How to Get Started in the Speaking Business and Become Profitable Immediately
Danielle ‘D-Love’ Leslie interviews
Arel Moodie, National Speaker and Founder of Empact
Join us live online Wednesday, August 8th at 6:00pm PST/9:00pm EST
Arel Moodie went from a kid on welfare in the projects of Brooklyn to running a million dollar company because of his ability to inspire others with his message. He used his speaking to build his brand, grow his following, and it laid the foundation for his company Empact 100. Arel has spoken to over 1000,000 people in 43 states and four countries—all before his 30th birthday.
If you want to use speaking to build your brand, promote your expertise on a topic, and learn how to profit from a speaking career immediately, then you do NOT want to miss this Do Love Talk with Arel Moodie. We’ll be live during the Talk and will allow plenty of time for Q & A.
During the Talk, you will learn:
- How to give back, share your message to inspire people, and make a full time living doing it
- The already existing markets that will pay you to speak
- How to pick the best market for you even though you think your message is for “everyone”
- How to get directly in touch with decision makers of an event
- How to position yourself as an expert so that people come to you instead of you chasing them
- The most important word in the speaking profession
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Arel Moodie, known as America’s Top Young Speaker, has spoken to over 100,000 people in 43 states and four countries—all before his 30th birthday. Arel is the best selling author of Your Starting Point For Student Success, a high five lover, and has a Super Mario surprise wedding dance with over 200,000 views on YouTube because of his dance moves. Arel went from a kid on welfare in the projects of Brooklyn to running a million dollar company, and he is the Co-Founder of Empact and their flagship product is the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour. Arel also speaks to students about leadership skills and preparing for success in college. Arel has been quoted in the New York Times, USA Today, Essence, and Inc. Magazine.
Danielle Leslie is addicted to doing what she loves and created the Do Love Project to give individuals the inspiration and tools to build businesses around their passions. She previously organized and completed the national sponsored GenJuice Tour where she met with over 300 first-time entrepreneurs, co-founded a web startup helping Gen Y entrepreneurs start their first companies, completed SeedStart startup accelerator program, and helped startups build their brands online with her marketing consulting We Are BIGFISH.