You’ve heard of colleagues making millions from teleseminars and webinars. But you have yet to give one. It just seems so daunting. So much to learn. What sells? At what price? Would my clients buy? Which format is right for me and my customers? How do you set it up? Can you use the slides from your regular talks? How do I ensure attendees pay attention? How do I record the session? Can I sell it afterwards?
So many questions. You really need someone to walk you through the process in bite-sized steps so you can finally make it happen. You’ve been on the sidelines too long. It’s time to do this!
About Rebecca Morgan
- an international keynote speaker, trainer and consultant
- guest for international media (Oprah, 60 Minutes, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, USA Today, Singapore’s Straits Times)
- author of 27 books — two have sold over 200,000 copies each (verified by the publisher) and are translated into 9 languages
- creator of over 400 audio products (MP3s, CDs), webinars, teleseminars, and transcripts
- sole writer of two award-winning and money-making syndicated blogs
- writer and/or editor of two ezines, one weekly and one bi-monthly
- producer of podcasts
- principal/partner in 5 companies and two nonprofits
- a solopreneur, having no staff but outsourcing for needed expertise
- formerly retained by Microsoft as their workforce effectiveness spokesperson.
In 2009, she released 17 books and revised two others.
In the last 10 years, she’s interviewed 300 industry experts in her SNN teleseminars. She knows what works -— not only from her own experience, but from others she respects.
When Rebecca served on NSA’s national Board of Directors, President Scott Friedman crowned her the “Go-To Goddess” because of her ability to get things done well and fast. She chunks down complicated projects into very doable steps. She’s the Mistress of Manifesting because she can help create viable products/services from an idea in a very short time. She’s the Queen of Quickness for how she rapidly makes plans come to fruition. And she’s been called the Chief Noodler for her ability to thoroughly think through many options and find the best one for the desired outcome.
Visit her web site for more info on her services for corporate clients.