Last week I was able to get a little kid-free headspace, go offline, and do some strategic planning for my business. 

I mapped out my B2B and B2C propositions and launches for the rest of 2020.

These things won’t just happen to me alone. I need knowledge, skills, and systems to be able to achieve my dream biz goals. 

But one thing has been coming up for me over the last few weeks:

‘Use what you already have’

That’s my new motto for the rest of the year.

This applies to you too!

  • You have everything you need already inside you to make things happen
  • You have the mindset, confidence, and drive to do it. It’s all in there!
  • You have a support network already at your fingertips 
  • And you already have the courses and programmes you have already paid for, not to mention the books and podcasts.

You might not need the next shiny object.

Before you buy anything else have a look at what you already have that can help you. 

With this in mind, I’m off on a little holiday this week, so rather than create another week’s worth of new content, I’ve dipped into my archives to bring you some resources you may find useful.

If you want to share your story

How to share your story. Common FAQs

6 types of stories for your content and talks

Here is a 4 step process that you can use to nail your story as a speaker

If you want to up your speaking game

Smash these three speaking blocks to be able to get visible and up your game

3 mistakes that most speakers make that impact on their delivery

Identify where you are in terms of your overall speaker strategy. You can have a look at my 7 key system here.

How to get booked for high-quality speaking engagements

If you want to learn how to become a highly-skilled AND profitable virtual speaker check out my low-cost course

If you want to land a TEDx gig in 2020/21

I am a total TED geek. I spoke on the TED stage in 2017 and have gone on to coach and train others on how to land and deliver their dream TEDx gig. I am also now a TEDx curator for TEDx Moseley. If TED is on your list (and it absolutely should be!) then here are a few resources that may help.

Download my free TEDx worthy checklist 

These are the exact guidelines myself and the speaker team is using to review the many applications we have received for TEDx Moseley!

Watch my TEDx talk

Hopefully, this will inspire you to know that you don’t need to be a polished professional to deliver a TED talk. This was the first time I had stood up in front of a room full of people in 4 years, I had an anxiety disorder and had 24 hours to prepare! If I can do it, you can do it.

How to come up with an idea worth spreading in the ‘new normal’

This blog covers some prompt questions to help you to develop an idea that will be relevant, poignant, and useful as we move into our alternate future as a result of the Coronavirus. Now is the time!

Get more support

You get instant access to my land and deliver course which includes quarterly live Q&As as well as the step by step process giving you everything you need to land and deliver a TEDx gig.

Much Love

Helen x

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