You want more speaking gigs, but feel as though you’ve exhausted the possibilities in your niche. Perhaps now it’s time to take an inward look and figure out ways in which you can be crushing the platform more effectively. What do I mean by that? Well, I mean learning how to put on a better show and, essentially, becoming a rock star for your audience, regardless of which platform you use to reach them.
Today, we’re learning about crushing the platform from The Rock Star Speaker and Professional Coach himself: Robin Creasman. Click to tweet
In this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Podcast, I’m talking to Robin Creasman about crushing the platform and creating a killer demo video to get more speaking business. With almost three decades spent between the music, television, entertainment, and speaking industries, Creasman has spent his fair share of time speaking in front of audiences across a wide expanse of platforms. He also has had extensive experience working as a performance coach and producer with the likes of:
- Trisha Yearwood
- Terry Bradshaw
- Paul McCartney
- And Hall of Fame Speakers like Vince Poscente, Victoria Labalme, and Dr. Janet Lapp
As you might expect from someone that’s been surrounded by “rock” stars (both literally and figuratively), he knows a thing or two about crushing the platform and what it takes to create a video that stops people in their tracks.
In this podcast, Robin and I discuss how crushing the platform and creating a killer demo video or sizzle reel are two very effective ways in which you can get more business as a speaker. We discuss how to add more sizzle to a keynote presentation, how to use storytelling during a show, and how to pull it all together in your video.
If it’s your mission to totally own your platform and have your audience captivated right from the get-go, Creasman is the person to listen to. With these actionable insights on how to turn yourself into a real rock star, you’ll be able to start landing new business in no time!
Listen the podcast below:
Get in touch with Robin Creasman at his website.