Reprinted from the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers: Ask the Expert : What “Golden Rules” Can Be Broken? by Alan Weiss The speaking business has changed significantly in the past decade, but the people in it often seem not to have noticed, as
Ed Rigsbee is running a professional development workshop for speakers on December 1-3 in Key West, Florida. You can see details and video testimonials here: http://www.rigsbee.com/key_west_2010.htm. I'm opening the program. I also have six seats granted to me for my community,
I've just conducted a follow-up here in London for some of my Shameless Promotion Workshop grads, and here is a consensus list of what they've been doing to successfully increase their visibility and dramatically gain business: • Improved web sites, as credibility
Ed Rigsbee is conducting a three-day workshop in Key West in early December. It will focus on professional speakers who wish to grow their business, expand into other areas such as consulting, and build additional passive income. I'm opening the
I've often spoken of the "martial arts" of language, which means taking the other person's momentum and turning it back at them. For example, when you're asked, "What is your fee?" you respond, "I don't know, what are your goals?"
Some casual and work scenes (hard to tell apart) with the members and partners of the Million Dollar Club (MDC) in St. Lucia in early November. I’m forming a second club, please contact me for details. Watch the three videos
These are the first words I'm writing from my brand-spanking-new MacBook Pro, with it's cool anti-glare screen, recessed keyboard area, Snow Leopard OS, and enough media stuff to launch an independent film. The transfer through firewire took 20 minutes, and
Amidst a fabulous setting, the Million Dollar Consulting® Graduate School is in its final day. Yesterday featured presentations by uber-literary agent Jeff Herman and technology genius Chad Barr, followed by a loud dinner at "Delicious."
It's easier to carp than to improve. It's easier to blame than to take accountability. It's easier to be pessimistic and justify your lack of success than to be optimistic and work at success. I admire people who join mastermind groups