Delivering the Epic Keynote with Joel Weldon

By Jane Atkinson

The most important part of being a speaker is your keynote! It will make or break you in this business, so you want to construct and deliver an epic speech every single time you hit the platform.  On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Show, we are so fortunate to be joined by one of the greatest stage performers in this industry…Hall of Fame speaker, Joel Weldon! For over 40 years Joel has been one […]

Engaging your Audience in The Epic Keynote with Sarah Hilton

By Jane Atkinson

  Today, The Wealthy Speaker Podcast is being brought to you by The Wealthy Speaker Book Bundle.  Do you have the right tools to build the speaking business of your dreams?  This bundle includes The Wealthy Speaker Daily Success Planner and Journal, plus The Wealthy Speaker 2.0 as well as a 3-part video series on daily success habits and our Wealthy Speaker Meditation all for lowest price we’ve ever offered.  It’s time to get out […]

The Power of Community

By Jane Atkinson

They say it’s lonely at the top. Imagine this: You are a busy speaker who stands in the glow of audience appreciation for an hour out of your day, and then what? You’re eating alone in yet another hotel room or airport restaurant. Who does someone, who is put up on a pedestal, go to when they have a challenging time in their business? Nearly three decades ago, I walked into my first NSA (National […]

Body Language for the Epic Keynote with Mark Bowden

By Jane Atkinson

As a professional speaker, your body language on stage plays a big part in how the audience receives you. The way you present yourself and the movements you make, either purposefully or subconsciously, can say more at times than the words leaving your mouth. On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker podcast, we are joined by body language expert and keynote speaker, Mark Bowden. Mark is an expert in human behavior and body language and is […]

To Get More Speaking Gigs Do You Fix the Speech or Marketing?

By Jane Atkinson

A week or so ago I asked this question on Facebook about getting new speaking gigs: If you weren’t getting the bookings that you wanted, would you a) work on the speech or b) work on the marketing? I was interested to see all of the different answers and here’s my answer. It depends. I’m sorry – I know you probably wanted a definitive answer, but there isn’t one. It depends on the scenario and […]