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|Dec 17, 2007 7:44 pm||Marvelous Monday Motivation||#|
|"So often, we are so concerned about the price of doing something that we overlook the cost of not doing it." --- Craig Valentine, World Champion of Public Speaking 1999|
I came across this gem this morning in an email Newsletter by Craig Valentine, one of my Mentors. He was talking about his journey of becoming a professional speaker and one phrase he used that struck a chord with me other than the above quote was "What got me here, won't get me there."
Constant self-improvement is a hallmark of a true champion. Of course all growth comes with a price tag and often it is the price tag that becomes the hurdle we can't seem to jump because we overlook the cost of not fulfilling our destiny.
Craig talked about facing the reality and making the change.
The speech is geared for speakers who want to become better speakers, but anyone can find gems in it.
Rasheed Hooda aka Mister Weirdo
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|Dec 20, 2007 6:02 am||re: Marvelous Monday Motivation||#|
|Many of the seminar establishments charge hefty fees for their programs, especially for $5k for 3 days or so. I have seen many would whip out their credit cards and pay for it. That 5k does not include, travel, food/lodging, etc.|
Many do see the value in the offering. It will benefit for those that are committed and take action on the things they learn.
I have seen one instructor started to charge a fee of $5k for 3 days for public speaking and increased to something like $10k in couple of years. Looks like there is a market for such programs. Apparently, marketing the program plays a major role.
Cheers & Joy,
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