NSA-NYC Best Practice Share/Speaker Insights
Hello!

We'd love to give you the opportunity to speak at one of our upcoming meetings!

If you have an app, a book, a system, a program or any other type of hack that you have found helpful in your business, we'd love for you to share it with other members. Doesn't have to be Rocket Science just something that might help another member.

We'll be giving you the mic for 2 minutes  to share what you've learned and how it's helped you. (Could even be something your learned at an NSA meeting or event!)

Unfortunately, this is NOT an opportunity to promote your own book or program.

SOME EXAMPLES:

Newly certified yoga instructor @Anne Ryan led the group through a heart-focused breathing practice designed to reduce stress and increase performance & resilience

Media and business speaking author, @Jess Todtfeld shared how to close business with a CRM system
Social psychologist @Owen Fitzpatrick shared how batching his podcasts and social media posts allows him to work more effectively

Cleaning business strategist @Ralph Peterson described how podcasting helps him build his audience and find new clients.

LinkedIn strategist @Joe Apfelbaum told a story about how he truly connects with his audience and builds business on social media with…you guessed it…stories!

Lou Diamond spoke about creating a 10 minute prospect meeting.

Beth Granger spoke about creating LinkedIn cover stories.

Mike Goldman shared his Daily journaling of outcomes and wins

We'd love to hear from you. We will be reviewing the responses and contact you ASAP about presenting at an upcoming event!

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What's the Tip or Trick you would like to share? (BTW. Though new ideas will have priority, it's okay if it's something that has been shared already and you have also found it useful or have a new twist on it.)
How has it helped you and/or your business? You can talk about the benefits as well as the features. (Emotional & Logical reasons it's helped you)
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