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Speak It Forward - Maximize Your IMPACT and INCOME as a Speaker or Trainer

Whether you're just getting into speaking or a pro, this group is for you. It's not just about how to present, but how build and grow a successful speaking business. Join us if you want to turn your passion to present into profit!

Website: http://www.48days.net/group/speakerssuccess
Location: www.kentjulian.com
Members: 1193
Latest Activity: 3 hours ago

Speak It Forward Boot Camp (May 21-23) Killer Keynote Conf. (May 19-20)

Maximize Your IMPACT and INCOME as a Speaker

Discussion Forum

Speaking "Anchors"

Started by Bob Fraser. Last reply by Jill Davis 3 hours ago. 8 Replies

Can anyone give me an example of an "anchor" you use when you are speaking?  I'm just starting out as a speaker so I don't know anything about using anchors.Continue

Speaking Success

Started by Camden Ross. Last reply by Kent Julian 10 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi Speak it Forward friends,I just realized that I dropped the ball. :(I told you guys back in January that I'd let you know how my February speaking engagement went, and I totally missed posting anything about it. Long story short: it went great!!…Continue

Tags: Christian, church, God, Bible, success

As a Speaker, would you consider this a valuable tool for Listbuilding?

Started by Jodey Smith. Last reply by Jodey Smith yesterday. 6 Replies

When you give a live presentation, use a mobile text message shortcode to capture leads from your audience.For example,“Text SLIDES to 33444 to receive the slides from this presentation.”People who text are added to your email list.Does this make…Continue

Anchors Aweigh - Try This, It Works

Started by James Divine. Last reply by Sheryl Buckner Mar 21. 6 Replies

I think it's Kent Julian - or maybe from Made To Stick - or both who talk about the importance of "anchors" in stories.Tonight I shared my story with a lady who hosts a local NPR program called The Storyline Project. I created a new speech from the…Continue

JOIN THE MOVEMENT ON LINKEDIN

Started by Kingsley Grant. Last reply by Kingsley Grant Mar 9. 6 Replies

I'm extending the invitation to join me on LinkedIn at this group - Score Big Movement, which is designed for aspiring Entrepreneurs, Speakers and Sales Professionals to develop stronger communication skills to gain more influence and affluence.…Continue

Announcing a new program...

Started by Bob Wilson. Last reply by Bob Wilson Mar 8. 2 Replies

Hey All,I hope you are enjoying the weekend!Wanted to let you know about my newest program. It's called Rev It Up and it's for Business Owners who want to grow their business without breaking the bank. It's business coaching for only $99 a month.…Continue

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Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 19, 2011 at 11:31am

Just posted a video above on the difference between the Comment Wall and the Discussion Forum in this group.

I hope everyone watches it. I promise, it will help you use this group more strategically and effectively.


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 18, 2011 at 11:57am

I just updated a discussion we started in February, 2011 with some helpful information that I think will benefit you. Check it out, leave comments, and ask questions...

http://www.48days.net/forum/topics/how-are-you-marketing-your?group...


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 13, 2011 at 1:33pm

Check out this discussion. I think you'll like it!

http://www.48days.net/group/speakerssuccess/forum/topics/youtube-vi...


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 11, 2011 at 5:40pm

Hello Speak It Forward Friends,

I encourage you to check out this discussion and listen to this podcast from my friend Jessie Lahey. He's has a very cool concept here, and the interview is with THE Dan Miller.

Check it out:

http://www.48days.net/group/writeforprofit/forum/topics/dan-miller-...

(FYI...you must be a member of the Write It Forward group to see the discussion.)

Kent Julian

www.liveitforward.com

www.KentJulian.com

Comment by Erin Shaw on December 9, 2011 at 5:42pm

Not sure if you got my comments....

I voted for 2, but make picture bigger like five, and brighter like 3. So really it is #5 with the pose and facial expression of 2. Or 5 with a smile. Pretty much what others are saying!

 

I do like Jeff's suggestion of confident arms folded.


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 9, 2011 at 3:32pm

Thanks Jeff and Maureen.  Right now, #5 is winning hands down. 

What's cool about the cover is I can change out a picture any time.  So, next time I do a photo shoot, I'll get another toe pointing picture with a better smile :) and I'll try some of the pose Jeff is suggesting.

One more thing...the tan is for real. That's what I look like during the summer b/c of coaching swim team.  I get pretty dark being on a pool deck for 5-6 hours a day :)


Group Leader
Comment by Jeff Long on December 9, 2011 at 3:05pm

Kent,

I don't know if your marketing to students or adults, but perhaps a photo of you with your arms crossed with a pleasant smile would work.  A pose that exudes a friendly confidence.  I personally would want to learn about goals from someone confidently knows the answers but is kind enough to share them.  

Comment by Maureen Zappala on December 9, 2011 at 2:42pm

I submitted a comment, but I don't know where it went, so I'll repost my thoughts. 

I would suggest eliminating "Goal Getting" from the bottom phrase because it echoes the title of the book.  I'd leave the bottom as "Goal setting system that really works."

You are so photogenic with a smile that lights up the page.  I like the facial expression in #1, but I prefer your body position in #5.

If I had to chose between those 2, I'd pick #5 because there's better visual balance with the arrow and your suit than the arrow and the bright white shirt.


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on December 9, 2011 at 2:17pm

thanks Jeff...you're right about the pictures. #1 and #3 were done in a studio. I'll do another round of studio pictures soon.


Group Leader
Comment by Jeff Long on December 9, 2011 at 2:03pm

Kent,

Here are my humble thoughts....The first thing I noticed was that in option #1 & #3, the lighting on you (and your face) is MUCH better.  The other options make you look like you're lurking in the shadows.  You look a bit too small in #2 & #4.

All that being said, I think I prefer #5 (even though you're a bit dark) because it's fun without being too goofy (no offense! haha).

 
 
 

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