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There are a lot of ways to do things as a professional consultant/speaker, and they can usually be summarized into two main categories – do it yourself or get a pro to do it for you. For instance, if you want a website you can do it yourself, or get a pro. If you want
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It’s been a fast-paced week with a plethora of opportunities for Toastmaster from around the globe. Personally, I had a wonderfull time and accomplished a lot in this much-too-short Convention. It all culminated tonight with the final dinner event, the International President’s Dinner Dance (ticket required). At this event, the new International President assumed responsibility
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I just had a really great time at the Champions Edge lunch here at the Convention. Mark Brown (1995), Darren LaCroix (2001) and Lance Miller (2005) were all in attendance. There were about 30 Edge members there as well, and I had a really good time making some new friends and swapping stories with fellow
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http://www.speakerblogger.com/ I’ve been working with Arlen Busenitz on a new project, and we have taken it live this week. SpeakerBlogger.com is our new site to Help  individuals take their experience & passion and create a platform to help others and make a profit.  Take a look now, and sign up to get our free e-book, 7
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You have your customer. Now it’s time to think about how you deliver your message to him/her. We’ll stick with the example from the last post, you as an expert in health and fitness. We’ve established your customer as men 35-50 who have an desk job, are married with family commitments and need solutions that
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Does it feel like your customer is everybody, but nobody is buying? You may be falling for one of the key traps that exist in every industry: not properly identifying your customer. To be clear, I’m not saying that you limit who you would sell to, I’m talking about identifying who you expect to sell to.
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