SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Building a Bold Brand In a Busy Marketplace
6 Strategies that Will Get You Booked and Keep Your Audience Hooked
Guest: Dave Sheffield
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on July 14, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Building a successful brand as a speaker isn't an option in today's competitive marketplace, it is a necessity. Whether you are new to the industry, or a seasoned pro; you will discover actionable ideas that will help you command attention for your brand, grow your business, and position yourself as an expert in the eyes of your target market. The right branding can open up speaking opportunities, media appearances, and lucrative partnerships that will help you create and enjoy a sustainable speaking career.
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- What a brand is, and what it is not...and what to expect
- How to turn free speaking dates in to paid opportunities in 20 minutes!
- The real reason event planners aren't booking you (and what you can do about it)
- The 3 mistakes new speakers make when starting their career
About Our Guest
Dave "The Shef" Sheffield helps speakers and authors fill their speaking calendars quickly, create a memorable brand, and maximize their revenue opportunities. Shef speaks at conventions, meetings, and events on the topics of leadership, motivation, and sales. More than 612,000 from 58 different countries have realized immediate and positive growth in their businesses via his high energy live programs and his 6 books. His strategies have helped emerging speakers, professional athletes, rock stars, and business professionals grow their speaking businesses quickly, launch or leverage their books and expertise, and discover hidden opportunities that help them stand out in a noisy marketplace.
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