2021.05.19 GPS

"Get Paid to Speak" is our most anticipated and well-attended event of the year!  Intense speaker training for the novice to most seasoned speaking professional.

Every year the NSA Mountain West Chapter holds a "Get Paid To Speak" Event. It differs from the normal monthly chapter meetings in its focus and format. This is a day-long training session with top speakers sharing their success stories and insider tips.

It differs from the normal monthly chapter meetings in it's focus and format. A typical chapter meeting has 1 (or 2) featured speakers who go deep on their particular topic.

But the biggest differenceis that Paid to Speak events have a lot of different speakers who all present on one specific topic. The time for their presentation is 20 minutes. So it's a rapid fire event with a lot of energy and a lot of different perspectives.

The theme of the day is 'Getting Paid to Speak' ... so the individual topics consist of the many different things that professional speakers do to make their businesses work.

The Goal: Learn to get paid, to speak!  

Speaker LineUp

Darren Johansen
Self Service Synergy = Success

Cheryl Knowlton
Adding Sparkle to Your Virtual Presentations

Spencer Horn
Leverage Linkedin to Grow Your Speaking Business

Jennifer Lier
How to Work Build Relationships With Speaker Bureaus
and Add More Bookings to Your Business

Rob Ferre
Next Level Virtual Engagement

Michelle McCullough
Choose Your Own Adventure:
Level Up Marketing

Scott Wilhite
Self-Recorded Video:
The Secret Weapon for Introverted Speakers

Michelle Porcelli
Zero to Hero
Speak to Any Age and Not Suck!

Tyler McCulloch
How to Get Paid From Online Courses

Bart Merrell
Mining Your Stories to Multiply Speaking Opportunities

Eric Aroca
Dress With Elegance and Distinction

Mike Ganino
Branding 101:
How to Become a Certified Original

Allen Roberds
You Don't Need 100 Clients - You Need 5...

Kris Barney
Get-R-Done!
Write It, Self-Publish It, and Use It!

Kathy Loveless CSP
How to Become a Million Dollar Speaker

 Jason Hewlett CSP CPAE
The Promise to Fail