If you’re a thought leader, an aspiring leader or just someone who wants to start telling their story, you’ve got to have all your ducks in a row.
And your ducks in this instance, are your speaker bio, your public profiles and your pitch.
While the hard part might feel like doing the speaking gig, the hard part is actually securing the gig. Especially if you’re trying to break into a competitive space.
You need your story, your expertise and your perspective to stand out in a program full of other leaders and experts.
Your pitch has to blow the socks off the organising committee for that conference.
And your bio has to have the audience making a beeline for your session.
Generic documents aren’t going to do it.
So let’s make it happen. I can help you:
My main goal is to make working with me a breeze. So it’ll go something like this!
Learn how to write a great speech through the first speeches of the incredible women elected to the Australian federal parliament – the Class of ’22.