Honestly, if you are in the education or
information business and you're not conducting your own seminar and
workshops yet, you are leaving a lot of money on the table.
you've heard that before and you decide that running a seminar is too
you don't see yourself as someone who can move crowds because you're
not an 'extrovert'.
used to hold onto those limiting beliefs myself, and later a few
revelations dawned on me as I saw more and more 'unusual' speakers
coming out in different fields.
BUSTED #1: You DON'T have to be an extrovert.
stage is not a club exclusive to people who 'hang out' and 'get along
with other people'. And you don't have to be a 'people person' to be
successful in business. It may be an advantage but it is definitely no
BUSTED #2: Being in the seminar business is NOT entirely risky.
if you know what you're doing. Unfortunately, most people are
intimidated by the struggles that new speakers go through and falsely
believe so. And the thing about being in the seminar business is that,
it's not all about just delivering content.
off the bat I can think of many generous speakers who are not paid much
(if any at all) to speak at events. While these guys are making a
couple hundreds of dollars to speak - or a consolation gift at the end
of their presentation - there are speaking powerhouses out there
pounding in hundreds of thousands of dollars from every event they go
One Do You Want To Be?
you want to go BIG in the seminar business and take your info business
enterprise to the next level, there's no better time than now.