Category: public speaking

CHIROPRACTORS: Write and Publish Your Own Book

On There’s a straightforward, reliable way to earn at least $50,000 developing a niche book for a specialization, like chiropractic that I use in this how-to, step-by-step guide called Chiropractors: Write and Publish Your Own Niche Book (Start with a $50,000 buying base!). It starts with a pretest that will cost $550-750 or so to [...]

When giving seminars, where do do-it-yourselfers fit in?

OnThis is #4 of our 15-blog series about “How to Set Up and Market Your Own Seminar.” More details at www.gordonburgett.com or glburgett@aol.com. In the nine-classification list of seminars/workshops described in blog #3 (DEFINING SEMINARS), where does the do-it-yourselfer fit in? And in which of the nine categories is it best to first offer your [...]

8 ways where or why seminars are usually given (#3 of 15)

OnThis is a very short blog because I will discuss in much greater depth the ways that we identify (and create and present) seminars in later sections of this 15-blog series, which itself is an updating of a workbook that accompanies my How to Set Up and Market Your Own Seminar CD series that will [...]

Seminar, workshop, breakout, or a conference? (#2 of 15)

OnI created a four-hour CD program a few years back called “How to Set Up and Market Your Own Seminar.” It was comprised of three audio CDs where I explained the concept and process, plus a downloadable guidebook (workbook) on the fourth CD, in Word, that divided the program into 15 sections. As I update [...]

“How to Set Up and Market Your Own Seminar,” blog #1 of 15

OnSomewhere about seminar 200 three attendees independently asked me if I could tell them how to set up their own seminar. I was flattered–and surprised that there was nothing in print at that time about the topic, though seminars bloomed in profusion nationwide, on week nights and weekends. So I created a four-hour audio cassette [...]

2014 tax tips for writers and publishers

OnFor years I spoke about tax tips for writers/publishers in my “How to Sell 75% of Your Freelance Writing” and “Writing Travel Articles That Sell” seminars in CA. Since I often had taxfolk in the audience (even the IRS auditor I was requested to visit every six years or so), I had to keep up [...]

My buddy the Dalai Lama

OnThe self-publishing guru Dan Poynter has been a close friend of mine almost forever, at least from the time when to set type you had to lift each letter and place it. Think Ben Franklin. We were sharing some old stories by email this morning, and I thought you might enjoy one that I had [...]

Friday January 31st, 2014 in article selling, article writing, articles, e-publishing, public speaking, writing | Comments Off

Want to sell almost 100% of your NF writing?

OnThat’s the title of a three-hour program I’m offering at the San Francisco Writer’s Conference on Monday, Feb. 17, from 9-noon. I thought you might enjoy an overview of the program that all of the registered participants will receive on an all-program digital plug-in fairly soon. It’s a one-page summary of what I will explain [...]

30 key points about The Art of School Boarding

On Jim Burgett’s just-released book, The Art of School Boarding, is our newest release from Education Communication Unlimited, in both paperback (from us and CreateSpace) and in digital versions(in .pdf from us and in the respective reader versions from Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and Scribd). Here are specific ordering details, plus much more about [...]

Emceeing: How to introduce a lot of people quickly…

OnSometimes, as an MC, you are called upon to introduce a lot of people, most of whom simply must be acknowledged or their name must be mentioned. They may be sitting on the stage behind you, scattered in the audience (best if they sit at or near the front), or both. The dilemma is the [...]

Monday October 14th, 2013 in articles, editing, emceeing, party, public speaking, speaking | Comments Off