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How much do you value yourself? Think about it. You value and invest in so many material things: clothes, car, home, etc. They are all a part of your overall budget and they are important. They make us comfortable, but in comparison to these “things” how much do you invest in yourself? How much value do you place on your spiritual and overall growth as a person who is confident in who they are and whose they are.
I don't know about you all, but when I hear the name Eric Thomas aka ET The Hip Hop Preacher, the very first thing I think of is "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful". This weekend I realized that wanting it badly is just the prelude to the work it takes to get it.
As a speaker, your first responsibility is to see your craft as a business, especially if you intend on making a living from it. Your second responsibility is to avoid being a part of the status quo, especially because a recent study by the University of Scranton suggests that only 8% of people actually achieve their goals. To avoid being part of the 92%, here are four tips to help you achieve your goals. (Click Title To View Full Article)
Name any one of your favorite public speakers, past or present, and I bet they have written at least one book during their careers. No matter what your expertise or industry, writing a book can quite literally change the trajectory of your speaking business. Here are 5 reasons why every speaker should focus their efforts on authoring at least one book during their speaking career.