SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
R.A.P.I.D. Speaking Success
for New and Emerging Speakers
Guest: Norma Hollis
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on December 13, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Do you want to shave years off your learning curve as a speaker? Then make sure you do things in order. Knowing the sequencing of activities will help you make sure you complete first things first. Save time and money by understanding and implementing the principles of R.A.P.I.D. Speaking Success.
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- The importance of finding your â€˜authentic voiceâ€™
- Perspectives on target market
- Two main components of memorable presentations
- Finding the right place for your energy
- Establishing income sources
- Doing it yourself vs. joining a network
About Our Guest
Norma T. Hollis has been engrossed in the professional speaking industry for over 15 years. She has owned a speakers bureau, an online directory of speakers, has promoted events, is a speaker and author, sells product and is a dynamic coach for new and emerging speakers. She came into the industry after a career as a non-profit director of Head Start child care programs. Some say that her background in the education field is the reason why she breaks things down to terms that are pretty easy to understand. Her book â€œThe Process to Become a Professional Speakerâ€ is an extremely popular workbook that takes speakers step-by-step through achieving success as a speaker. In her 15 years of working with speakers she has found one area where speakers consistently slow their growth. Itâ€™s knowing the proper sequencing of activities to create success. She often finds speakers completing what should be final steps prior to completing the first round of activities. As a result growth takes longer and costs more. Normaâ€™s clients assert that Norma shaves up to five years off their learning curve. Norma will share the sequencing steps that result in rapid speaking success. Known as Americaâ€™s Leading Authentic Voice DoctorÂ®, Norma sums her work as helping speakers find, live and share their authentic voice which is actually the first step in sequencing. The speakerâ€™s career sprouts from the message so taking the time to have clarity to gain depth and breadth of message is a critical first step.
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