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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: 1196
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

The Survey Results confirmed I need To do this

Started by Kingsley Grant 3 hours ago. 0 Replies

Thanks to those who responded to the survey that I posted in this group. As a result I am putting together an Online Course to help you with what's on your mind.The content of the course will be based mostly from my recent book: "Make Your Dream…Continue

Speaking engagements

Started by Jeremy Obermeyer. Last reply by Beth Underwood yesterday. 25 Replies

Hey everyone!Once again it's been a while since I've been on here so I hope everyone is doing well.  I have also posted this in the "Grow your business" group but thought I would post it here also.  I just scheduled a couple of more classes with an…Continue

Just took the leap

Started by Beth Underwood. Last reply by Beth Underwood yesterday. 6 Replies

Very excited to say after taking a trio of steps this week, I'm finally all in for the Speak it Forward Boot Camp in May. A year ago, I would've denied any desire to speak, insisting instead that I was a writer only  - and that was that. Change the…Continue

Getting booked and loving it! Thanks Jill, Dan and Kent!

Started by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen". Last reply by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on Monday. 5 Replies

Just finished up doing several talks this past week and wanted to give a thanks shout out to Dan Miller, Jill Davis and Kent Julian as well as provide some great information for those looking to bring extra income to their speaking business as these…Continue

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This 5-Minute Survey May Give You Some Ideas

Started by Kingsley Grant Apr 18. 0 Replies

I'm so excited after having had a number of people - some from here - participate in the "Your Turn To Succeed Summit." It was a blast. I'm beginning to hear from some very satisfied participant.As a result I've put this 5-Minute Survey together for…Continue

12 Year Success Journey

Started by Julie Carr. Last reply by Julie Carr Apr 17. 10 Replies

Hey Everyone,I wanted to share a success that has been 12 years in the making.  The success is not mine, but I am in the mix of it all:) My husband, Chris, just finished a photo shoot with American Motorcyclist Magazine that will be featured in the…Continue

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Comment by Kent Julian on April 7, 2015 at 3:12pm

congrats Jeremy!

Comment by Tom Henricksen on April 6, 2015 at 2:36pm

Nice updated website Jen!  I really like it.

Toastmasters is awesome, the Ice Breaker is a big first step.  Keep it up!

Comment by Jeremy Sabacek on April 6, 2015 at 11:42am

This was the feedback I got from my Icebreaker speech:

Great job! Congratulations on your first "official"  speech! You are very courageous and we are proud of you.

Nice pacing. Good vocal variation. If using cards perhaps leave them on the lectern. Liked the content.

Nice job. Welcome! Exemplary first speech which started in a dramatic way; not many icebreakers are with props or exaggerated gestures.

Interesting to learn about you. You're enthusiasm is contagious. You really enjoyed yourself.

Nicely done -- good use of the hats as visual aids (or playful props?) Looking forwards to hearing what happened after your story was published.

Great anthology of your life - the props were appropriate and fun. I feel like we know more about you now even though your speech wasn't overly personal. In the future, it may be nice to pick one particular about yourself and elaboration on the topic. Great humor - awesome pauses to smile at the audience! You seem natural and confident. You stand and speak like a leader. Great Job!!

That was the feedback I received in written form anyway. Question: Was your first icebreaker tough?

Comment by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on April 6, 2015 at 10:26am

Kent - the pics were just AWESOME! Congrats!!! Looking forward to your 4/8/15 webinar on how to develop and deliver an unforgettable speech. I am doing a brand new talk three times over the next two weeks to city and county employees that I am pumped about so thanks for the great tips!!

Hey, wanted to take a moment to brag on Matthew Casteel (www.HolyOatmeal.com) as he did a rocking awesome job on my website recently (www.TheIronJen.com). I was looking to get freshened up look that targeted my market more and was stunned at all the great tweaks he made that made a huge impact without having to get a whole new website (updated header, updated sign up area, fixed video formatting, etc.). Anyways, he has a great eye for making things get done that looks great so if you are looking for a new website, an overhaul on your current one, or just a freshened up look on your existing one, would highly recommend him. 


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on April 4, 2015 at 2:27pm

Rule #1 for getting paid to speak: DELIVER AN UNFORGETTABLE SPEECH!

This FREE webinar on Apr 8 will show you how. Don't miss out!


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on April 3, 2015 at 1:10pm

Debbie...I'm physically tired, but I'm energized too. Hard to explain, but it's a pretty awesome feeling :)

Comment by Debbie W. Wilson on April 3, 2015 at 1:01pm

Awesome, Kent! Looks like a happy crowd. Do you crash after such events where you give so much? Or do you keep your high?


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on April 3, 2015 at 12:05pm

Picture of the crowd at my product table. This is after more than an hour of selling already...


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on April 3, 2015 at 12:04pm

Picture of the main stage from presentation...


Group Leader
Comment by Kent Julian on April 3, 2015 at 12:00pm

Update on speaking to 7,000 yesterday. In a word...AMAZING!!!

I actually had a tough speaking engagement about a month ago that made me circle back around and take a deeper look at my keynote. I decided it was time to make an update, so I dropped two things that work well, but I thought I could make my talk better by adding something else earlier in the presentation. (BTW, this is part of being a speaker. You only have so much time in a presentation, and when you get to the place where you have really good material, you'll have to drop some really good material to make room for what you believe will be even better material. This is something we train in depth at the Speak It Forward Boot Camp.)

 Anyway, I wanted to go to the next level with my keynote and I really think I have. This was the second time I tried my new material and the audience responsed extremely well. Additionally, it's added even more variety to the presentation.

A great sign that it was a good day is I sold TONS products. I was selling products and autographed books non-stop for 2 solid hours. The line was always 30-40 feet long. Crazy! 

Wow, what an honor to be a speaker. We're blessed beyond words, aren't we?!

To wrap things up, I have 4 more major conferences this month, so I get to continue to work on this updated presentation. I couldn't be more excited!

 
 
 

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