Getting on Television

You’re a professional speaker with a life changing message. The million dollar question is; how do you deliver your message to the world? The fastest way is through television. You have two choices when it comes to doing TV. Choice number one is doing infomercials. Choice number two is by being interviewed by the biggest...

How to Get Speeches for Network Marketing Companies

One of the most exciting and profitable markets for professional public speakers is the Network Marketing industry. There are more than 30 million Networker’s worldwide, and 16 million of them are in the United States. These people are ambitious, energetic entrepreneurs pursuing their financial goals and dreams by representing world-class products and services. You won’t...

Radio Star Advises Speakers

I had the opportunity to interview Atlanta radio personality Stone Payton at the Siebold Success Network, and he gave the audience of speakers some great advice. After doing radio interviews across the world for years, Stone is one of the best I’ve ever worked with. Most speakers have never had formal media training and even...

Sharing the Stage with Legends

One of the coolest things that happens as you climb the ladder of professional speaking success is sharing the stage with people you’ve listened to on recordings for years. In high school I used to listen to speakers like Zig Ziglar, Don Hutson, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Brian Tracy, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Larry Wilson–and...

Speaker’s Television Strategy

One of the most effective marketing tools public speakers use to build their brand and take their message to the masses is doing television interviews. Entire speaking empires have been built through the medium of television. Speaker’s like Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra and others have become famous from being on TV. As some...

My SHOCKING Interview on FOX-TV New York

There’s no place in the world like New York City to deliver a speech or be interviewed on television. New Yorkers are outspoken, direct, and fearless in asking questions that make most people blush. I’ve given speeches and interviews in NYC for years, but I have to admit that my interview today on FOX New...

Best Novel for Public Speakers

Og Mandino, one of the most popular authors of all-time, wrote one of his last books about a fictional thought-leader/public speaker. Bill Gove, Og Mandino’s speaking coach and mentor, told me back in 1996 that I had to read this book. As usual, Bill was right. I’ve never forgotten this book. It’s a must-read for...

Bob Proctor’s Advice to Speakers

Bob Proctor is one of the most successful professional speakers of all-time. I’ve had the honor of speaking at dozens of conventions with Bob all over the world. I can tell you from first hand experience why he’s so successful: he’s really good. More specifically, he’s a very exciting, content rich, entertaining performer. Millions of...

Professional Speakers Beware: End of an Era

The great recession/correction of 2008-2010 marks the end of an era for professional speakers. The days of thousands of motivational speakers regurgitating think and grow rich are over. Thousands of speakers have been forced out the business in the last two years because companies are demanding tens time the value they were 24 months ago....

PLEASE DON’T Write a Book in 30 Days

The average best-selling author spends 12-24 months writing their books, yet there’s a bunch of people promising new speakers they can do it in 30 days. These are the same people claiming the speaking business is easy and you can throw a speech together overnight and you don’t even have to be a good speaker...