Whether you want to become a professional speaker, improve your speaking business or simply use speaking as a part of your marketing mix, this episode of The C.A.P. Podcast is for you. My guest, Norma Hollis, is a highly regarded trainer of public speakers with more than 100 “protégés” around the country. She is an an authenticity expert and is teaching others around the country about the largely misunderstood, yet life changing value of authenticity.
In this episode we discuss:
- The first step in being a professional speaker
- Finding your authentic message
- Discovering the threads and themes in your life
- Tweaking the themes so they lead to positive, desired results
- The importance of authenticity in, and congruency with, your message
For more information about Norma, visit her website at www.NormaHollis.com. To grab a copy of her book The Process to Become a Professional Speaker, visit www.AdvanceYourSpeaking.com. To learn about her group coaching program, visit www.CoachNow.info.
Interested in the book on public speaking I mentioned I’m working on? I interviewed 82 speakers — some professional, others business owners who use speaking as a marketing technique — about what they thought their speaking “super power” was and how you might develop that power for yourself. Learn more about Public Speaking Super Powers here, including who those 82 speakers were and speaking tips and tricks. Better yet, pre-order your copy today!
Now it’s your turn
What did you think of this episode of The C.A.P. Podcast? Was it useful? Did it spark some ideas? Did it leave you with questions. Please share your thoughts, comments, questions and sage advice in a comment below.
I would LOVE to answer your questions on future episodes of The C.A.P. Podcast! Do you have a question about overcoming money blocks, online marketing, public speaking or mindset/universal laws? Do you struggle with integrating creativity, authenticity or even profitability into your business? Send your questions to Paul Robinson at email@example.com with the subject line: “CAP Podcast question.”
Would you like to be a guest on The C.A.P. Podcast? Learn more here.