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Guest Speaker: David Avrin, CSP, Global Speaking Fellow
Here is the uncomfortable truth: Most speakers starve. Making money as a paid speaker is NOT about: Following your passion, living your truth, sharing your authentic self, lighting someone's fire, Blah, blah, blah...
Getting hired (and paid) to speak, IS ABOUT using your knowledge, passion, skills and experience to solve a problem an organization is willing to pay to solve…and then marketing the heck out it! (If you follow your passion and speak your truth as well…all the better!)
In this candid, no-holds-barred session, successful international speaker, David Avrin CSP, Global Speaking Fellow, shares the outbound marketing and sales strategies and tactics his team uses to pitch him to organizations and meeting planners around the world. From researching lists and crafting pitch letters, to CRM systems, virtual staff and strategic follow-up, David shows you how he and his team survived the downturn and work to fill his calendar with paid speaking gigs.
About the SpeakerOne of the most in-demand customer experience and marketing keynote speakers and consultants in the world today, David Avrin delivers wisdom to clients and audiences. With a surprisingly relatable, conversational and very entertaining style, David delivers profoundly insightful and hard-hitting content to business audience across a broad range of industries and categories.
His message and timely lessons on creating, delivering and promoting competitive advantages have been enthusiastically received by audiences around the world.
A former CEO group leader, and executive coach with the world’s largest chief executive organization, David has worked with thousands of CEOs and business leaders on their business brand, customer experience and competitive advantages. David Avrin is the author of the celebrated marketing books: It’s Not Who You Know It’s Who Knows You! and Visibility Marketing! His latest customer experience book: Why Customers Leave (and How to Win Them Back) was named by Forbes as “One of the 7 Business Books Entrepreneurs Need to Read.”