November 2017

203: Cory Mosley | Change Catalyst

2017-11-14T16:50:10+00:00 November 14th, 2017|podcast episode|

 

Cory Mosley is a Change Catalyst who speaks professionally about how to become more credible, likable and bankable in the marketplace.

Know Before You Go

Cory Mosley says that when you speak you should hone in on your cornerstone content. When you speak, learn about the group before you go – know the break-up and make-up of […]

202 Wayne Olson | Fundraising, Customer/Donor Relations

2017-11-08T20:23:50+00:00 November 7th, 2017|podcast episode|

Wayne Olson is an International keynote speaker, trainer, and consultant in the areas of Fundraising and Customer/Donor Relations.

He’s also the author of “The Disney Difference: The Complete Guide to Adding Disney-like Magic to Your Corporation or Organization”.

Show Vulnerability

Audiences appreciate when you tell stories that demonstrate you, the speaker, are the same […]

October 2017

201: Lois Creamer | Marketing Expert for Speakers

2017-11-08T20:27:27+00:00 October 31st, 2017|podcast episode|

Lois Creamer works with professional/public speakers who want to get more bookings and create alternate revenue streams with their intellectual property by repurposing their content.

She’s the author of the book, “Book More Business: MAKE MONEY SPEAKING“.

What do Event Planners want from speakers?

Content. Event planners are looking for content. Lois Creamer says […]

August 2017

119: Casey Cobb | Keynote Speaker

2017-08-29T18:00:37+00:00 August 29th, 2017|podcast episode|

 

Casey Cobb helps organizations thrive by keeping founders focused on delivering value. He has co-founded and invested in 13 different companies, including web development agency Project Ricochet, and speaks regularly at conferences to accelerators and companies on topics ranging from co-founder selection to his popular “Avoiding Accidental Evil” keynote.

Learning from Mistakes

Being passionate […]

118: Katherine Fabrizio | Mother-Daughter Relationship Expert

2017-08-22T14:16:53+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|podcast episode|

 

 

 

Katherine Fabrizio, the founder of Daughters Rising, helps adult daughters who had difficult mothers, empower themselves to parent their daughters in such a way their daughters receive what they never had themselves. Katherine is also a psychotherapist in practice for many years and author of “Daughters Rising”.

Learning from Mistakes

Saying too much, and offering […]

117: Evan Carroll | Keynote Speaker

2017-08-18T16:05:48+00:00 August 15th, 2017|podcast episode|

 

 

Evan Carroll is a professional keynote speaker and workshop facilitator who inspires companies to leverage technology, data, and analytics to drive customer loyalty and advocacy. He’s the author of two technology books, Your Digital Afterlife and Blue Goldfish.

Learning

Assuming your marketing materials will work (all on their own), Evan says his greatest learning comes from the mistakes he’s […]

116: Wendy Gates Corbett | Presentation Consultant

2017-08-08T12:01:24+00:00 August 8th, 2017|podcast episode|

 

Wendy Gates Corbett is a Presentation Consultant who fixes boring presentations and presenters by providing presentation design and delivery consulting. She speaks nationally on the power of visuals and presenting powerfully with presence.

Learning from Mistakes

Make sure you’re in sync with the theme, vibe or tone of the event at which you’re going to speak. […]

115: Tim Toterhi | Coach and Consultant

2017-08-01T17:46:25+00:00 August 1st, 2017|podcast episode|

 

Tim Toterhi provides executive coaching, HR consulting and message management services to help individuals and companies shape their success stories. Check out his business website, Plotline Leadership to see videos. Tim has a valuable way he looks at being a professional speaker…

A speech is like a high-wire act with no net – you’re out […]

July 2017

114: Stephanie Scotti | Business Speech Coach

2017-07-26T15:59:47+00:00 July 25th, 2017|podcast episode|

Stephanie Scotti has dedicated her entire career to preparing speakers for high-stakes events. Her expertise enables clients to consistently outperform the competition, gain recognition, win new business, shape policy, and influence decision-makers.

At the beginning of the podcast, Stephanie explains the journey her career has taken from her first love of public speaking to working with […]

113: Graeme Newell | Emotional Marketing

2017-07-20T15:56:42+00:00 July 18th, 2017|podcast episode|

Graeme Newell is a researcher, speaker, and author who guides businesses in finding and implementing their authentic business purpose. He’s the co-author oRed Goldfish: Motivating Sales and Loyalty Through Shared Passion and Purpose” 

Graeme’s company, 602Communications, has consulted with some of the world’s most emotionally passionate brands, […]