The Difference Between a Media Sheet and a Speaker Sheet - Part 2 by Orly AmorThe Speaker Sheet

{7 minutes to read}  As I said in my previous blog there’s a science behind the speaker sheet.

The Speaker Sheet contains much of the same information as the media sheet, except for all the media-based items. There is no need for them, as event planners are not as impressed by the fact that you were on Fox News or the cover of the Huffington Post magazine. They just don’t care about the fact that you met Sr. Richard Bronson or Oprah. Read More


The Difference Between a Media Sheet and a Speaker Sheet - Part 1 by Orly AmorThe Media Sheet, the Speaker Sheet and the Press Kit are often confused, with the terms frequently used interchangeably. They are actually very different from one another and are used for different purposes. Read More


The 6-Second Miracle by Orly Amor{4:18 minutes to Read}  Most people give up too easily and miss what could be a big reward or big pay-day.

I hear it all the time “I don’t like Selling.” But let’s face it, whether we sell our product to a potential buyer, our services to a potential client, or ourselves to other people to build relationships, we sell all day, everyday. The truth is, it’s not so much that we don’t like selling, as much as it is that we don’t like rejection. Read More


The Key to the Business of Public Speaking by Orly Amor{3:42 minutes to read} Every business needs a business plan, which outlines the vision or mission of the business. The business plan contains a revenue projection and identifies any competition that might be in the marketplace. Read More


Public Speaking: The Money is There! by Orly Amor{3:06 minutes to read} About 5 years ago, I was at a conference and ran into a couple of public speaker colleagues. As we chatted, I mentioned that I had been paid for my speech. “You got paid? How did you do that?

What many speakers don’t realize is that they can make good money giving their talks. The question is, are they willing to do the work? Read More


Are You a Public Speaker? So What? by Orly AmorMost speakers fail to make money at public speaking because they don’t know how to do the business of public speaking. It does not mean that they are bad speakers. They could be very good at delivering and have a great message. Read More


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