With a vision to one day be able to stay at home with my family while still contributing financially, I started a small Etsy shop from a storage closet in college. As my small business grew and that dream came true, so did my passion for helping other women who shared the desire to work from home but still do something they love. So around here, you'll find resources and tools to help you steward your home and work well.
Do you have a story to share?
Don’t exactly want to sit in an office somewhere until you retire?
Want to use your experience or expertise to impact the lives of others?
Is your dream to become a speaker and share your story?
Are you an entrepreneur wanting to build your brand and uplevel your authority by owning the mic on stage?
Sitting there with this dream and asking… now what?
I see you girl, I’ve been where you are. Today I dare you to own your story right where you are.
In this episode, I’m chatting with Public Speaking Strategist, Jessica Rasdall, to bring you all the best tips when it comes to kick-starting your speaking career.
We’re covering the steps you can take to clarify your message and start right where you are. This episode will give you everything you need to know about becoming a speaker.
Jessica focuses on helping women clarify, craft, and confidently deliver their message to the right audience so they can expand their influence. She guides them to get their transformative knowledge out into the world. If you’re a business owner, Jessica provides some really powerful insight into why speaking can be so essential to upleveling your brand.
Trust me, speaking changed the game for me, and I know it can do the same for you as well.
Jessica candidly and honestly shares the messy story that gave her a powerful message to share and put her on the path to becoming a public speaker.
When she was 18 years old, shortly after graduating high school, she made a mistake that cost the life of her best friend, and before having to spend four years in prison, she felt led to get in front of other young people her age to prevent the same thing from happening to anyone else.
She went back to her high school and spoke to the student body just before prom, sharing her story through tears. When not a single student was injured or got in trouble that year, she received dozens of phone calls from parents thanking her, and it lit a fire inside of her.
As she puts it, “If we would be brave enough to get beyond our own fears and insecurities, and if we stopped worrying about what others would think, we could physically change lives–and save lives–by sharing our story.”
Do you want to learn everything you need to know about how to take ownership of your story, find your audience, craft it into a message, and use it to impact people?
Ready to bravely own your story and confidently pitch and price yourself as a speaker?
We’ve got you, girl.
Throughout the conversation, Jessica breaks down the exact steps you need to take to hone in on the right audience, clarify your message, build your credibility, and finally stop dreaming and start doing!
Tune into learn:
Grab a journal for this one, sister. You’re going to want to take some serious notes.
After you’ve listened, let me know below: What was your top takeaway from this episode? How are you going to turn this insight into action?
Pssst! To kickstart your journey to becoming a speaker, visit thepublicspeakingstrategist.com/jordan.