Virtual delegation and the speaking tour
Each spring for the past 3 years, I’ve gone on a promotional speaking tour for Y’all Connect. I speak at a number of groups across the Southeast for free, giving 30- to 60-minute talks on communication issues.
I’m extending that to this fall. The gospel of Y’all Connect depends in a large part on my time on the road.
It works out great: I like to give presentations, and groups need a great speaker.
I’m getting a little help putting together my itinerary this time.
Reading through “The 4-Hour Workweek” [aff. link] again, I’m ready to put a virtual assistant to work. (I’m going to re-read this book once a year, because it’s that helpful in advice and strategies.)
My assistant will compile a list professional groups related to marketing, public relations, business development, social media, blogging, technology and advertising across Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida Panhandle. She will reach out to the groups and book as many dates as we can cram onto the calendar.
I’m also going to have her help with blog research and other tasks, but this is the first step in getting a longer tour under way while leaving me time to prepare presentations and work on other projects.
If you need a speaker for a group meeting or a company function, let me know. I’d love to help your organization solve its most pressing communication conundrum.
Want to book me as a speaker?
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