The 52 Week Speaking Business Coaching Programme
About the Programme
Starting and growing a speaking business can be a long and difficult challenge and is not for the feint hearted. It will take time to get things right and you will need to find someone to help you with advice, encouragement, and honest criticism, if you are going to make it.
I said many times you will find a great deal of help from your local branch of the Speaker Association in your area and simply have to go to www.globalspeakers.net to get you started. This may not be an option for you. There may not be that sort of resource near you or you may not choose to use them.
I am passionate about helping people grow their speaking business and would be willing to help you if your wish.
To do this I have started a 52 week coaching course that will guide you through the process of growing your speaking business. If you apply the skills we discuss over a 52 week period you will end the year with a viable speaking business that is enjoyable to run and making you a real income.
I am not doing this for free. You will need to invest not only your time and enthusiasm but also your money into the programme to make sure it works. At the end of the 52 weeks you will have a real speaking business with regular clients. I am not suggesting for a moment that it will be easy. Growing a speaking business takes determination and hard work.
At the end of just one year, if you follow the programme properly, you will have the following:
• A fine tuned niche to focus your Speaking Career
• A well-written book to become the authority on your subject
• A professional DVD to sell
• Other products including MP3’s, books, ebooks etc
• Guidance with other niche related products
• Video clips to put on your website and Youtube
• A Speaker’s Website
• A Social Media presence
• A well crafted Keynote Speech
• A good 20 minute speech for Showcases and meetings
• At least one Showcase appearance
• An integrated Marketing Plan
• The skills needed to find your own audiences
• Personal Help and advice when it is needed
• Free Attendence to one of two Speaker Bookcamps every year
In addition I will be guiding you all the way with help and advice at every stage. I am not, of course, going to write your speech or build your website. You will have to do the work but I will be there at a distance with help, advice and encouragement.
The way this works is very simple. Once you sign up for the 52-week programme you will receive an email every week with the steps to take to create your successful speaking business. These emails will contain instructions, videos, podcasts, interviews with some of the most successful speakers in the world and my personal advice as to how you can improve your performance.
Unless you are locally based in Cape Town we will probably never meet but we will get to know each other very well with a monthly exchange of emails and Skype conversations where appropriate. Once a month you will send me details of your progress so far. I will listen to your speeches, watch your videos, read your books, look at your website, read your Marketing Plan, and give you my help, advice and support every step of the way. I will be your coach and your mentor.
The investment for this 52-week programme is just US$1,850, an amount you should get back from your first paid speaking engagement.
Why not give me a call right now and see if we can work together to develop your Speaking Business +27 832809800 or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Presenter
Richard Mulvey is South Africa’s leading Sales Motivator and over the last 20 years has inspired over 150,000 business people to better performance. Using knowledge gained from his 20 years experience as a sales person all the way to Sales Director together with ‘up to date’ sales techniques, Richard is able to up skill any group of sales people and inspire them to use the skills.
Richard is also president of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa and has been inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame, an honour that is held by only 9 South Africans including Clem Sunter, Michael Mol and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.