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I work with speakers, consultants and experts who want to book more business, make more money and fully monetize their intellectual property.

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After a positive experience, 83% of customers would be happy to provide a referral--professionals aren't asking. Only 29% actually do. (Texas Tech University)

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One in four buyers want to discuss budget, authority, and timeline during the first call. (Gong.io)

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Executive buyers claim that 77% of salespeople don't understand their issues or how they can help. (Forrester Research)

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I was a raving fan from the moment I heard her speak. Lois has a fantastic way of helping speakers get really clear on what they offer and how to market it effectively. She has so much knowledge about the speaking industry and her book, Book More Business: Make Money Speaking, is a must-read for everyone considering a career in the speaking industry—it’s a practical, no-nonsense guide to getting booked as a professional speaker. If you want to book more business, I highly recommend Lois.

Mel Sherwood 
Mel Sherwood

Lois is one of the best investments I have made in my speaking education. Her game-changing process, ethics and commitment to excellence have awakened me to new possibilities and to become a smarter, more insightful and better prepared speaker.

JD Gershbein 
JD Gershbein

Jess Pettitt 
Jess Pettitt

Lois knows how speakers need to sell—plain and simple. Her tips are practical, strategic and creative. I highly recommend Lois to any speaker who wants more speaking engagements as well as to any meeting planner who needs an engaging and entertaining sales speaker.

Crystal Washington 
Crystal Washington

Patty Hendrickson 
Patty Hendrickson

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Meeting Industry Outlook – November 2022

The good news in the meetings industry continues. Knowland, meetings market intelligence gatherer, reports the US meetings and events industry has achieved an 80% (!) recovery for the fifth month in row. Further, they predict 2023 to be even bigger. The Top Five...

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Aftercare: Taking a Next Step with Clients

Aftercare: Taking a Next Step with Clients

Aftercare is defined as “subsequent care or maintenance.” When I had surgery several years ago, part of my recovery included aftercare. It involved a visiting nurse coming every couple of days to check in and perform any procedures that needed to be done. This got me...

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Meetings Outlook for 2023

Meetings Outlook for 2023

Good news for speakers! Andrea Doyle of Skift meetings gives an optimistic report on the meetings industry. Her optimism is tempered by the following real time concerns. Inflation and supply chain issues Staffing concerns at venues Geopolitical unrest Despite the...

read more

Meeting Industry Outlook – November 2022

The good news in the meetings industry continues. Knowland, meetings market intelligence gatherer, reports the US meetings and events industry has achieved an 80% (!) recovery for the fifth month in row. Further, they predict 2023 to be even bigger. The Top Five...

read more
Aftercare: Taking a Next Step with Clients

Aftercare: Taking a Next Step with Clients

Aftercare is defined as “subsequent care or maintenance.” When I had surgery several years ago, part of my recovery included aftercare. It involved a visiting nurse coming every couple of days to check in and perform any procedures that needed to be done. This got me...

read more
Meetings Outlook for 2023

Meetings Outlook for 2023

Good news for speakers! Andrea Doyle of Skift meetings gives an optimistic report on the meetings industry. Her optimism is tempered by the following real time concerns. Inflation and supply chain issues Staffing concerns at venues Geopolitical unrest Despite the...

read more