What one of our most booked speakers does to be memorable

Length: 150 seconds

Audiences may not remember what you said but they will remember how you make them feel

Length: 132 seconds

Do you have a unique style of presenting or dressing so that you are remembered?

Length: 102 seconds

Having a unique model or methodology is a great strategy for being remembered

Length: 96 seconds

The importance of being memorable to get booked

Length: 103 seconds

What content should you share to be known?

Length: 87 seconds

As a speaker you should be known for one thing

Length: 117 seconds

You don’t need to be a celebrity to be a highly booked speaker

Length: 148 seconds

Relevant – What is your follow up to embed the learning?

Length: 115 seconds

Relevant – Feel Think Act

Length: 79 seconds

Relevant – Are you delivering the so what?

Length: 86 seconds

Relevant – Tailoring with Case Studies

Length: 94 seconds

Relevant – Tailor to Client’s Objectives

Length: 90 seconds

Relevant – Tailor your Content

Length: 83 seconds

Relevant – Scoping and Critical Questions

Length: 92 seconds

Relevant – Is your profile up to date?

Length: 75 seconds

Relevant – Can you articulate your expertise?

Length: 65 seconds

Relevant – Is your content current?

Length: 47 seconds

Relevant – Will your target market pay?

Length: 59 seconds

Relevant – Be clear on your target market

Length: 99 seconds

The 4 Keys to Getting More Speaking Gigs

Length: 210 seconds

What bookers want once they’ve booked you

Length: 88 seconds

Speaking is what you do, it’s not who you are

Length: 83 seconds

How do we set prices for speaking abroad?

Length: 65 seconds

One of the best questions to ask your client

Length: 77 seconds

Are you in love with your audience?

Length: 154 seconds

What one of my top clients looks for

Length: 95 seconds

Managers, agents and bureaus

Length: 491 seconds

A bit of a brain dump on writing bios

Length: 206 seconds

Understand before being understood and get more gigs

Length: 141 seconds

My definition of a Killer Speaker Showreel

Length: 255 seconds

Should you put contact details on the end of your showreel?

Length: 110 seconds

Size doesn’t matter!

Length: 184 seconds

Positioning – keep it brief

Length: 76 seconds

Cancellation Fees

Length: 410 seconds


Length: 113 seconds

How to set your payment terms

Length: 270 seconds

Holding and pencilling dates in the diary

Length: 345 seconds

4 Keys to getting booked

Length: 198 seconds

Things to bear in mind when you are gathering video footage

Length: 301 seconds

Being known, an introduction

Length: 129 seconds

My definition of a good testimonial

Length: 279 seconds

Is bad video better than no video?

Length: 39 seconds

A mini rant about sharing stages

Length: 85 seconds

Do clients know what you offer?

Length: 52 seconds

A few things you can do to be easy to work with

Length: 266 seconds

Why are you qualified to speak about your subject?

Length: 234 seconds

Five ways to get booked to speak

Length: 133 seconds
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What are most speakers missing that corporate clients look for? A killer showreel.

In my free guide to showreels that get you booked, I share with you the seven key elements to consider when making your showreel, and professional editing is only one of them!

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