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Tall Tales Create Giant Sales:
Using Your Stories to Get More Business

Jeanne RobertsonGuest Expert:

Jeanne Robertson, CSP, CPAE
(About Jeanne)

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The Program:

Stories—they are the core of a memorable speaker’s presentation. If they are funny and make a point, they can be gold.

But even if you’ve crafted a memorable story into a home-run speech, what do you do for an encore? If the client wants you back the next year, can you come up with all-new, polished material?

Does it make sense to give away some of your best stories on YouTube and CDs? Will it prevent audiences from watching or want them to buy more?

Jeanne Robertson is the best of the best. She comes up with new material every day. And she tracks what she tells her audiences to ensure they get a new presentation every time—even if it’s every year for a decade.

Jeanne has parlayed her wit into weekly sold-out thousand-seat theater engagements, a highly rated Sirius radio show, and 4-million-hit YouTube videos.

If you don’t have a system to create and craft new material, or want to use your stories to leap-frog your business, then you need to listen to this special teleseminar.

You will learn:

  • why it’s important to be continually creating new content
  • how to capture new material daily
  • why it’s critical to log what you’ve told each audience
  • how to use your material to attract new clients
  • how strategic videos on YouTube can garner an avalanche of DVD, book, and speech sales

More about our guest expert:

Jeanne Robertson is a professional speaker who specializes in hilarious humor based on her life experiences. Speaking to thousands of people annually, she utilizes her positively funny style to illustrate that a sense of humor is much more than a laughing matter. It is a strategy for success.

You may have seen this Hall of Fame speaker being interviewed by CBS correspondent Morley Safer on “60 Minutes” or heard her daily on Sirius/XM Radio’s Family Comedy Channels or seen her YouTube clips that have had more than 13.5 million hits.


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