Yep. I know.
The thought of speaking in front of a group of people terrifies a lot of you.
But I think you need to get over it.
Because it’s one of the best ways to get more clients. And it’s a whole lot faster than selling one to one.
I was new at it once too (a long time ago) and terrified just like most people.
But I did it anyway.
And you won’t believe what happened.
I was holding a piece of paper during my talk. My hands were sweating so bad, that half of the paper completely disintegrated! It wasn’t pretty.
But my talk was good and I gained a few clients from it. Just goes to show you , you don’t have to be perfect. I always laugh when I think about that today.
So take two minutes and watch this video for some tips on how to get started.
What do you think?
Do you speak to groups to get more clients for your business? I bet you have tips to share. Please leave a comment.
If you’re not yet using this powerful marketing strategy and have a question, please leave it in the comments and we’ll get it answered for you.
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