Pitch Perfect with Jaimie Abbott
Welcome to "Pitch Perfect," a podcast hosted by Jaimie Abbott, an expert in the art of public speaking, public relations, and a seasoned business strategist. Every week, Jaimie explores the different facets of these fields, aiming to empower entrepreneurs, marketing professionals, and anyone interested in honing their communication skills.
How much can you get paid as an MC
How to become an MC
How to leverage local PR as a small business owner
In this episode, I explore the vital role of local public relations (PR) for small businesses. Despite our interconnected global age, community support remains central. Local PR is about building trust and gaining recognition within one's community. I also highlighted the benefits of partnering with other local enterprises and the importance of immersing oneself in community events.
Authenticity stands out as a crucial factor in every business interaction. While global connections matter, for small businesses, the local community holds the key. I welcome feedback and stories via my social platforms - @jaimieabbott, reminding everyone to champion local endeavors.LISTEN
The Power of Self-Discovery and Financial Confidence with Erin Davis
In this latest episode, I host Erin Davis, a veteran with 26 years in the primarily male world of accounting. Erin delves into her personal challenges, notably the persistent self-doubt she grappled with, even as an experienced professional. Her transformative journey became evident when she decided to prioritise herself, leading to a significant job shift and a newfound love for trail running, where she accomplished two 50-kilometer ultra-trail marathons.
Erin shares her passion for helping women get savvy with their money. She believes understanding finances goes hand in hand with boosting self-esteem.LISTEN
Nutritional Pathways: Performance, Health, and Happiness with Jennifer May
In this episode, I am joined by Jennifer May, an accomplished nutritionist, prolific author, influential health speaker, nurturing mentor, and dedicated mother. We navigate Jennifer's vast experiences, including her trailblazing initiatives in equipping nutrition and dietetics students for the workforce. As the dynamic force behind Sydney City Nutritionist and Food Intolerance Australia, she comes with over 11 years of unparalleled expertise in nutrition.
We delve deep into the art of performance nutrition, unraveling the magic behind personalised diets, and the imperative to strike a balance in our food choices.LISTEN
Doors are open to PAID TO SPEAK
In this exciting episode, I dive into the transformative world of my signature course - Paid to Speak, which is open until October 18th at 11pm. Navigate from the "I’m not ready" stage to securing profitable speaking gigs, even with an imperfect bio or topic.
Imagine holding the stage, selling your services, and being the speaker everyone needs! This episode peeks into the course, revealing how to craft sellable topics and magnetic bios, plus a sneak-peek at the profitable world that awaits you in speaking! Don’t miss your key; visit paidtospeak.com.au and elevate your speaking journey!
Act NOW! This is your last chance for 2023 to dive into this wealth of knowledge and bonuses designed to catapult your speaking journey.LISTEN
How do you get started as paid speaker
In this latest episode, I'm buzzing with excitement as I announce the reopening of my "Paid to Speak" course and the debut of my ‘Speak and Earn’ challenge.
If the world of paid speaking intrigues you, let me share some golden nuggets with you. Start by picking a subject close to your heart. Craft a compelling talk around it. Initially, you might want to begin at local clubs and make sure to record your sessions. Networking is key, so forge connections with event organizers. When it comes to pricing, strike a balance; know your worth but be realistic. Having a personal website or blog can be a fantastic platform to highlight your speaking engagements. Remember, never stop learning, because there's always room for improvement.LISTEN
Empowering Business Through IT with Leisha Major
In this episode, I welcome Leisha Major, a force to be reckoned with in the IT industry. With over 25 years of experience, Leisha's journey began after completing her Bachelor and Master of Information Systems. Her career trajectory has taken her from working with pharmaceutical giants such as Pfizer to establishing her own enterprise, the POP team, with her husband Peter.
Leisha's dedication to bringing value to businesses through IT is evident, as she passionately leads her team of IT experts to ensure the best services for her clients.LISTEN
Behind the Curtain: Talent Management and More with Josephine Lancuba
In this recent episode, I speak with Josephine Lancuba, a multi-talented entrepreneur in the arts and entertainment sector. Josephine discusses her journey from modest beginnings to establishing a multi-six-figure business and clarifies the diverse role of a talent manager. We also touch on the challenges and adaptations of running a business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Josephine's background of growing up in a difficult household serves as the foundation for her resilience. We discuss the importance of authenticity in online presence, agreeing that it's key to attracting a loyal audience or customer base.LISTEN
How to Find Extra Revenue Streams with Laetitia Andrac
In this riveting episode, I am joined by Laetitia Andrac, the driving force behind Essential Shift Consulting Proprietary Limited. Laetitia has a rich background of over 15 years in business strategy, and her holistic approach combines business strategy with energetic alignment.
A key highlight shared was how one of her strategies helped a business soar from zero to 6 million in just 18 months. She uses her invaluable insights to provide bespoke solutions, understanding that there's no one-size-fits-all approach.LISTEN
Making Millions with Low Carb with Dr Lucy Burns
In this episode, I welcome Dr Lucy Burns, a GP based in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Dr Lucy's journey into the low carb real food lifestyle and mindset change was inspired by her personal weight loss experience and her stint running a medical weight loss clinic.
Venturing into the online space, Dr Lucy transitioned from her clinic to digital, aiming to reach a broader audience. The game-changer was her podcast "Real Health and Weight Loss," which maintained consistent weekly episodes and garnered a significant listenership. Her authentic and relatable approach, combined with actionable advice, was a cornerstone in her achieving success, ultimately amassing a million dollars online.LISTEN
Your 5 Step RESET by Delegating & Outsourcing with Michelle Broadbent
In this podcast episode, I welcome Michelle Broadbent, a seasoned business strategist known for assisting female founders transition from solo entrepreneurs to established CEOs. With a vast experience spanning multiple sectors, Michelle excels at identifying business obstacles and crafting strategic responses.
We dive deep into why handing over tasks and outsourcing can be game-changers. Michelle drops some wisdom about being clear on what you need done and the big wins you can get from tracking your time and tasks. She also shares her five-step guide (she calls it RESET).LISTEN
Creating Content Through Storytelling with Melissa J Scott
In this enlightening episode, I welcome Melissa J. Scott, a marketing expert, and founder of "25 years," her boutique agency. She's joining from her caravan as she tours Queensland, working with MDC campers and caravans to create content for independent female entrepreneurial travelers.
Melissa covers themes of rockstar confidence, self-belief, personal branding, and connection, even discussing her personal journey of losing her husband and rediscovering herself. With a background in body sculpting and a 25-year career in marketing, Melissa's adaptability, resilience, and positive mantra of "why not me?" form the core of her extraordinary life story.LISTEN
Balancing Act: Entrepreneurship, Motherhood and Pandemic with Alison McQueen
In this podcast episode, I speak with Alison McQueen, the brain behind Newcastle and Hunter Community Health, an award-winning establishment known for its home-delivered aged care and NDIS clinical care.
As she speaks, her dedication to her community and her genuine passion for her work are palpable. Alongside her remarkable professional journey, Alison is also a loving mother to two teenagers. She shares the intricacies of juggling her thriving business with the nuances of motherhood.
Nutrition to Help You Thrive in Life and Business with Jess Spendlove
In this insightful episode, I am joined by Jess Spendlove, one of Australia's most respected and experienced dietitians. We delve into the dichotomy of working with athletes, some of whom are easy and motivated while others need more guidance to understand the value of proper nutrition. Jess shares her experiences working with different sports, the impact of COVID on her career, and her transition to focusing on one-on-one engagements. She also touches on burnout and the importance of aligning one's career with personal happiness.
How to Pump Up Your Personal and Business Finance Tyres with Alpha Schulte
In this enlightening podcast episode, I sit down with Alpha Schulte to dig into the complexities of both personal and business finance. Together, we explore vital topics like the importance of financial education, unique fears and concerns women often have about money, the lack of financial literacy in schools, the temptations and risks of credit cards, and understanding compound interest.
Alpha also shares her personal journey in specialising in assisting women business owners, opening up about her own challenges with credit card debt, and outlining how she offers a holistic approach to her clients that starts with values and desired lifestyles.LISTEN
The Game-Changing Power of Buyer's Agents with Jo Vadillo
In this episode, we delve into the fascinating world of buyer's agents with my guest, Jo Vadillo, an industry leader with an impressive portfolio in the property market. Jo shares her insights into how using a buyer's agent provides a competitive edge to property purchasers. She tells us about her journey from being an advertising and marketing professional to becoming a buyer's agent, a role that was relatively new in Australia when she began.
Jo talks about the crucial role of a buyer's agent in ensuring buyers don't purchase a 'lemon' and the importance of their fiduciary duty to their clients.LISTEN
Being a Female in the Construction Industry with The Scribble Club
In this episode, I am joined by Heather Morris and Trish Pikersgill, the dynamic duo known as The Scribble Club. They bring their passion for judo and home design to the forefront as home design coaches.
As females in the traditionally male-dominated construction industry, Heather and Trish discuss their experiences and the evolving landscape for women in their field. They share stories of the industry's transformation, highlighting the shift towards mutual respect and inclusivity between genders.LISTEN
How to Take Control of Your Business Finances
My guest in this episode is Natalie Hall, a business and wealth mentor with over 16 years of experience as an accountant, CPA, business strategist, and more. Natalie's insights focus on helping ambitious female entrepreneurs achieve financial success without compromising their personal well-being.
Natalie emphasises the need for business owners to maintain balance, keeping a sharp eye not just on the income but also on the expenses to ensure they generate profit. She encourages entrepreneurs to recognise the value they offer and understand that they deserve fair compensation for their hard work.LISTEN
A Life in Balance: Cultivating Joy Before the Workday
In this episode of Pitch Perfect, I am joined by Heidi Horne, a respected speaker, corporate trainer, author, and mindfulness and mindset expert. Heidi shares her knowledge and experience on mindfulness, stress management, positive mindset, and resilience.
Heidi shares her intriguing journey into mindfulness practice, stemming from her personal experience of happiness and positivity as a child. She shares five ways to foster joy - gratitude, breathing exercises, meditation, positive affirmations, and smiling or laughing - and elaborates on the immense benefits these practices have on an individual's well-being and overall work productivity.LISTEN
From Burnout to Balance: Guide to Effective Leadership
In this episode, my guest Liz Murray delves into the crucial topics of emotional regulation, self-awareness, and leadership, especially for independent workers. Liz elaborates on the concept of emotional regulation in the context of a professional environment, asserting that working in isolation may cause emotional regulation to diminish. She emphasises that recognising personal triggers and managing responses are key to maintaining a professional demeanor.LISTEN
Thriving Not Surviving as an Entrepreneur with Lorraine Murphy
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott is joined by Lorraine Murphy, who mentors female entrepreneurs in her membership group, Bold Darling, and high-level one-on-one mentoring. The conversation revolves around what separates successful entrepreneurs from those who struggle. Lorraine identifies three key factors: consistently planning the business, building resilience, and nurturing a growth mindset. Planning includes quarterly planning and taking time to review progress and plan forward. Resilience is crucial for weathering the challenges and setbacks that come with entrepreneurship.
This episode is full of valuable insights for anyone looking to succeed as an entrepreneur.LISTEN
How to Market Yourself As a Paid Speaker?
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott shares some tips and tricks on how to market yourself as a paid speaker in an enjoyable way. She starts by emphasising the importance of adding the word "speaker" to everything in your online profile and creating a professional website to showcase your expertise, experience, and past speaking engagements. She then delves into the wild and wacky world of social media, where speakers can connect with their target audience and showcase their expertise.
Jaimie also stresses the importance of networking, expanding your network, building your credibility and reach, and using humor in your marketing materials and social media posts.LISTEN
How Do You Get Started as a Paid Speaker?
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott shares her insights on the world of becoming a paid speaker. She answers the frequently asked question, "How do I become a paid speaker?" and provides tips and tricks on how to become a highly paid speaker. She begins by discussing the importance of finding your niche and embracing it wholeheartedly. Jaimie then delves into the importance of honing your public speaking skills, building your professional online presence, and networking like a pro.
Finally, Jaimie provides guidance on how to land your first paid speaking gig, emphasising the importance of starting small and bringing your A-game to every opportunity. Tune in to this whimsical adventure and learn how to become a successful paid speaker.LISTEN
What Should I Include in a Speaker Proposal or Pitch?
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott dives into the art of crafting the perfect speaker proposal or pitch. With a light-hearted touch and a few laughs along the way, Jaimie guides listeners through the essential components of a winning pitch, including a brief introduction of yourself and your expertise, a summary of your presentation topic, the key takeaways for the audience, and any relevant past speaking experience. She also provides tips and tricks to make your pitch stand out from the crowd, such as tailoring it to the specific event or audience, injecting personality, and proofreading for errors.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the speaking circuit, this episode will leave you with the tools you need to make your proposal irresistible to event organisers.LISTEN
What are Speaker Bureaus and How Can They Help?
In this episode, we delve into the world of speaker bureaus. Speaker bureaus are agencies that represent speakers and help connect them with organisations seeking someone to wow their audiences.
They can also help negotiate fees, manage contracts, and handle logistics. I discuss the benefits and drawbacks of working with a speaker bureau, including increased exposure and credibility, negotiation assistance, and contract management. I also give tips on how to find the perfect speaker bureau and I stress the importance of doing your research and trusting your instincts.LISTEN
How Much Can You Get Paid as a Speaker
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott discusses a topic that is on the minds of many aspiring speakers: how much can you earn as a paid speaker? I cover the various factors that determine a speaker's earning potential, including experience, topic, industry, and event type. While the world of professional speaking can be incredibly lucrative for some, it can be challenging for others to make a living from speaking fees alone.
I also offer tips for increasing earning potential, such as investing in professional development, building a strong brand and reputation, and targeting the right industries and events for your expertise.
Throughout the episode, I emphasise the importance of being patient, persistent, and strategic in building a successful speaking career.LISTEN
How to Speak Yourself Rich
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott talks about the power of communication and how it can help listeners achieve financial success by speaking themselves rich. Communication skills are critical in building relationships, negotiating deals, and convincing others to invest in your ideas, and provides practical tips for honing those skills. I emphasise the importance of communicating with confidence, negotiating effectively, networking strategically, selling yourself and your ideas, and always improving your communication skills.
I encourage listeners to pay attention to their communication style and refine it through practice and feedback. By mastering the art of communication, listeners can become more effective negotiators, networkers, and persuaders, and ultimately achieve the financial success they deserve.LISTEN
How to Get More Stuff Done in a day with Sue Glasser
In this podcast episode, productivity and success coach and speaker, Sue Glasser shares her expertise with Jaimie Abbott. Sue helps struggling and disorganised business owners maximise their 24 hours through workshops and speaking opportunities. She offers tips on how to overcome common obstacles such as procrastination and shares how to use tools like emails and to-do lists more efficiently.
The episode covers topics such as the benefits of writing down to-do lists, how to prioritise tasks effectively, and the importance of making time for the things you enjoy. Sue suggests that people often procrastinate due to a pursuit of perfection or resistance to a difficult or boring task.
Whether you prefer pen and paper or digital tools, Sue's practical advice will help you take control of your time and achieve your goals.
Check out Sue's website here: https://www.paperclippo.com.au/
How to Create a Killer Speaker Reel
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott takes a deep dive into the essential steps required to create a speaker reel that stands out. She talks about the importance of having a clean message and showcasing personality, while also including testimonials and keeping the video short and sweet.
Jaimie stresses the importance of using high-quality footage and ending with a call to action that encourages potential clients to book you for their events. By following these six steps, listeners can create a speaker reel that truly represents their brand and unique value proposition.LISTEN
How to Get your Prices Right with Justine McLean
In this podcast episode, Jaimie Abbott interviews business coach, money mentor, and the founder of Flossy Creative Justine McLean to discuss the million dollar question in business: how to get your pricing formula right and make money.
Justine explores the different ways to price products and services, including the profit-first model and mindset shifts, and how these methods may not always work in the long run.
Listeners will come away with a better understanding of how to get their prices right and, more importantly, how to make money in their business.LISTEN
How to Show Up More Online
In this episode, Jaimie Abbott talks about the importance of showing up in your business, specifically in the online space through social media platforms like Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. She emphasises the power of being front of mind for potential customers, building the know-like-and-trust factor, and ultimately driving sales.
She draws on her own experience of launching a course that initially had zero sign-ups but later generated six figures in revenue, to demonstrate the effectiveness of showing up. Jaimie also offers tips on how to get started, including documenting your day or thoughts, and encourages people to take their potential customers behind the scenes to give them a glimpse of their everyday work. Through her personal anecdotes and advice, Jaimie motivates listeners to overcome their imposter syndrome and make showing up a habit.LISTEN
Becoming a Marketing Superhero with Hayley Osborne
In this episode of the podcast, Jaimie Abbott welcomes Hayley Osborne to discuss the pros and cons of live launching. versus evergreen launching when it comes to online courses. They share their personal experiences and talk about the challenges and rewards of launching and promoting digital products.
Overall, this podcast episode provides a wealth of practical tips and insights for business owners who are looking to improve their marketing strategies and increase customer engagement. Whether you're new to the world of online courses or a seasoned pro, you'll find plenty of valuable advice to help you grow your business and connect with your audience in a meaningful way.LISTEN
Is the Media Release Dead?
In this captivating episode, Jaimie Abbott, a seasoned journalist and media expert, explores the remarkable benefits of a well-crafted media release. She highlights how a strategically written release can help reach a wider audience, enhance credibility, and increase visibility for your organisation. Jaimie delves into the importance of controlling the narrative, particularly during times of negative publicity, and how media releases can foster strong relationships with journalists.
Drawing from her 20-year experience in newsrooms, Jaimie reveals the secret to making journalists' lives easier and securing exclusive coverage for your brand. Tune in to discover the crucial role of media releases in today's fast-paced media landscape and learn how to craft an impactful message that generates buzz for your organisation.LISTEN
Getting Digitally Organised with Sarah Marco
Sarah Marco is a vibrant, charismatic entrepreneur and the founder of Inner Works Business Solutions, along with her personal brand is called Sarah Jane. Sarah actually founded Inner Works Business Solutions when she recognised a gap in the recruitment market for businesses to receive a scope of support services.
In this episode, Sarah provides tips on how to get digitally organised. They discuss tips for organising files and Google Drive, emphasizing the importance of creating a basic structure and grouping specific things together.
This episode provides valuable advice for business owners who want to streamline their processes and be more productive.LISTEN
How to Master Your LinkedIn Cover Video
In this episode, Jaimie discusses the importance of LinkedIn's Cover Story videos and how to make a winning one. LinkedIn's Cover Story is a 20-second video that plays automatically when someone clicks on your profile. Jaimie goes over the pros and cons of this new feature and shares tips on how to create an impressive cover video.
Listeners are encouraged to try creating their own LinkedIn cover video after listening to the episode.LISTEN
Dave Renfrew and Building A Million Dollar Physio Clinic from Scratch
Dave Renfrew is the founder of Newcastle Performance Physio and a man of many talents. In this episode, Dave talks about his diverse background, which includes being a black belt in Taekwondo, a former rugby union player, a science geek, and a football fanatic. He shares his journey of building a successful physio clinic from scratch, and the challenges he faced in the early days of the business.
Dave emphasises the importance of building the right team and having a clear vision for the clinic. He also talks about his plans for the future, including expanding the clinic and offering more services. Throughout the episode, Dave shares valuable lessons he has learned as an entrepreneur, particularly the importance of continuous improvement and learning from both successes and failures.LISTEN
How to Get Rid of Distracting Movements
In this episode of her podcast, Jaimie Abbott discusses the common distracting body movements that people exhibit while giving speeches or presentations on stage. Jaimie advises her listeners to identify their distracting mannerisms, such as swaying, hanging onto the podium, finger tapping, fidgeting with clothes, etc., and suggests ways to get rid of them.
This podcast is a must-listen for anyone who wants to improve their public speaking skills and make a strong impression on their audience.
Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone with Liz Murray
Liz has worked with many exceptional leaders to help them take their success beyond what they dared to think was possible through one to one coaching leadership team programs and team workshops.
In this episode, Jaimie and Liz explore the idea that our comfort zone can be a good place to recharge and take care of ourselves, but if we want to achieve different levels of success, we need to push ourselves out of that zone. They discuss various ways to step out of our comfort zone, such as giving feedback to a boss, having difficult conversations, or even pursuing a life path that feels uncomfortable.
Listeners will find this conversation insightful and inspiring, particularly those who struggle with people-pleasing or fear of judgment.LISTEN
How to Come Up With Your Media Angle
Today's topic is all about creating a strong and compelling media angle for your story.
A media angle is essentially the hook, or the unique aspect, of your story that will make it appealing to the media and, therefore, to the public. This is what sets your story apart from the rest and makes it newsworthy.LISTEN
How to Write Different Types of Blog Posts
"Discover the different types of blog posts you can create to capture your audience's attention and drive engagement!"
In this episode you will learn:
1. Did you know that speaking is one of the highest paying professions in the world?
2. What are the six different types of blog posts and how can you write them?
3. What are the top mistakes people are making in your industry and how can they avoid them?
5 Things to Know About Finding Clients on LinkedIn
A highly ambitious entrepreneur and influencer, desperate to make a living, must learn to navigate the treacherous waters of LinkedIn, as they struggle to find clients and build valuable business relationships without becoming a dreaded spammer.
"Your ideal clients will be drawn to you once they get to know you as a person instead of as a salesperson."
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. What mistakes are made when trying to network on LinkedIn?
2. What are the best strategies for making valuable business connections on the platform?
3. How can you build trust and gain referrals from your LinkedIn network?
How to Polish your Message
In this episode of the podcast, Jaimie Abbott provides listeners with valuable tips on how to polish their message and deliver a successful presentation. Through her top six tips, Jaimie emphasises the importance of making the message interesting, staying on track, being clear and concise, making the message effective, making it personal, and checking the political correctness of the message.
Jaimie explains how beginners and even professional speakers can struggle to engage their audiences and lose their attention by failing to address specific key points. Jaimie highlights the significance of being mindful of sensitive subjects and the type of language used during the presentation.LISTEN
Ascension Models for your Business
In this podcast episode, Jaimie Abbott discusses the importance of having ascension models in mind for business owners. She explains that an ascension model is a business model that takes clients on a growth journey towards success. Jaimie goes on to explain the different stages of her funnel, which includes lead magnets, Facebook ads, and upsells. By nurturing leads with weekly emails filled with value, Jaimie builds trust with her clients before launching a course or membership.
Overall, Jaimie emphasises the importance of planning out the customer journey in order to effectively grow a business.
Life changing experiences with Sarah Joy Galway
Sharon is a business and mindset coach who helps coaches and healers get clear in their business.
In this podcast episode we talk all about to find peace and balance in your business and why you need to learn to LOVE public speaking.LISTEN
Hot speaking topics that sell
In this episode I talk all about what are the top 5 topics that SELL when it comes to public speaking.
There are certain topics that clients will pay more to hear you speak about.LISTEN
Building a brand with Jack Henderson
My guest in this week's podcast episode is Jack Henderson, the founder of Henderson Advocacy.
Jack has built an incredible brand and company using the power of social and traditional media.
In this episode Jack talks all about the secrets to his success.LISTEN
Your Speaker Toolkit
What's in your speakers toolkit?
As a professional speaker, what do you need in your speakers toolkit?
In this episode I talk about exactly what you need to start pitching yourself as a paid speaker.
In my upcoming Paid to Speak course, you'll get all the templates you need to put together your speakers toolkit.LISTEN
Top industries that will pay you to speak
What industries should you target as a paid speaker?
Some industries will pay more than others. In this episode I take you through the top 6 industries that you should be targeting to get paid speaking gigs.LISTEN
How to become a paid speaker
In this episode I talk all about how YOU can become a highly paid speaker.
Doors are opening soon to my online Paid to Speak course goes into more details on how you can score these highly paid speaking opportunities.LISTEN
How to find paid speaking gigs
So you want to become a professional speaker? How do you do it? How do you find paid speaking gigs?
To learn more check out this episode, my upcoming Paid to Speak course goes into more details on how you can score these highly paid speaking opportunities.LISTEN
Being a successful entrepreneur mum with Donna Hann
Being a Mum and running a business is hard work!
But there are simple tools you can put in place to make life easier, when growing your business.
In this episode I interview Donna Hann, who is the owner of She's in Business, who supports entrepreneurial women in business.LISTEN
Should you speak for free?
When should you do a speaking gig and not charge for it?
In this episode I take you through some of the reasons you may want to speak for free, and what you want to ask for in return.LISTEN
Why should you become a paid speaker?
Why should you charge to speak to audiences?
As a paid speaker you can fit your jobs around your lifestyle and travel the world.
In this episode I take you through all the benefits of becoming a professional speaker or doing it as a side hustle.LISTEN
How to overcome a fear of public speaking
If you find yourself afraid of an upcoming speech, you’re not alone. The fear of public speaking is one of the top fears out there, but you can still do something about it.
You hear over and over again that practice makes perfect, and this also applies to public speaking. Any sort of public speaking – even when you speak out in your group of friends – can ease you into the public speaking role.
In this podcast episode I take you through some actions you can take to reduce your fear of public speaking.
The Top 3 things you need to do on Linkedin right now
Linkedin is a powerful social media tool, and I estimate 50% of my business income comes from Linkedin.
There are 3 quick things you can do on Linkedin to improve your profile to get more leads instantly.
How to get featured on hot podcasts
When you become a podcast guest on a hot podcast, you are able to instantly leverage your host’s loyal audience – the audience that your host did the work of building and nurturing.
While the written word is a powerful medium, seeing you in a live webinar or hearing your actual voice in a podcast, with all its warmth, inflections, animation, passion and liveliness, boosts the degree of personal connection your audience feels.
In this episode, I will take you through 5 quick steps so you can get featured on hot podcasts.
Sarah is a Postgraduate Qualified Course Creation Specialist with over 150,000 student enrolments in her online education programs, from 181 countries - Sarah Cordiner helps organisations, experts, speakers, coaches and consultants to create and launch online courses, coaching programs, membership subscriptions, and build successful education-based businesses with her simple to follow tech and marketing support thrown in.LISTEN
Mark Kentwell is an award-winning founder, thought leader, advisor and entrepreneur specialising in real estate, property development, business systems and property technology sectors. Mark has started or helped build more than 20 Australian companies and trusts with the majority reaching sector leading positions and growth figures of several times industry benchmarks.LISTEN
In January 2016, Melissa founded the charity, ‘Got Your Back Sista’, which empowers women to thrive after leaving domestic violence. Melissa was named, ‘Newcastle Woman of the Year’ and was a finalist in the ‘Newcastle University Alumni Awards’ during 2017. In a further bid to lift and give women a voice, Melissa launched the ‘Hey Soul Sista’ podcast in September 2019.LISTEN