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Aurora joins Kim on the podcast to talk about how you can use speaking on stage to build your business and how to get on those stages.
She shares the five things your speaker proposal must have to grab attention and get you picked to be on the stage.
As an eighth grader, Aurora was a finalist in a speech contest. She didn’t win, but that just might have been the start of her career as a communicator.
The co-author of “Get Picked: Tips, Tricks, and Tools for Creating an Irresistible Speaker Proposal,” global brands work with Aurora to get their message right, create communications programs that connect with customers, and develop marketing strategies that work.
She has years of experience leading speaker’s bureau programs and placed hundreds of speakers at local, national, and international conferences. Aurora also coaches speakers on every aspect of the speaker life, from topic development to presentation delivery.
When she’s not talking, you’ll likely find her hiking the foothills in her hometown or on the sofa watching classic movies.
Kim and Juanita continue their conversation on how to end the year strong in your business including:
Marketing. Do a review of your target market and the core message that you send to them. Is it still relevant?
Spoken & Written Delivery. Are you focusing on balancing out both skills to present a complete package?
In today’s episode, Juanita continues her training on how to use descriptive language in your writing to elevate it and make it more attractive to the reader.
Kim & Juanita continue their talk about ways to advertise and get your book out there, including your Amazon Author Page, how to use social media and understanding Amazon’s Algorithm.
In October they decided to become the Authority Gang and over the next year, they have dedicated themselves to become a force to be reckoned with as they teach, train, and support entrepreneurs in the seven key business building blocks: Authority Marketing, Sales, Communication, Networking, Social Media, Promotion, and Leadership. You will be seeing the four of them all over social media and once a month featured here on the podcast.
In the second part of this two-part series, Ryan and Kim to talk about how to grow your business intentionally and successfully. In this episode they cover why you need to grow yourself to grow your company and figuring successful habits and what are the essential tasks to do in a day.
In this episode, Kim continues to talk about the Author To Authority concept and one of the key foundational pieces which is your core marketing message. Once you have this piece in place, it makes growing your business easier and faster.
On today’s episode, Kim shares a training that she did for Staples on how to use Authorship and Authority Marketing to build a strong business fast.
She shares on the 6 Key Building Blocks, what model is best, and an introduction that you can use in most situations to generate curiosity and make the person want to learn more about you.
Shari Lueck joins Kim on this special day – the launch of her new book My Skeletons Have Names. They talk about the years of abuse, how Shari cheated death more times than a cat has lives, and how she has successfully left that behind to publish this book and make a difference in the lives of others. Shari also shares her experiences in using a team of people to help her bring this book to life.
Ryan joins Kim for the first of a two part series to talk about how to grow your business intentionally and successfully. In this first episode they cover important topics like having board meetings with yourself, proper boundaries as a leader, and the importance of your tribe/community.
Kim & Juanita talk today about ways to advertise and get your book out there, so that it builds your business instead of boxes of books sitting in your garage. The share about changing the way you see the book into one where it is a tool that use. They also talked about how to use free promo sites, Facebook groups, your email signature Goodreads groups and an Amazon Idea List to gain attention for your book.