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Star Making: How to Skyrocket
Your Career from Good to Phenomenal

John AzzaroGuest Expert:

John Azzaro
(About John)

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The Program:

Your career is going along fine, yet you haven’t had that “big break”you would like. You’re making steady progress, but want a quantum leap. Wouldn’t it be great if you had a manager — like entertainers do — to help guide your career? John Azzaro has taken what he learned working with entertainers and applied it to speakers like Dewitt Jones, Captain Gerald Coffee, Matt Weinstein, Alan Parisse, Jim Cathcart, Jeff Salz, Bert Decker, and Joan Brock, to name a few. He shares what he’s learned in working with them to help catapult their careers.

You will learn:

  • The seven key building blocks critical to all highly-successful speakers’ careers
  • The most common mistakes speakers make
  • How to turn these mistakes around
  • What changes made the biggest impact in the shortest time
  • What John did to help build such phenomenal careers for these speakers

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About our guest expert:

John Azzaro’s business career spans more than 30 years and includes marketing and management responsibilities at TIME/LIFE, several major advertising agencies, ten years in the entertainment industry working with performing and recording artists, and co-founding a record label.

His lifelong love of listening to speakers and his experience with managing artists, together with concert event promotion, publicity and sales work, contributed to the establishment of Great Speakers!, a speakers bureau and lecture management organization begun in 1991.

Great Speakers has focused on consulting and coaching speakers who want to “jump start” their career or move to a higher level. Knowing the tricks of the trade on how to reach speakers bureaus, how to create the most effective marketing materials and products for sale, etc., can be shortcuts to success.

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