Get Booked, Public Speaker! – Tips From A to Z | Tip L
So I’ve filled up the SpeakerTunity™ You Tube Channel with tons of useful content for speakers, leaders and authors seeking to use speaking as a way to attract clients–and to get booked for those gigs.. Yet, I still have more tips for you! So we’re going to cover them from A to Z, short tips which pack a big wallop!
Today’s Tip is …..
L is for Lunch and Learn. That is the term for a lunch meeting where the attendees come to hear a speaker that provides valued information on professional or personal advancement. These talks generally run between 20 and 45 minutes. And in many cases, you can use PowerPoints. Furthermore, you can make an offer from the podium after you’ve delivered your content. However, you may be contending with clinking knives and forks, waiters delivering meals, bad sounds systems…lots of distractions. Just be patient and adapt! If you can’t use a PowerPoint you can use notes in this situation. But for many speakers, this is a lucrative marketing vehicle even if you have a short time on stage. You can always make a free offer or consultation offer if time is short!
So this one in a series of 26, presented by SpeakerTunity Cities Regional Speaker Lead Directories. If you like this tip, please subscribe to the SpeakerTunity You Tube Channel so you can get the other 25, and see all of the more extended segments we’ve posted to help you get booked locally and across North America.