There are books and programs galore out there, and it's easy to get overwhelmed, wondering who has all the right answers in the best format that's guaranteed to work. Unfortunately, there is no easy formula, and not everything works for everybody.
Felicia Slattery proves she understands this in her book "21 Ways to Make Money Speaking" (non-affiliate link) - a quick guide through 21 different methods of creating income from your speaking. It's a short book, and at $5.97, an easy purchase decision.
The concepts she covers ranges from the obvious, "Sell Your Books", to the technological, "Virtual Workshop", to the obscure, "Teach at Your Park District", to the semi-self-promotional, "Signature Speech Solution". It's not the methods that make this book stand out, however, though all of her ideas are sound, and a couple downright innovative.
It's the process she describes, the enthusiasm tempered with experienced realism, and the diverse accounts of success within each section which make this book a terrific primer for the wanna-be professional, and a memory-jogger for the mid-level speaker needing to add streams of income to their business.
"21 Ways to Make Money Speaking" (non-affiliate link) will get you thinking, and, if you find the right "Way" for you, get you moving towards bringing in some cash for all that you offer the world. And what speaker doesn't deserve that? I'm sure, and Felicia's sure, that you deserve to compensated, well!, everytime you Speak...& Deliver.