SpeakerNet News Teleseminars

Mastering the Two Critical Elements
of Success in Speaking

Don HutsonGuest Expert:

Don Hutson, CSP, CPAE
(About Don)

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The Program:

Have you ever wished a sage would share helpful wisdom garnered from a highly successful 30-year career in speaking, training and consulting? Don will discuss what makes the most significant differences in our quest for success in our ever-changing marketplace. The focus will be on both content and marketing, and what we should do to stand out from the crowd. Join us to learn his principles of differentiation that will help you prosper.

Don’t miss this teleseminar featuring a 30+ year veteran speaking professional. Don has given over 5,000 talks in 14 countries and is recognized as “America's Foremost Authority on Selling Value.”

You will learn:

  • What you can do to differentiate yourself from your competitors
  • How your content can make you stand out
  • What marketing efforts work best in the current marketplace
  • How to adapt what's worked for Don for your own business

More about our guest expert:

Don Hutson’s careers in speaking, management and sales have brought him many honors. He successfully worked his way through the University of Memphis, graduating with a degree in Sales. After becoming the #1 salesperson in a national training organization, he established his own training firm and shortly thereafter was in demand as a professional speaker.

Since then Don has addressed over two-thirds of the Fortune 500 Companies and is featured in over 100 training films. He is Chairman & CEO of U.S. Learning and makes some 85 speaking appearances per year.

Our speaker is the author of The Sale and The Contented Achiever, and is a member of the prestigious Speakers Roundtable.

Don was elected by his peers to the presidency of the National Speakers Association, and he has received its “Cavett Award,” as member of the year. He is also in NSA’s Speakers Hall of Fame.


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