How about … to change lives … to sell truckloads of books … to make money … to go places you never thought you would … to make a difference … to have fun.
Did you know that for authors, speaking is the #1 way to sell thousands of books? You’ve written a book, you KNOW the content, and you are passionate about the topic/message. NOW, go share it.
In How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech, you will learn:
How to pitch to the decision maker.
How to move from “free” to “fee.”
How to identify your key points and create stories to engage your audience.
How to hook an audience within the first few minutes of your presentation.
How to create a closing that delivers the “buzz” factor.
How to discover sponsors and secure them.
How to market your speech to meeting planners.
JUDITH BRILES is The Book Shepherd®, working with beginning and already published authors for over two decades. She’s knowledgeable and entertaining.
Her 37 books have been translated to 17 languages; sold a combined 1,000,000 in copies and generated in excess of $5,000,000 in revenues from combined book sales and speaking fees. Judith knows publishing inside and out from both the traditional and independent sides. Attend her 2-day Unplugged events-Speaking, Book Publishing & Book Marketing. As an advocate for authors within her blogs, podcasts and speaking engagements.
There will ALWAYS be naysayers. Should you listen ... or ignore them? Most times--IGNORE them and follow your passion. Let you intuition be your guide. If I had listen to everyone who said "you can't" or "you shouldn't", I would never have succeeded in speaking. Here's to YOU.
How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech
Picture this: You have an idea for a book that is rejected by every major publisher, a book that contains extensive research and interviews. You know it has merit. You can feel it in every bone of your body. You know that it’s a breakout opportunity ... and could leapfrog your speaking career and be a potential best seller. Do you scrap it ... or do you keep pushing because in your heart of hearts you know it’s big?