Become The Speaker You Were Meant To Be

CAROLYN BLOG (4)

Have you ever wondered how great speakers got their start?  And have you wondered what-in-the-heck you can do to become like them?

Well, that’s exactly what you’ll learn about on today’s episode of the Get Clients With Speaking Show where Carolyn McCall, current president of the Kansas City chapter of the National Speakers Association shares:

  • How she broke into speaking and exactly how she did it.
  • How she went from making the big goose egg at speaking events to earning over $6000 dollars per talk.
  • Why she still does free talks and you’ll learn why you might want to do the same.
  • Her one piece of advice to help you get started being a phenomenal speaker wherever you are right now

Watch the video:


Tweetable:  “When you give yourself ‘Permission to be Phenomenal’ success follows!” ~ Carolyn McCall

Listen to the audio:

Resources from the interview:

Find a Toastmasters club near you

Find a NSA chapter near you

About Carolyn McCall:

Carolyn McCallCarolyn McCall has been engaged in public speaking since childhood, presenting to audiences small and large and she is currently an adjunct instructor of Psychology at a local Career Institute. She has developed her expertise from years of experience as a self-development trainer and a professional speaker. Her experience at Walt Disney and Dale Carnegie have helped to shape her passion and commitment to developing others. Her style is engaging and her delivery is full of energy.  She is equally comfortable talking about professional and personal topics, weaving original stories from her own multi-faceted life into her presentations, which keeps the audience on the edge of their seat.

Connect with Carolyn:

Website

I hope you enjoyed this interview and I’d love to hear what action step you’re planning on taking.  So go ahead and type in the comments section below and let me know what you got out of today’s interview.

Here’s to you getting paid to speak,

xox

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