More and more women are making an impact by starting businesses, running for office, and speaking up for what matters. Whether you want to craft a business presentation, a keynote, a workshop, or a TEDx talk, you’ll learn how to create compelling content, pitch conferences and organizations, and persuasively communicate your message to your audience. Listen in as Carol Cox, entrepreneur, and speaker, and TV Democratic political analyst, interviews and coaches purpose-driven women to shape their message, grow their companies, and become recognized as influencers in their field. Are you ready to create an impactful brand and signature talk to support your business and empower others in a transparent and transformational way to change the experience of women in business, at work, and in leadership? This is Speaking Your Brand - your place to learn how to persuasively communicate your message to your audience.
Being an Introvert and a Speaker with Katherine N. Johnson
If you’re an introvert, the thought of visibility, and maybe even the thought of public speaking, is one that you may be a little bit more hesitant to pursue.
My guest today is Katherine N. Johnson, who is a Certified Professional Coach, mentor, writer, podcaster, and speaker.
Katherine opens up about her experiences as an introvert and finding and using her voice.
Plus, we also share specific strategies that you can apply to your public speaking and thought leadership journey.
[On-Air Coaching] Visibility Strategies for 2021 with Mary Beth Simon
With many of our speaking engagements and events forced to convert to online presentations and webinars, I know that a lot of us are excited to get back to in-person speaking (hopefully sometime in the later half of 2021).
In this episode, Mary Beth, who is the founder of Niche Partnership Consulting, and I talk about what she’s doing for visibility and various strategies she can implement to leverage her visibility opportunities.
Trends in Public Speaking and Thought Leadership for 2021 with Carol Cox
Happy New Year! This is the 3rd year in a row I’ve done a trends episode for the start of the year.
You’d think after what happened in 2020, I’d shy away from projecting trends, but the trends I talked about a year ago surprisingly held up pretty well. (I recap them in this episode.)
In this episode, you’ll learn 3 trends (and action steps for each) related to format, audience, and content that you can apply to your speaking and visibility, as well as to your business and marketing strategy in gen
The 4 Types of Talks You Need as a Speaker and Thought Leader with Carol Cox and Diane Diaz [Goals & Planning Series]
I talk quite a bit on this podcast about signature talks - why you should have one and what goes into one.
Your signature talk is your foundation for your brand message and story. It showcases who you are, what you do, who you do it for, and why it matters.
In this episode, Diane Diaz and I talk about:
~4 types of talks you should have as an entrepreneur, speaker, and thought leader
~When to use each type
~My favorite type
~What the women in our Thought Leader Academy are working on
Make Better Decisions Around Business and Speaking Opportunities with Danielle Hayden [Goals & Planning Series]
How can we create a decision-making filter to determine which opportunities to say ‘yes’ to and which to say ‘no’ to?
If you are newer in your business and/or with speaking, it can be very beneficial to say ‘yes’ to a lot of opportunities because it provides you with experience and with data for future decision making.
My guest today is Danielle Hayden, who is the founder of Kickstart Accounting, Inc. where she and her team help business owners with bookkeeping, financial analysis, and edu
What Should Be On Your Financial Review Checklist with Lesley Batson [Goals & Planning Series]
This episode is 2 conversations in one.
I invited my guest and client Lesley Batson, founder of Rebel Rock Wealth, to help us with our financial review and planning as we end one year and start the next.
Lesley shares with us the areas to review as individuals and as business owners. This ends up being the 2nd half of our conversation.
The 1st half of the conversation is about an incident that happened to Lesley when she was co-hosting an online event in November which you don't want to miss.
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Full of relevant business mentorship
Carol is truly a master of her craft. The topics in her podcast cover the whole range of what entrepreneurs need to know in order to grow a successful brand. I've learned so much about how to build my core message and tell my story through her. Combined with her mission, she's so fun to follow.
My favourite podcast! Useful info in every episode
I listen to a lot of podcasts and Speaking Your Brand with Carol Cox is the most consistent for offering useful, actionable content in every episode. I learn something new (that I can actually use!) every time I listen. The content goes beyond public speaking. It has helped me refine my message and deliver it in many different formats (video and written, as well as presentations). Carol is engaging, intelligent, and generously delivers so much value in her shows. I recommend this podcast to all my friends, and I recommend it to you!
I'm so excited for this new podcast!
My iTunes Favorites now holds Speaking Your Brand podcast. I love having experts of this caliber in my earbuds every week!