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No PowerPoint? No Problem: Innovative and Adaptable Keynote Speakers

Written by on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 with 0 comments

Sometimes things just don’t go according to plan. You can check and double check something and it’ll still break at the most inopportune moment. I spend a lot of time on computers. I’m pretty good with them. And yet, sometimes I still find myself banging my head against the wall in frustration. Technology is incredible. It makes our lives better ...

The Perfect Speaker: The 4 Things You’ll Always Find in the Best Keynotes

Written by on Monday, December 17th, 2012 with 0 comments

Like most speakers who truly care about their craft, I am always trying to improve, to elevate my performance to black belt. My idol is the perfect speaker. This may sound like a mythical beast, like a thing of legends. Fisherman talk about the perfect fish. Weathermen talk about the perfect storm. In every industry and every field, there is ...

Last Minute Hiring Before the Apocalypse: Finding a Speaker for Your 2012 Event

Written by on Friday, December 14th, 2012 with 0 comments

The holidays are upon us and, if the Mayan’s are right, the end of the world is nigh. If we're all swimming in lava by the end of next week, I guess this post will be moot. In the meantime, if you’ve got an event in the works you’ve got bigger fish to fry, especially if you’ve just lost one ...

Management Keynote Speakers: Influence, Control, Initiative, Foresight

Written by on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 with 0 comments

Management is one of the unsung day-to-day tasks that many a new entrepreneur overlooks. They think, “I’ll worry about that later, when I have employees, and a steady bottom line.” But management is about more than overseeing a thriving business. It’s about getting the business off the ground. It’s about working with vendors, programmers, writers, and partners: anyone whose services ...

4 Keys to Finding the Top Business Strategy Speakers

Written by on Monday, December 10th, 2012 with 0 comments

Businesses are made and broken on strategy. It’s the business plan, the backbone of the company. The best strategies are flexible. They can twist and bend to accommodate unforeseen shifts in demographics or demand but they also have staying power. A company that constantly changes strategy is in a dangerous place. It’s hard to make progress when you’re always tinkering ...

The Ultimate Guide to Hiring CEOs, COs, and VIPs as Keynote Speakers

Written by on Friday, December 7th, 2012 with 0 comments

The titans of industry each forge their own path. Some are quick wits, winning clients and partners with charm and passion. Others are masters of corporate chess: they see the board several moves ahead and use savvy and finesse to maneuver their way to the top. And some are innovators who see marketing opportunities where nobody else does. Of course, ...

Looking for a Free Keynote Speaker? Why Paying Something Matters

Written by on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 with 0 comments

My mom always says, “there’s no such thing as a free lunch.” It’s a cliché, but it’s true. When I was a kid I used to try to think of scenarios in which a free lunch was possible. What if I found it on the ground? What if I were homeless and someone gave it to me? What if I ...

Hiring Influential, High-Powered, In-Demand Speakers Without Breaking the Bank

Written by on Monday, December 3rd, 2012 with 0 comments

Like celebrities, influential speakers are in high demand. They may be CEO’s: leaders of industry. They may be creative people: innovators, inventors, and visionaries. Or they may be entrepreneurial powerhouses, able to build businesses and sell them like you or I might build block towers and knock them down. Invariably, if a high-powered person is also good speaker, he’ll be ...

Finding Inspirational Speakers for Women: The Emotional Quotient

Written by on Friday, November 30th, 2012 with 0 comments

My title might have you thinking that I’m going to say women are innately more emotional than men, that we need to appeal to their emotions to communicate, and that men and women have fundamentally different ways of processing information. I’m not. The pervasive myths in our culture that women are sensitive and men are brash, women are emotional and ...

Public Speaker Wanted: Finding The Best and Most Adaptable Performer

Written by on Wednesday, November 28th, 2012 with 0 comments

When you’re hiring a speaker, you’re looking for something magical: that “it” factor that jumps out at you, that grabs you by the shoulders and doesn’t let you go. This is true in any industry, for any type of event, and great performers all have this quality. They are all able to break our barriers, to cut, with laser precision, ...

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