The Mic Drop Podcast is Here

Don’t miss this great free resource for speakers at every level.

Mic Drop is our brand-new podcast in collaboration with 3RC. Our podcast host, Josh Linkner, interviews some of the top performers in the speaking game. Marquee names like Ryan EstisCassandra WorthyAlison LevinePeter SheahanEric Termuende, and Seth Mattison join Josh for can’t-miss episodes.

What can you expect? Every episode will be packed with value, including:

  • Proven business strategies used by the world’s top speakers and their managers
  • Practical and actionable approaches that will upgrade your career, whether you’re an absolute beginner or an established speaker
  • Unique and compelling stories from the most captivating personalities in the speaking game

Check out the show trailer here, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts so you don’t miss out on this incredible free resource.

Let’s master the speaking business together, starting now!

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If you’re a professional who presents to or teaches remote audiences over a live video meeting tool like Zoom or GoToMeeting, this course is for you.

Nothing kills a presenter’s credibility, frustrates attendees, and buries the message faster than a presenter who is hard to see, hard to hear, or who is struggling with basic technology.

This course will help you avoid all of those issues. If you implement the practical guidance in this course, your content and presentation skills will be able to shine through the screen and impact everyone in your virtual meeting. This course includes about 2 hours of materials, and then you’ll be prepared to schedule your assessment to get the Certified Virtual Presenter — or CVP — badge. Follow this link to get started https://zcu.io/g84u or go to www.vpi.institute.

7 Ideas for Virtual Event Sponsorship Revenue

There’s no denying things have changed due to COVID-19. And with that change comes new ways of doing things – including getting virtual event sponsorships!

Virtual event sponsorship is something that becomes a little more difficult to execute as the usual methods aren’t available. Sponsored banners, branded signage, face-to-face meetings, and individually named spaces are a lot harder to implement without the valuable in-person element.

Luckily, there are ways to now bring your events into the virtual space without losing current sponsorship opportunities. The online environment provides tons of ways to shift your current sponsorships and even develop new virtual event sponsorship opportunities.

7 Questions to Include in Your Virtual Post-Event Survey

You’ve done it–you’ve pulled off your first virtual event! But your job isn’t entirely done. Now it’s time to create a virtual post-event survey to hear from your audience.

Whether for in-person or virtual events, post-event surveys are an incredibly valuable tool.

Since post-event surveys are taken by people who’ve actually attended your event, they’re an extremely reliable source of information for all your future event planning activities, in all respects. They provide you with critical feedback about what worked in your event and what didn’t. That way, you can use this information to improve your next event, and so on and so on.

Whether it is in terms of the parts that worked best, areas that could be improved, or even some additions that could be a part of your future events, you can gain a ton of helpful tips from post-event surveys.

But if you want your virtual post-event surveys to really be effective, you need to ask the right virtual event survey questions. That’s why today we’re going to share seven survey questions for virtual meetings that can be invaluable in terms of gauging your audience’s opinion.

Using Attendee Avatars for a Better Virtual Event

When you hear “attendee avatars” do blue creatures from a major film come to mind? Or do you picture the audience at your next virtual event? For today’s post, let’s stick to the latter.

Now more than ever, it’s important for your virtual event to stand out. In a world where you can expect your event to be just one of many your attendees will experience in a given month, you want your event to be remembered for the right reasons.

Black Lives Matter

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We support our friends of all colors and creeds and encourage that in our business practices and in our personal lives.

Why I’m (Still) Happy with Steve Gilliland, CSP, CPAE

Steve Gilliland, CSP, CPAE: a speaker known for his storytelling, comedy, and his ability to help people Enjoy The Ride! Steve’s blueprint to life Enjoy The Ride, helps people examine where they are personally and professionally. Something we could all do right now as we get through these tough times.

Steve shares why he’s still happy and helps you reflect upon your “why” of “Why I’m (Still) Happy.” He also shares a powerful message about the love he and his wife have, and why that’s important today as we try to get through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

So gather your family around, share this video with friends and co-workers, and share on your social media channels. Pass this “Why I’m (Still) Happy” video along because everybody can use some happy. Join the “Why I’m (Still) Happy” movement by subscribing to this channel and making an inspiring comment of hope and appreciation below. #WhyImStillHappy #TogetherAtHome