Welcome to a brand new episode of Speaker Driven Business, where we’re diving deeper into the world of speaking. If you’re an entrepreneur or business owner looking to elevate your speaking game and turn your passion into a profitable profession, this episode is a must-listen.
In this insightful discussion, we explore the transformative journey every speaker must take – from being in the “red zone” to achieving “gold zone mastery.” It’s your roadmap to becoming an impactful speaker who receives praise AND also sees tangible results.
We introduce you to The Tipping Point Framework, a crucial concept for speakers who may be feeling exhausted, confused, or financially unfulfilled in their speaking careers. We’ll help you assess if you’re truly connecting with your audience, inspiring action, and achieving your desired outcomes.
Get ready to uncover the secrets of success in the speaking world. We’ll delve into the importance of feedback, the power of structured content, and the art of forging a personal connection with your audience. Plus, we’ll reveal the ultimate “trifecta” that marks a speaker’s true success: being rebooked by organizers, booked by an audience member, referred to another booking – or picking up significant pieces of work, and the perfect client.
Tune in now to learn how to master the art of impactful speaking and start achieving the results you’ve always dreamed of. Your path to success starts right here.
Listen to the full episode now and start your journey to becoming an impactful speaker.
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- How the phrase “You’re so good” kills your speaking future (01:00)
- The Tipping Point Framework that maps the speaker’s journey (04:13)
- The significance of achieving the “trifecta” as a professional speaker (09:03)
- The role of story and language in bringing down the “five-year-old gatekeeper” (13:25)
“The trifecta is every time you speak as a professional speaker, you are rebooked by the organisers, you are booked by someone in the audience and you are referred to a booking by someone in the audience.” -Jacqueline Nagle
“We push people from the Red Zone to the Gold Zone by taking them through the tipping point. And the only way we get through the tipping point is through structure, story and language – and understanding how all of those play together.” -Jacqueline Nagle