I hit the ball out of the park because Henry wrote a “teacher’s note” on my graded paper that said, “This is very well done. You will go far.” I saved that graded paper and considered it powerful fuel to catapult my dream to first create my boutique publicity company and later to create the publicity tools and training company I run today. Here I am, still a fan of Henry DeVries as a teacher, mentor and friend. I am proud to share a guest blog post from Henry DeVries to guide you to attract clients with books and speaking. Henry, Mark LeBlanc, Bill Stainton, and me will be hosting our own Marketing with a Book and a Speech live event in Seattle on Feb. 2. I hope you’ll consider coming. All details are noted in the link, and a short application is required.
Take it away Henry!
“With a book, you’re able to demonstrate that you understand like no one else the specific nature of the problems that your prospects face,” best-selling author Michael Levin recently told the New York Times. “I always recommend targeting a niche with a book instead of writing for the general public,” added the noted ghostwriter. “Write exactly for the people you’re trying to sell to. Show them that you understand their problems and that you offer solutions. In a book, you can lay out everything that you do to solve these problems. The goal is that if your book is generous enough with information, they’ll say, ‘I could do this on my own, but I would be much better off hiring the author to solve this problem for me.’ That’s the result we’re looking for. That’s why you want a book.”
What groundwork should you lay before you write a book? There is a proven process for marketing with integrity and getting an up to 400% to 2000% return on your marketing investment. At the Marketing With a Book and Speech Summit we call it the Educating Expert Model, and the most successful professional service and consulting firms use it to get more clients than they can handle. The findings of our 8-year, $2 million research study about how the most successful professional and consulting firms use this model were published in our book, Client Seduction.
Here is the Reader’s Digest version. Before you can begin attracting clients, you need to create a marketing genetic code that is attractive to clients. All of your marketing messages, from networking discussions to speeches, will contain the elements of this marketing DNA that positions you as the Educating Expert.
Here are 10 steps that will help you create these all-important marketing genes.
1. Create a business name or a website name that gives potential clients a hint at the results you can produce for them. The worst possible business name or website name is your name. I know, I know, McKinsey and Price Waterhouse are named after the founders. But you are not them. Sorry to say, clients don’t want us, they want results.
2. Write a headline for your website and marketing materials that describes your audience and the results you produce for them. Do this in no more than 10 words. Mine is “We help professionals and consultants attract all the clients they want.”
3. Name your client’s pain. What are your client’s worries, frustrations and concerns that you help solve? This is also called the FUD factor: fear, uncertainty and doubt.
4. Describe your solution or methodology for solving these pains. What process do you follow to produce results? Offering a proprietary problem-solving process that you name and trademark is best. This answers the all-important question in their minds: “Why should I do business with you instead of one of your competitors?”
5. State the common misperception that holds many back from getting results. Why doesn’t everybody do what you named in step 4?
6. Tell your clients what they need to do in general to solve their problem. Pretend they weren’t hiring you and you had to describe the steps they should take for success.
7. List any other benefits they get from following your methods. What other good things do people get when they do what you advise?
8. Elaborate on your track record of providing measurable results for clients. Be specific as much as possible. Use numbers, percentages and time factors.
9. Create a website with free tips articles on how to solve these pains. Each article should be about 300 to 600 words. What’s a good format? Consider the numbered tips approach you are reading right now (easy to write, easy to read).
10. Make prospects an offer of a free special report on your website. You are offering to trade them a valuable piece of information for their email address. Tell them they will also receive a tips enewsletter from you. Assure them you will maintain their privacy and they can easily opt off your list any time they want.
Henry DeVries, marketing scientist and ghostwriter, is an expert on typing and talking: how to maximize revenues by writing books and making speeches. He speaks to thousands of consultants and service professionals each year, teaching them proven tactics that bring them new clients. Along with his best-selling books — How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett, Self-Marketing Secrets, Client Seduction, and Pain Killer Marketing — the buzz building tools of Henry DeVries have been used to dramatically increase revenues and leverage marketing budgets for two decades. In addition to authoring his own books, he ghostwrites at least four books a year. His goal is to win the Nobel Prize in Marketing. As a ghostwriter and editor for professionals and consultants, he has worked on 43 book projects in the last six years. His proposals have earned five-figure advances for clients. His latest best-selling book, How to Close A Deal Like Warren Buffett, co-authored with Vistage speaker Tom Searcy, was published by McGraw-Hill in November of 2012 and was the #1 sales and marketing book on Amazon.com. He has published with the top five publishers, privately published, independently published and association published, and personally knows the dos and don’ts of all current publishing options. He also has relationships with some of the most respected agents in the business and has launched and supported columns in Forbes.com, Inc.com, metro daily newspapers and CBS MoneyWatch helping clients to gain credibility, free publicity and larger reach. To apply for a no-cost seat at his private, invitation-only “Marketing With a Book and Speech Summit” on February 2, 2013 in Seattle, please go to http://www.authenticvisibility.com/marketingsummitfeb22013/.
March 28, 2012
Today, March 28, is the day of my father’s birth. And, sadly, veteran actor of stage and screen Ron Soble passed away May 2, 2002 at age 74. Being the publicist in the family, it was my job to write the obituary that traveled far and wide in the entertainment news. I also spoke at the service to celebrate his life before an audience of life-long friends, neighbors, family members, and Hollywood celebrities. Hundreds of people came to honor his contributions to the entertainment industry.
Dad studied public speaking at the University of Michigan. His screen credits are many as his bio reveals.
In 2002, I didn’t know the role that public speaking would play in own life. Until I met Patricia Fripp in 2009, I had never before taken a speech class. One thing I did know was that my way with words would be my vehicle to make my own impact in life and work. Today, a decade after Dad’s passing, I’ve found a way to do both to make my own contribution. The truth is that I learned far more about PR by watching Dad in action than anything I learned in business school. Growing up around someone who loved the spotlight taught me a lot. It’s one of the reasons I am skilled at guiding others to claim their place in the light in this work I do today.
Ours was not an easy relationship. Despite our differences, the way he lived his life left a lasting impression and many lessons from which others can benefit. Today, on the date of his birth, I share those timely and timeless lessons with you.
When choosing your mate, make sure you get it right. My dad was fortunate to meet my mom early in life, and she stuck by him in good and bad times, in sickness and health, though career highs and lows, and for everything in between. Dad and Mom got it right.
Make good friends and keep them. Dad made friends from grade school, high school, college, and throughout his life. And he kept them. That’s richness beyond measure.
Choose work you love, and don’t look back. There’s nothing worse than going to the coal mine every day to do work you loathe. Dad made a career choice that spoke to his passion, and he stuck with it. There was never a question about doing something else to make ends meet. Doing what he loved was the only option. There is wisdom in that.
Believe what you believe, and defend what you value. My dad’s commitment to the rights of the working actor kept him fighting for the cause for years, and thousands of artists now benefit from his efforts. That is a lasting legacy.
Find your voice and use it. Dad was one to tell it like it is in language that would make a sailor blush. But he got his message across. You always knew where you stood with him. There’s something to be said for that.
It’s never too late to do something really wonderful. Dad gave my mom a simple wedding band when they married. Not too long before his passing, he ventured out to a jeweler friend and purchased a wedding set and diamond for my mom, after 48 years of marriage. He also started wearing his wedding ring. It’s never too late to get things right. In his final months, he sat alongside the bathtub to watch my toddler son take a bath. There’s nothing better than a little splish-splash in the bath to bring grins all around and create an abiding memory.
If you’ve got things to resolve with folks, find a way to make that happen. In his own way, he told me he was sorry for what had gone wrong with our relationship. That was a treasured, healing moment for us both.
As parents, we all hope that we are going to get that right, too. You hope your babies will be born healthy. You hope that you will be able to give them every opportunity. You hope they will do well in school, graduate from college, and create lives that make them happy.
My parents had two daughters. They gave us every opportunity to find our unique strengths and talents. We ventured into the world to choose wonderful husbands who are involved, supportive fathers to our children. We have both selected careers that allow us to express our unique talents and abilities and live lives that are consistent with our values.
It’s a wonderful thing to look back on my father’s life and see that – despite the differences we shared — good things are still unfolding for our own children as a result of the lessons we learned from Dad along the way.
February 20, 2011
Event Promotion, Public Speaking
It’s a week before the Academy Awards, and there is plenty of buzz about “The King’s Speech” as a contender for best film and a whole lot more. This is among the best film’s I’ve seen in years. And the film conveys a message that is relevant to share here about the Know-Like-Trust Factor.
The King could have hired the most highly credentialed speech therapist on Earth to help him overcome his stammer. At the end of the day, he engaged someone he liked and trusted. He hired someone who listened well. Regardless of the absence of “best of breed” credentials, the King hired this man to get the job done. Together, they made it happen. And that speech therapist was ultimately Knighted for his remarkable and important personal service.
The Know-Like-Trust Factor counts for a lot. Always has. Always will.
To learn even more, be sure to tune into Bill Baren’s Know-Like-Trust Online Event that starts on Monday. Just as “The King’s Speech” is a must-see film, Bill’s event is not to be missed, as well.
October 5, 2010
New Audio File to Support Your DIY Publicity Success, Public Speaking
If you want to step into a speaking career, creating a compelling speaker sheet that invites meeting planners to say “yes” right away is a great place to start. This morning, as a guest on Diane Bridwater’s Blog Talk Radio Show, I shared tips to guide the listeners to do exactly that. You can listen in at DianeBridwater-SpeakerSheetTips_mp3. Enjoy!
June 4, 2010
Book Publishing, Public Speaking
You could have the most important message to share, but if the headline you use to introduce your message falls flat, your message doesn’t have a chance. In this month’s issue of Behind the Podium, a members-only newsletter for aspiring speakers from SpeakerMatch, a meeting planner who makes decisions about keynote speakers had this to say:
“I have to tell you … I’m scrolling through my list of applications. You might want to let the speakers know … if that paragraph that I see next to their name in my list doesn’t capture my attention, I am rejecting. If it does, I will read, and I am keeping those that catch my attention to go through. There have been a couple that had only one sentence or nothing, and I rejected them.”
— Christine Ross, 3M Personal Care Division
Another speaker resource who is creating a directory of world-class women speakers called me in a panic this week because the speakers who were submitting their 150-word bios were not delivering quality messages. Many of them had to be re-written at the 11th hour in time to meet their production deadline.
With that said, if you have only 150 words to say who you are, the value you bring, and the message you deliver, what would you say? My advice is to get that message prepared so when the next great speaking or media interview opportunity comes your way, you won’t have to scramble. You’ll just welcome the call and gracefully say YES to the great opportunity to make a difference for others and your own growing business. I just updated my speaker page to showcase the 150 words I most want meeting planners to see. Check it out.
Let me know if the headline resonates for YOU. To learn more about writing compelling headlines, check out this popular post at The Buzz Bin.
Speaking of headlines, I’ll have the wonderful opportunity to interview John Eggen for a free teleseminar taking place on Thursday, June 24 at 5 p.m. Eggen is the founder of Mission Publishing Mentors. He is also the creator and compiler of the international best-selling book entitled “Get the Business Breakthrough You Want.” The title of the presentation is:
How to Create a Client Attracting Book Fast
that Generates Up to $150,000 in Revenue Before It is Published.
That, my friends, is a compelling headline! I’ll have more to share about this important interview in the days ahead, including the link to make it easy for you to reserve your place on the LIVE call. You won’t want to miss your opportunity to speak in real time with Eggen to get YOUR questions answered.
December 28, 2009
Event Promotion, Public Speaking
The good folks at ThinkSpace in Redmond have invited me to speak to their members and ten non-member guests on Wed., January 6 at noon about how to get known as an expert through the power of the media. Be among the first ten people to RSVP to Alyssa@thinkspace.com, and you’ll be secured of a space. Here is a link to learn more.
And, if you live in the Redmond area and need a new co-working space to make magic happen in your business in the new year, check out what ThinkSpace has to offer.
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