*Please note new meeting times and location
Friday, January 3, 2020
Doors open at 8:30 am
Business Development Program – 9:00 am to Noon
Members Only Lunch and Mastermind – 12:15 pm to 2:00 pm
There is a lot of confusing information about podcasts. Seems there are a million online courses on how to get rich with podcasting, and seminars that promise amazing levels of attention. But is all that really true? Should speakers have a podcast? Should you pursue being a guest on other people’s podcasts?
Thom Singer, CSP, began his podcast over five years ago. With over 500 episodes, he has learned a lot. It has led him to some extra speaking business and more income. But he worries about most information that he sees people giving speakers (and others) about the real power of podcasting.
If you want to know the real story about what is involved with podcasts and podcasting, come participate in this interactive session. Bring your questions and share your own wins and failures around podcasting.
Reserve your spot now, and join us for this informative program that will help you get your podcast groove on and grow your speaking business in the new year!
**Before the event, listen to one or more episodes of Thom’s “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast, which is available on both Apple.com and Thom’s website.
Links to Thom’s podcast:
After a successful career in sales and marketing, Thom Singer became a growth leadership speaker in 2009. A decade later, he has brought his high- energy presentations and action-oriented content to over 900 audiences. Thom knows that as the speaker, or master of ceremonies, he has a responsibility to set the tone for a strong conference attendee experience. Known as “The Conference Catalyst” he creates an atmosphere of fun and interaction that lasts beyond his presentation.
Thom earned his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) in 2014, and is committed to the business of meetings. He is the author of 12 books and is the host of the popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast. On his show, he has interviewed over 400 entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, business leaders, and others, with a focus on discovering how the most successful people get farther across the gap between potential and results.
At 50 years old, Thom decided to reinvent his life and make age 50 to 75 the best years of his life. This meant saying “yes” to things that scared him, and trying new things. Since that time, Thom has jumped off buildings, took up running (and lost 30 lbs), and began performing stand-up comedy.
For more information on Thom, please visit his website at https://thomsinger.com/