At The R. Shawn McBride Law Firm, PLLC and R. Shawn McBride Strategy Firm, McBride For Business, LLC, we take great pride in helping business owners achieve their dreams. One way we work with business owners is by getting our clients – from where they are to where they want to be. That may be – forming their business entity, executing on a contract, or making additional plans.
A large percentage of our clients are in the professional service industry and some of these industries utilize professional speaking as a means to get the word out about their business, much like R. Shawn McBride does (for more information, visit www.rshawnmcbridelive.com).
One resource, most professional speakers ought to consider is using the National Speakers Association – like many national organizations this one has local chapters nationwide. R. Shawn McBride is a member of the local North Texas Chapter of the National Speakers Association.
At local meetings, you will typically get to see, firsthand, an experienced speaker who will spend approximately two hours with the group analyzing and dissecting the speaking business. The speaker will discuss how they have been successful in the speaking business and will share meaningful tips and advice on how you can achieve similar success.
Just this past week, on October 8, Shawn McBride attended a meeting given by the North Texas Chapter of the National Speakers Association and saw speaker Todd Cohen. Todd spoke on sales strategies and how businesses are currently strategizing to uncover more sales opportunities. Todd’s strategies were invaluable to piecing together a strategy on how to effectively interface with customers, potential customers for our law firm, for R. Shawn McBride’s strategy firm, and for all of our clients.
If you have not been able to see how public speaking can benefit your business and how learning from other speakers and coaches can elevate your sales, I highly encourage you to truly consider whether this amazing opportunity is the right step for you.
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