224.5 Becoming an Identity Leader – Stedman Graham
30 Apr 2019

Identity Leadership – Free Chapter Download HERE

Leadership, Identity, Growth, Change, Legacy 

224.5 Becoming an Identity Leader – Stedman Graham 

Summary 

The biggest opportunity you have today is leadership. But leadership doesn’t come from a position or title—it comes first from your identity. Today’s guest shares a process you can use to maximize your potential and become more focused and effective leader. 

Stedman Graham has built a strong reputation for helping corporations, organizations, and individuals succeed. His life’s work has been and continues to be focused on teaching the value and process of Identity Leadership. He is the author of 11 books, including two New York Times bestsellers, and is the Chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a management and marketing consulting firm. He lives in Chicago, IL.

We’ll explore:   

  • What it means to be an “identity leader” and take control over your life. 
  • The value knowledge, information, and mindset, and changing your thinking on a daily basis. 
  • How to create your own personal learning system. 
  • Why Stedman believes so strongly in the concept of identity leadership. 
  • The importance of failure in the learning and growth process. 
  • Why we should anticipate and embrace disruption. 
  • How identity leadership helps you leave a legacy. 
  • Why changing your thoughts is vital to changing yourself. 
  • Why you must define yourself instead of letting others define you. 
  • Oprah’s example of being focused and consistent in becoming one of the world’s most effective communicators. 
  • The wide-open opportunity for leadership today. 
  • Why most people are afraid to dream today. 
  • The impact Stedman wants his book to have. 

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225 Do What You Do Best – Lee Jackson
29 Apr 2019

Problem-Solving, Mistakes, Vulnerability, Stories, Observation

225 Do What You Do Best – Lee Jackson

 Summary

There are many different models of public speaking: consulting, training, keynotes, workshops, and others. Today’s guest cuts through the clutter with a reminder to focus on the kind of speaking you do best. In addition, he offers lots of practical tips for improving your business and solving your clients’ problems through speaking.

Lee Jackson is an International Speaker, Presentation Coach, and author of 12 books. He works in businesses and education helping people to Get Good in challenging times. He is a past President of the Professional Speaking Association in the UK & Ireland. He lives with his wife and twins in Yorkshire, England. He loves good comedy, old school Hip Hop, and basketball. He doesn’t like gardening.

We’ll explore:

  • How Lee transitioned to speaking from the stage.
  • Why you should focus on what you do best.
  • The importance of making connections and joining communities.
  • Why Lee frames speaking as problem-solving.
  • Lee’s advice on the business of speaking, and why you must solve a problem that you enjoy working on.
  • Some of the mistakes Lee has made in speaking, and how he dealt with him.
  • The importance of listening to feedback and observing other speakers who are different than you.
  • Why you should make sure your slides are great if you use them.

Interview Links

LeeJackson.biz

Lee’s “Get Good at Presenting” Podcast

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224 Strategies for the Self-Employed Speaker – Jessica Pettitt
21 Apr 2019

Fees, Confidence, Pro Bono, Strategies, Business

224 Strategies for the Self-Employed Speaker – Jessica Pettitt

Summary

The business side of speaking is not nearly as exciting as being on stage. However, it’s vital to have clear business systems in place if you are a self-employed speaker. Today’s guest shares how she determines (and increases) her fees, strategies for making connections that can pay off later, and advice for dealing with taxes and other business issues.

Jessica Pettitt, M.Ed., CSP, pulls together her standup comedy years with 15+ years of diversity training’s in a wide range of organizations to serve groups to move from abstract fears to actionable habits that lead teams to want to work together. With a sense of belonging and understanding, colleagues take more risks with their ideation, conserve precious resources through collaboration, and maintain real connections with clients over time.

We’ll explore:

  • How Jessica determines her speaking fees.
  • Why Jessica still pays to speak at conferences sometimes.
  • Jessica’s strategy for speaking at larger conferences.
  • The value of doing webinars, conference calls, and pro bono work.
  • The hardest thing about being a solopreneur professional speaker.
  • Why you must sell yourself as a speaker.
  • Advice for working with cameras and screens while speaking.
  • An example from Jimmy Buffet on how to repurpose your content.
  • Advice on how to become a speaker.

Interview Links

GoodEnoughNow.com

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223 Make the Investment in Yourself – Karen Litzy
16 Apr 2019

Confidence, Pitching, Relationships, Audience, Practice

223 Make the Investment in Yourself – Karen Litzy

Summary

Speaking success doesn’t come automatically. You may be known in your field, but you must start at the beginning when building a speaking career. Today’s guest shares her story of making the investment in herself and building her speaking career over a number of years.

Dr. Karen Litzy is a licensed physical therapist, international speaker, owner of Karen Litzy Physical Therapy, host of the podcast “Healthy Wealthy & Smart,” and the creator of the Women in Physical Therapy Summit. Through her work as a physical therapist, she has helped thousands of people overcome painful conditions, recover from surgery, and return to their lives with family and friends.

As a podcast host, she has interviewed influencers in the world of health, medicine, and entrepreneurship, including Gloria Steinem, Dr. Karim Kahn, JJ Virgin, and Professor Lorimer Moseley.

She has been a featured speaker at national and international prevents, including the International Olympic Committee, the Injury Prevention Conference in Monaco, and the Sri Lanka Sports & Exercise Medicine Conference.

We’ll explore:

  • The importance of becoming a student of speaking in order to get more stages.
  • Karen’s process for pitching herself as a speaker.
  • The importance of being yourself with your content and ideas when pitching.
  • Why you must build relationships over a number of years in order to be successful in speaking.
  • How setting an intention can help you accomplish your goals faster.
  • The importance of your community in helping you be more successful.
  • Why you must know the material inside out.
  • How speaking has increased Karen’s business by other physical therapists referring patients to her, and having the courage to branch out beyond the stage.
  • Karen’s tips for getting into public speaking.

Interview Links

KarenLitzy.com

Healthy Wealthy & Smart Podcast

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222 Knowing & Owning Who You Are – Jazz Biancci
09 Apr 2019

Vulnerability, Authenticity, Identity, Connection, Collaboration

222 Knowing & Owning Who You Are – Jazz Biancci

 Summary

One of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself as a speaker is, “Who am I?” When you truly know and own your unique identity and perspective, you can powerfully impact an audience. Today’s guest shares her story, as well as practical strategies, for building your speaking business out of your true and vulnerable self.

Jazz Biancci, CAPP, is the founder and creator of Spiraling into Genius and The Consciousness Masculinity. As an author, speaker, and channel, Jazz sees the invisible influence and helps people discover what they don’t know, in order for them to have greater impact in the world.

We’ll explore:

  • Various ways to define monetization, and how Jazz has been able to monetize her message.
  • How Jazz had to get over who she was in the past, and why the gift of failure led her to greater opportunities.
  • Why everything is energy, and how we are a tower sending out radio waves into the world.
  • Possible resources you can receive from speaking: money, referrals, social media reach, connections and collaborations for the future, book sales, future projects and events.
  • The importance of aligning with people you want to be in business with.
  • How speaking has impacted Jazz’s life and business.
  • Practical tips for building your speaking business.

Interview Links

JazzBiancci.com

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Resources

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221 Say Yes to Opportunities – Sharon Holand Gelfand
02 Apr 2019

Opportunities, Speaker Sheet, Mistakes, Negotiation, Confidence

221 Say Yes to Opportunities – Sharon Holand Gelfand

Summary

How are you compensated as a speaker? It’s not just about receiving money—it’s also about receiving experience, making connections, and getting referrals. Today’s guest shares her journey to the stage, and why you should say “yes” to the opportunities in front of you to begin, or build, your speaking career.

Sharon Holand Gelfand is a healthcare disruptor. As a certified functional diagnostic nutritionist, Sharon transforms women’s lives by healing their guts. She gets to the root of their most common health complaints by testing—not guessing—and incorporates lifestyle shifts filled with more energy and less stress.

We’ll explore:

  • Sharon’s journey to the stage.
  • How Sharon monetizes her speaking.
  • Strategies for making the transition from speaking for experience to speaking for fees.
  • Advice for negotiation a speaking fee and getting clear on what you want from a speaking engagement.
  • What a speaker one-sheet is, and why it’s important to your speaking career.
  • Mistakes Sharon has made in speaking, and what she has learned from them.
  • The need to spend time working on your speaking pitch.
  • How speaking has impacted Sharon’s business, and why Sharon believes that speaking is a core component of any business.
  • Sharon’s advice for taking the plunge to get started in speaking.

Interview Links

SharonHoland.com

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Resources

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