Joel Weldon is a Hall of Fame speaker with over 3,000 paid talks on his resume. For more than three decades, Joel has served as an Idea Consultant and Sales Trainer for the world’s leading organizations and business leaders. Using his Ultimate Speaking System for entrepreneurs, Joel has personally coached and critiqued over 10,000 speakers. His specialties include public speaking, leadership, sales training, and more.
What is keeping you from your next big breakthrough? According to Joel Weldon, a business breakthrough could come at any time—your next meeting, for example, or an upcoming industry event. So, how can you ensure that you’re prepared to make an impact and achieve your goals?
With years of experience coaching business leaders on how to communicate more effectively, Joel has established a tried-and-true way to get heard. As he says, it’s all about focusing on your audience, defining your terms, and speaking in a language that engages your listeners. With this system, Joel has helped thousands of professionals boost their businesses, generate millions of dollars, and make a greater impact. Today, he’s here to share his tips for how you can achieve your next big breakthrough.
Join Dan Kuschell in this episode of Growth to Freedom as he interviews Joel Weldon, a Hall of Fame speaker and consultant, about how to boost your speaking skills and achieve your next big breakthrough. Joel shares the biggest mistakes business leaders make when speaking to an audience, his expert strategies for making a greater impact with your words, and why you should never end a presentation with “thank you.” Stay tuned for more!
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