a MUST listen for ALL speakers

All,

You really MUST listen to this podcast post from NSA if you are serious about speaking professoinally. The first part is an interview with a speakers bureau out of Dallas, TX.

http://mynsavoe.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=609842

or http://cdn4.libsyn.com/mynsavoe/april10Voe.mp3?nvb=20100822144318&nva=20100823145318&t=0668cee4c67a4d646c338

This is a fabulous post. It not only explains what I do and how a bureau works, but also about what many speakers do WRONG in their marketing. Those are just the first two interviews. Third is about sales. And more about NSA.

Susan Coates

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