Start out right, right from the start.
Know where you are going before you get going.
Transform Your Speaking Business by Defining Your Niche
What would it be like for you to fill your speaking schedule?
Can you imagine a time when you have to decline a booking because you simply don’t have room to calendar it? Is it in your plan to speak only a handful of times a year at lucrative gigs so you can devote the rest of your time to being with family, or into travel, charity, service, hobbies, dream vocations?
Are you a new, re-entry or even a seasoned speaker and not seeing the results you want? If so, then this course was developed with you specifically in mind. It will be one of the most important steps and investments you can make in building your career.
In this course, Wendi McNeill, Founder & Owner of Charli Jane Speakers ® and the Live Bold & Bloom Women’s Speaker Club teaches you how to define your niche, identify your market and connect with your audience.
Today, more than ever, it’s key to be a specialized speaker who offers valuable content and who delivers huge walk-away benefits for your audience.
Find Your Audience
If you struggle with knowing who you are meant to serve, what your Niche is, or how to go about finding your audience and market, then this is an ideal course for you.
Learn how easy it is to connect with your niche and find your audience so that you can stay booked year after year serving your perfect match in an audience. Wendi takes you by the hand and walks you through the step-by-step process of finding your place, helping you carve out, claim & conquer your piece of the Speaking World
Make the commitment to work the strategies Wendi teaches you in this program and you will see definite results!
GET FOUND BY YOUR IDEAL CLIENTS & WIN THE GIGS
Inspired by Wendi’s 30+ years in business and coaching professional Speakers, this program teaches you the strategies you must know to Get Found by your ideal clients and win the gigs.
The course has 3 parts and includes video training, PDFs, audio, and workbooks.
Stop trying to be all things to all audiences. A generalist Speaker is a struggling Speaker