The Surprising Truth About Public Speaking

On June 18, 2018

The Surprising Truth About Public Speaking

Gravy is a proud sponsor of the 7-figure CEO Podcast. This is a podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs break through the million-dollar barrier facing them in their business. This podcast moves past the ‘theory’ of business and focuses on practical strategies that you can implement right away.

At Gravy, we exist to help entrepreneurs and CEO’s solve the problem of failed payments and credit card declines in their business. We know this one problem alone costs small businesses billions of dollars nationwide each year, and we want to help. We are passionate about entrepreneurship, and we want to help as many businesses leaders as we possibly can build healthy, thriving businesses that will continue to serve people, solve challenging problems, and provide jobs for years and years to come.

Today’s Guest:

In this episode of The 7-Figure CEO Podcast, Casey speaks with Grant Baldwin, creator of The Speaker Lab. He’s presented at over 400 conferences and given over 1,000 presentations to 400,000+ people. Grant uses humor, stories, and specific actions that your audience can use and implement immediately.

Today Grant Baldwin talks about how public speaking can help you get in touch with the right audience for your business. He shares the biggest mistakes public speakers are making during and after an event, and how you can make sure you are getting the most out of your speaking arrangements for the benefit of your company.  Listen in as one of the top rated keynote speakers teaches you the art of tapping into the benefits of public speaking.

What You’ll Learn

  • How to find the value in public speaking.
  • Why finding your niche is key.
  • How to get in touch with a lead generation.
  • How to prepare for your next speaking event.
  • Grant’s number one tip for new speakers
  • The biggest mistake speakers are making.
  • How to best prepare for your next event.

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