SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Keynotes Or Workshops? Which is Better for Your Bank Account
And Why A Book is Needed to Succeed at Both
Guest: Patrick Snow
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on October 16, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Often times as a speakers we are left waiting, and waiting, and waiting, and waiting to get speaking engagements only to have meeting planners select another speaker. In this teleseminar you will learn how and why writing and publishing a book will allow you to no longer wait for the meeting planners to call you... you can host your own seminars/workshops on your own terms! In doing so, you will learn how seminars result in more keynotes, and most importantly how to position your book to do both AND succeed in both keynotes and seminars.
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- Determine which is better for you: keynotes or workshops
- Advantages and disadvantages to both
- Why some speakers fail and yet others succeed
- Single greatest strategy speakers can do to improve odds to get bookings
- Leverage your book to get speaking contracts signed
- Set yourself apart from the masses of speakers in today's crowded market
- Select a strategy moving forward that is guaranteed to boost your bank account
About Our Guest
Patrick Snow is the international best-selling author of Creating Your Own Destiny and The Affluent Entrepreneur. He is also a professional keynote speaker, publishing, book marketing, and small-business coach. He has given over 2,100 talks on three continents and sold more than 150,000 copies of his books in five languages and 108 countries. His message has been featured in the New York Times and as a cover story in USA TODAY. Most importantly he has helped over 400 other speakers go from "FREE" to "FEE" by helping them publish their books to promote their speaking business.
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