Want to leverage your dental expertise into a career as a speaker/consultant… and get paid?
Learn more in this episode of DSI LIVE!
Jennifer Schultz works with speakers and consultants to help them understand how to implement change and get things done, so they can turn recommended solutions into business-boosting results.
Wondering what it takes to enter and advance in the world of speaking?
Growing your speaking business can be challenging, yet the opportunities are tremendous. One must focus not only on the art and craft of speaking, but also on the business of speaking.
GP from Iowa writes:
I’d like to work with more societies and study clubs, however, I’m finding that their budgets tend to be significantly lower than my honorarium. Other than leaning on sponsorship assistance, do you have suggestions for speakers who would love to capture these opportunities?
DA from Georgia writes:
What is the most effective method for collecting email addresses from the attendees at my presentations?
PB from Seattle writes:
“I’ve recently heard that the “best” speakers don’t need slides… what do you think?”
CP from Nebraska writes:
“I’ve participated with Toastmasters, and that has helped my stage fright. But when I get in front of a large dental audience, I have a hard time keeping my concentration. Do you have any tips to combat stage fright?”