A Dietitian's Guide to Professional Speaking: Expert Advice for Pitching, Presenting & Getting Paid!
This book has everybody talking… literally! Whether you’re an experienced presenter or just starting out, if public speaking is your ultimate high or your recurring nightmare, you’ll appreciate the incredible wealth of information, insight and intimate details!
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Get ready to grow your paycheck with the book that has dietitians talking… literally!
Whether you’re an experienced presenter or just starting out, if public speaking is your ultimate high or your recurring nightmare, you’ll appreciate the incredible wealth of information, insight and intimate details in A Dietitian’s Guide to Professional Speaking by Jessica Setnick.
The beauty of being a dietitian is there’s always something to talk about! Interest in nutrition topics is high, continuing education is always in demand, and with technology, you don’t even need to be in the same time zone as your audience!
But how do you get people to pay for your talks when they can get information online for free – or worse, another dietitian who doesn’t ask to be paid!?
Jessica Setnick faced this exact situation and came out on top, and now she’s written a book to help you do the same. She shares all her methods and secrets with you while somehow entertaining you at the same time – in fact it’s a lot like listening to her at a dietitian workshop. If you’re wondering why she would create her own competition, it’s because Jessica doesn’t think that way. According to her, every dietitian has something to say, and the more of us out there, the better we make the world.
So what will you get with the A Dietitian’s Guide to Professional Speaking?
- First, you’ll create your Unique Speaking Platform.
- Then it’s on to Publicity & Marketing, where she details each marketing item and what it should (and shouldn’t!) contain.
- Your next lessons are on Pricing, Pitching & Negotiating Fees, with exact words to say and in what order, including how to overcome your fear of rejection.
- Then you’ll get to Logistics, Contracts, Planning Your Own Events, Conference Proposals, Presenting on the Road, Preparing Your Content, Planning What to Wear, Presentation Problem-Solving, Performance Anxiety, Presentation Follow-Up, Pursuing Payment, Evaluations… Basically everything Jessica learned through trial and error to get through the entire speaking process from beginning to end with dignity intact and the highest fee possible.