Paid To Speak by National Speakers Association Various NSA Members
Best Practices For Building A Successful Speaking Business

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Covering every aspect of launching, building, and maintaining a successful speaking career, Paid to Speak is a must-read for professional speakers—whether keynote speaker, motivator, coach, trainer, facilitator, or consultant—as well as those aspiring to a speaking career.

Divided into four sections, the content corresponds with the four core competencies that the National Speakers Association (NSA) has identified for success as a professional speaker:

- Eloquence: platform mechanics, presenting, and preparing
- Enterprise: business management, sales, and marketing
- Expertise: topic development, authorship, and product development
- Ethics: professional awareness and professional development

Thirty-four working NSA members who have built thriving speaking businesses weigh in with valuable insights and proven strategies on a gamut of topics, making Paid to Speak essential to any speaker’s list of reference materials.

Learn how to

- Create compelling presentations using stories and humor
- Hone your presentation and facilitation skills
- Convey a professional image through dress and body language
- Market and sell yourself effectively
- Develop an authentic and innovative brand
- Partner with speakers bureaus
- Spice up your writing, and sell book proposals
- Establish yourself as an expert in your niche
- Leverage the virtual world
- Adhere to an ethical code of behavior
- And much, much more!

Read Paid to Speak from cover to cover, or open it to any chapter, for tried-and-true, hands-on information on taking your speaking career—and your bank account—to the next level.

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Published June 1, 2011 by Greenleaf Book Group Pres. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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