In case you haven't heard me say enough, I love hosting interactive live events for entrepreneurs. It truly allows me to witness a group of people coming together for one goal.
Needless to say, there are ups and downs through the prep process, but I always come out re-energized & so proud of my community’s engagement.
You might say, “Live events? Wow, that’s so old school!”
I totally get it. In this age, trust and genuine connections can just be established over the internet.
But I have news for you. There is a trend that many are already talking about in certain entrepreneur communities this year that you don’t want to ignore:
Online businesses, especially online courses & info products, i.e. group coaching, have hit the fatigue point.
Do you know what this means?
It means people are looking elsewhere for more “hands-on” experience to solve their problems to attain true transformations. So, servicing “1 on 1” is becoming sexy again. Building a community where people can show up & share their thoughts is making a comeback. Some are ditching their online courses & starting to provide in-person, 1 on 1 experience.
This is all happening right now.
See, this is not a “flavor of the month” kind of trend. This can easily last as long as “make money online” lasted.
This is the reason I chose the topic of “How to Captivate Your Audience Through Public Speaking & What Not to Do on Stage” for my Meetup group this month. I wanted to arm my Meetup members with effective public speaking skills so that they can attract more customers by sharing their experience and expertise with confidence.
I’m not an expert in this area. Luckily though, I knew who was.
Tricia Brouk, podcaster of “Big Talk,” award-winning film director, and the host of “Speaker Salon,” lives & breathes coaching professionals who want to give “fearless, ovation-worthy” talks.
I’ve asked Tricia to help my members master the art of public speaking so that they don’t have to go through endless trial & error to get where they need to be.