Walk that Walk, then Talk that Talk - Speaking to Promote Your Work at Home Business

Daviyd Peterson

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Now I know that most stay at home mom's, work at home business owners and even SMB owners might think there is no way in heck you got time to run a business, work out of your home, keep a home clean and then find time to do free public speaking in front of a group of people. I can already read the emails questioning my sanity and if I took my medication today - maybe. Free public speaking.

Actually this article is not for all stay at home moms, work at home business owners and SMB owners. . . if your comfortable. Free public speaking takes preparation.

If your not comfortable, then read on and hold on tight. If you would one day like to sit in a real corner office on the 3rd floor of the building and the 3rd floor could still be on top of your home. . . read on. This is about a tool that can be used to promote your business and the general idea of promoting your business is too attract more clients, get more people knocking on your door and calling you on the phone instead of vice versa. Public speaking in DFW to promote your work at home business can do just that. . . read on.

Please, please number ONE rule in public speaking in DFW metroplex is be prepared! When you are in front of a business group a speech for this particular audience, charities a new speech for their audience, networking organizations - different speech. You need to have a speech catered to your audience or they may not know what in the heck you are talking about and you will not get invited again.

Besides the right speech and the right attitude, have in hand the following - business cards, survey forms - "What did you think of the speaker or subject" "other topics you would like to hear in free public speaking", request for more information sheets, and newsletters - if you have an electronic newsletter the subscribe to our newsletter forms. If you have a website then at the top and bottom of any form or business card have a url-link to a copy of your speech, unless you don't really want the additional traffic.

Public speaking places you in front of an audience of people who may need your services or know people that need your services. Sending letters to different organizations to inform them that you give free public speaking engagements is the best way to get appointments and increase opportunities to deliver your presentation. Our group has always come away from free public speaking engagements with 4 or more positive leads.

Now go for it - and send us an email telling us about your results to publish in our upcoming AWISMB class for learning about wireless technology.

We have a few public speaking resource links for those who need a little coaching in public speaking or have a fear of public speaking. Email us for updated links.

Daviyd Peterson: 10-year consultant, instructor, trainer Helps african american SMBs bridge the digital divide by becoming wireless Small Office Digital Offices (SODO). Free article on Home Wireless Internet Security and other related articles http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Daviyd_Peterson See a video where big time firewalls duke it out!


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