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Claim the Stage is a podcast for women who want to learn more about the art of public speaking and speaking up in life. Hosted by Angela Lussier, an award-winning professional speaker, seven-time author, and CEO + founder of the Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women. Past guests include Seth Godin, Dorie Clark, Vanessa Van Edwards, Josh Shipp, Alexandra Franzen, and more. Learn more about joining a speaking club: www.speakersisterhood.com

Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women Angela Lussier

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Claim the Stage is a podcast for women who want to learn more about the art of public speaking and speaking up in life. Hosted by Angela Lussier, an award-winning professional speaker, seven-time author, and CEO + founder of the Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women. Past guests include Seth Godin, Dorie Clark, Vanessa Van Edwards, Josh Shipp, Alexandra Franzen, and more. Learn more about joining a speaking club: www.speakersisterhood.com

    Ep 156 How to Create High Quality Speaker Assets with Suz Chadwick - Part 3 of The Branding Series

    Ep 156 How to Create High Quality Speaker Assets with Suz Chadwick - Part 3 of The Branding Series

    Welcome to part 3 of The Branding Series! Speaker Assets...what are they? They're things like your website, your highlight reel, your social media profiles, etc. Basically they are the things event planners look at when trying to determine your credibility and brand. If you want to create some for yourself or improve the ones you already have, today's episode is for you. My guest is Suz Chadwick, a BOLD Business, Branding & Speaker Coach. With over 10 years as a brand consultant working with global brands as well as soloprenuers, Suz knows what works when it comes to creating a business & personal brand to connect and stands out. Suz is also the author of Play Big, Brand Bold, host of the popular Brand Builder's Lab podcast and the creator of Brand Builder's Academy, The Bold Speaker's Collective & Brand Leader's Lounge. 

    On today's episode, we discuss:


    Why speaker assets are important and where speakers go wrong
    The most common speaker assets event planners look for and how to create them
    What you should have on your speaker page to be taken seriously
    What you can build with no budget (it's more than you think!)
    The value of testimonials and how to use them correctly

    Learn more about Suz Chadwick 




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    • 35 Min.
    Ep 155 Build Your Brand Through Podcasting with Case Lane, Part 2 of The Branding Series

    Ep 155 Build Your Brand Through Podcasting with Case Lane, Part 2 of The Branding Series

    Have you ever thought about creating your own podcast? Or maybe you would like to be a guest on someone else’s podcast. If you’d like to build your brand through the explosive power of podcasting, look no further. Today’s guest is Case Lane. Case is a global writer, podcaster, entrepreneur, traveler, and the founder of Ready Entrepreneur. After a successful book promotion podcast tour, Case developed an approach to help professionals, writers, entrepreneurs and other public speakers understand and navigate the growing podcast industry as guest speakers.

    We discuss:


    why podcasting is a good place to show up if you are trying to build your brand
    how to find podcasts to pitch if you can’t afford an expensive PR agency
    how to write a pitch to be a guest on someone’s podcast
    how to prepare for an interview
    what to talk about to get the most out of the interview
    how to be a valuable guest after the show

    Learn more about Case Lane and her book and podcast


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    • 31 Min.
    Ep 154 WTF Is Branding with Maggie Bergin, Part 1 of The Branding Series

    Ep 154 WTF Is Branding with Maggie Bergin, Part 1 of The Branding Series

    Today’s episode kicks off our four-part branding series. Branding became a hot topic around 10 years ago when the concept of creating a “personal brand” became more important. My goal in creating the series is to get you thinking about how you are showing up in the world, what you are known for, and how you can amplify your brand message and reach more people through a variety of marketing and communications methods. My first guest is Maggie Bergin. Maggie is a brand strategist on a mission to eliminate brand vagueness for womxn-owned businesses. She helps consultants, freelancers & side-hustlers build cohesive, irresistible brands by turning zones of genius & personalities into precise and compelling reasons for clients to hire you. Maggie wants womxn in business to BE UNDERSTOOD so their client lists and incomes grow.

    *Warning: This episode is not suitable for children*

    We discuss:


    How Maggie defines branding and why it's important
    What "brand vagueness" is and why we should avoid it
    What makes a brand cohesive and irresistible
    Examples of good and bad brands
    The six questions you should ask yourself when trying to determine your brand
    How to know if your brand is good or if it sucks

    Learn more about Maggie

    Follow Maggie on Instagram @beunderstoodbranding


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    • 38 Min.
    Ep 153 The Four Steps to Transform Fear of Public Speaking Into Confidence with Billie Shepard

    Ep 153 The Four Steps to Transform Fear of Public Speaking Into Confidence with Billie Shepard

    Instead of trying to crush your fear (whatever that means), why not use it to build confidence? On today's episode, you'll learn how to do this using The Billie Shepard Presentation Method. Twenty years ago Billie founded Billie Shepard & Associates, leveraging her acting experience and unique training methods into the business arena; transforming corporate speakers into influential leaders. Her clients include Facebook, Uber, Intuit, and Rackspace. She is the author of The Billie Shepard Presentation Method, describing her methods and participant breakthrough stories of success, recently launched on Amazon.

    On today's episode we discuss: 


    The four steps in Billie's method and how to apply them: Body, voice, improvisation, intention
    How to transform your fear into energy and confidence
    The biggest mistakes speakers make and how to fix them
    Uncommon advice Billie offers

    Learn more about Billie Shepard

    Get The Billie Shepard Presentation Method on Amazon

    • 40 Min.
    Ep 152 Asking for What You're Worth: The Money Episode with Caleb Guilliams

    Ep 152 Asking for What You're Worth: The Money Episode with Caleb Guilliams

    Today's episode was supposed to be focused on how to ask for what you're worth as a speaker, but we ended up talking about much more! Our conversation covers speaking, money, and what my guest has learned about both. Caleb Guilliams founded the company BetterWealth, authored the best-selling book "The AND Asset", hosts the Better Wealth Podcast, and speaks to thousands around the world.  He is a fascinating twenty-something who is changing the face of finance and sees each speaking engagement as a strategic networking opportunity and a chance to build his brand. Listen in as he shares his story of getting into the field of finance, how he charges for speaking engagements and leaves a lasting impression, what he does to make the most out of every time he's on stage, and what he has learned about using public speaking to build his company. 

    Take his BetterWealth financial assessment and find other free tools here. 

    • 37 Min.
    Ep 151 Simplify Speech Prep with a Speech Framework with Mridu Parikh

    Ep 151 Simplify Speech Prep with a Speech Framework with Mridu Parikh

    Ever sat down at your computer to write a speech and then found yourself still sitting there an hour later with nothing written? You, my friend, are in need of a speech framework! My guest today is Mridu Parikh and she goes over the simple steps to create a speech that is simple to put together, easy to remember and even easier to present. Mridu is a productivity speaker and coach who helps high achieving women skyrocket their time and energy while squashing overwhelm. She is also the best-selling author of "Accomplish It: 7 Simple Actions To Get The Right Things Done And Achieve Your Goals."

    We discuss what gets in the way when we try to write a speech, the system she uses, and how she makes it easy for her audience to remember the key points in her speech. If you struggle with writing and remembering your speeches, this episode is for you! 

    Get Mridu’s FREE resource: 21 Killer Hacks To Stop Feeling Overwhelmed

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