Make the Most of Your Amazon Central Profile with Author-to-Income Formula Expert Tamara Monosoff

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Business Bio Expert Nancy Juetten Releases Preview of Bye-Bye Boring Bio 2020 to Guide Virtual Speakers, Experts, and Authors to Attract Connections, Clients, and Cash

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BELLINGHAM, Wash., June 26, 2020 — Speakers, experts and authors who once relied on live, in-person events to make money have had to pivot quickly to bring their messages online because of the limitations brought on by the COVID 19 Pandemic. That’s why Bye-Bye Boring Bio 2020 Workbook Author and Business Bio Expert Nancy Juetten says that now is a crucial time to update business bios, speaker sheets, and media one sheets to open doors to share their messages virtually on podcasts, Zoominars, Facebook Live interviews, and other virtual platforms.

Today Juetten releases a preview to her completely updated and upgraded workbook that offers inspiration, examples, and how-to advice to transform boring bios across multiple platforms into messages that attract connections, clients, and cash.

Get a free preview of Nancy Juetten's Bye Bye Boring Bio 2020 edition

Her goal with the preview is to provide welcome and timely support to guide a fast-growing community of virtual presenters who can take time right now to make sure all their first impression messages are on the money and magnetic to welcome the opportunities they seek,” Juetten says.

“So often, speakers, experts, and authors write their bios and ‘set and forget them’ as they focus on other revenue generating activities. Life turns on a dime, as we’ve all discovered with COVID 19. That means the first impression messages we wrote back then may not be current or even relevant now. Those boilerplate bios about education, awards, and hobbies aren’t doing anyone any favors,” Juetten says.

The “about us” page on websites is among the most visited of all, and if the message doesn’t speak today’s truth and value, that could mean an opportunity lost.

Target markets change, products, programs and services change, and the way we deliver our messages change. Bios need to change, too

Juetten’s preview for Bye-Bye Boring Bio 2020 includes:

  • 8 tips to create know-like-trust at first glance;
  • Bio, media one sheet, and sizzling speaker sheet examples;
  • The Signature Talk Delivery Cheat Sheet; and
  • Instant access to a video training to explain how to make the most of a virtual talk, even when there is just 20 minutes to stand and deliver.

The preview is available as a free digital download.

Visit https://byebyeboringbio2020.com for instant access.

The full workbook includes access 11 videos, 2 audios, and additional bonus resources. It is scheduled to debut September 8, 2020.

About Business Bio Expert Nancy Juetten

Since September 8, 2009, Bye-Bye Boring Bio Workbook Author Nancy Juetten has spoken to thousands of business owners through podcasts, radio interviews, teleseminars, and workshops about how to upgrade their bios to attract connections, clients, and cash. Satisfied customers from Boston to Florida and Austria to New Zealand report reaching more clients and inviting new engagements as a result of the bios they write with Bye-Bye Boring Bio as their guide. Bye-Bye Boring Bio 2020 seeks to serve as the ultimate action guide for speakers, experts, and authors to attract connections, clients, and cash while sharing their messages in today’s largely VIRTUAL world. Juetten welcomes workbook reviews, podcast interviews, and invitations to speak about transforming boring bios into client attracting magnets for today’s age of virtual speaking.

Contact: Nancy S. Juetten, nancy@getknowngetpaid.com , 425-641-5214

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Speaker Demo Reel for Nancy Juetten

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Bringing a Bio Alive in a Professional Speaker Demo Sizzle Reel for Alex Mandossian

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Struggling to find accomplishments to make your professional bio memorable? Try this!

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2020 Media-One-Sheet for Nancy Juetten

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How to make your VIRTUAL speaking gigs pay off with Nancy Juetten

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Watch this video to learn how to make your VIRTUAL speaking gigs pay off with Get Known Get Paid Mentor Nancy Juetten.

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[Celebrating 18 Years] Igniting Even More Courage for the Next Leg in My Entrepreneurial Journey and Inviting YOU to Ignite Yours!

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February 2, 2020 is my 18-year business anniversary. Such a magical date and what an incredible, ever-changing journey. This video about Igniting Courage feels fitting to share on this day.

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The message is still so relevant today for me as I find ways to give Life Goes On Roadmap wings to fly and tend to other initiatives that bring me alive in my life and work.

I am aiming to live in the full color of Oz instead of the black and white world of dry, arid Kansas. How about you?

I Identify intention to create big Impact

G Create a game plan to make the dream real

N Name results in specific terrific detail

I Initiate inspired and imperfect actions

T Take tenacious steps to make it happen

E Express the message in action, word and deed

Wash, rinse and repeat at regular intervals, and want your result enough to fight for your result.

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6 Months of Powerful Lessons in 2016 — What are Yours?

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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.BethePersonMyDogThinksIam_n

What are your biggest lessons so far for 2016?

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Aspiring Speakers: If You Want to Step Up to Bigger Stages, Get Ready First

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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.

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