Podcast Ep. 124 Lisa Braithwaite: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 4

"Everything that goes wrong on stage is a teachable moment." -Lisa Braithwaite On today's installment of the Guest Mentors Summer Series, you'll hear from Lisa Braithwaite. Lisa is a speaking coach, trainer, and author of "Presenting for Humans: Insights for Speakers on Ditching Perfection and Creating Connection." She mentors entrepreneurs and professionals to create memorable and … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 124 Lisa Braithwaite: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 4

Podcast Ep. 123 Susan Lindner: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 3

Susan is the only person I've met who, like me, gave 500+ free talks before realizing this could be a potential revenue stream and career path. We're soul sister speakers with a lot of good karma. 🙂 On today's installment of the Guest Mentor Summer Series, I interview Susan Lindner. Susan is a Cultural Anthropologist, … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 123 Susan Lindner: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 3

Podcast Ep. 122 Amber Hurdle: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 2

Do you consider yourself to be a bombshell? In episode two of the Guest Mentors Summer Series, Amber Hurdle will redefine what a "bombshell" is and why you want to be one.  Amber Hurdle, author and speaker, creates content-rich experiences to sharpen personal, employer and business brands. A former teen mom turned powerhouse business woman, … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 122 Amber Hurdle: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 2

Podcast Ep. 121 Lois Creamer: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 1

Lois Creamer says the goal of a professional speaker is to be memorable, create takeaways that are doable, and to be creative in the approach. So...how do you do this? In part one of the Guest Mentor Summer Series, we explore all this and more! Lois Creamer is a recognized industry expert working with speakers … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 121 Lois Creamer: Guest Mentor Summer Series Part 1

Podcast Ep. 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Anxiety be gone! Have you ever signed up to give a presentation, and in the days or weeks leading up to it, regretted ever putting yourself in that situation? If so, you're not alone! Many speakers experience intense feelings of anxiety, fear, worry, and stress for varying amounts of time before they take the stage. … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Podcast Ep. 117: Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman

On today's episode, I interview Jill Salzman, founder of The Founding Moms, where she helps mom entrepreneurs build better businesses. She's a two-time author, co-host of Inc. Magazine’s top-rated entertaining business podcast, Breaking Down Your Business, TED speaker, and serial entrepreneur. We discuss how to take a topic you speak and write about and turn it … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 117: Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman

Podcast Ep. 116: How to Turn Your Life Experiences Into a Speaking Business with Josh Shipp

How do you turn your life experiences into a speech and then a passion-fueled business? In today’s episode, I interview Josh Shipp, an author, speaker, and global youth empowerment expert renowned for the documentary TV series on A&E. He has written two national bestsellers to date, “The Grown-Up’s Guide to Teenage Humans” and “The Teen’s … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 116: How to Turn Your Life Experiences Into a Speaking Business with Josh Shipp

Podcast Ep. 115: How Public Speaking Can Expand Your Time with John K Coyle

Today's episode is mind bending and eye opening. I hope you've had your coffee! My guest is John K. Coyle, #TheTimeGuy. John is a world leading expert in innovation and Design Thinking, and best-selling author of Design For Strengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team Strengths (2018) and The Art of Really Living Manifesto … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 115: How Public Speaking Can Expand Your Time with John K Coyle

Podcast Ep. 112-114: The Top Five Secrets to Becoming a Paid Speaker Mini Course

In these three short episodes, you'll learn the secrets to becoming a paid speaker. These episodes are taken from Angela Lussier's video series that feature: Video #1: This video will give you: the chance to see how what you care about could become a marketable workshop or keynote the two key questions you need to … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 112-114: The Top Five Secrets to Becoming a Paid Speaker Mini Course

Podcast Ep. 111: Seth Godin on Public Speaking, Fear, and Business

Seth Godin needs no introduction, but for those of you who want details, Seth is the author of 18 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He’s also the founder of the altMBA and The Marketing Seminar, online workshops that have transformed the work of thousands … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 111: Seth Godin on Public Speaking, Fear, and Business

Podcast Ep. 110: How to do Anything with Mark Metry

This episode was originally supposed to focus on Mark's transition from shy and socially anxious to top 100 podcaster and speaker, but the episode took on a life of its own very early on in the conversation. I decided to name it "How to do Anything" because by the end of it, I was pretty … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 110: How to do Anything with Mark Metry

Podcast Ep. 109: Q&A Episode

To everyone who submitted questions over the last several months, thank you! I used five of them in today's episode. If you have a question you want addressed on an upcoming Q&A episode of the podcast, email me at angela@speakersisterhood.com. Here are the questions and the time they appear on today's show: 1. Who are … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 109: Q&A Episode

Podcast Ep. 108: Four Ways to Look and Feel Powerful, Confident and Relaxed While Speaking

It's not just what you say, it's how you say it. Did you know body language is 55% of what your audience is judging when they're deciding if they like and trust you? When it comes to the way you present yourself, you want to make sure you're paying attention to it -because it matters. … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 108: Four Ways to Look and Feel Powerful, Confident and Relaxed While Speaking

Podcast Ep. 101: Top Five Questions I Get About Professional Speaking

Time to register for Speaking School! Speaking School for Women is back and it starts this Monday, October 1st. I've been getting lots of questions from women who are interested in taking the course and I thought I'd address them here, in case you're asking yourself the same things. Speaking School is a live, 6-week … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 101: Top Five Questions I Get About Professional Speaking

Podcast Ep. 94: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 6

Looking back at my five-week speaking tour. In the final episode of the Tales from the Road mini-series, Lenore Braun, club director of the Speaker Sisterhood, and Amber Ladley, creative director of the Speaker Sisterhood, interview me about my reflections, lessons, embarrassing moments, and advice for other speakers interested in planning a tour. Thirteen days … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 94: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 6

Podcast Ep. 92: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 5

I'm public speaking on a public speaking podcast. So meta. As I was thinking about this week's episode, it occurred to me that there was one major piece missing from the series so far: the speech I've been giving on the tour! Monday night, I setup my podcast mic in the event space and recorded … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 92: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 5

Podcast Ep. 91: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 4

A conversation with public speakers. On today's episode of Claim the Stage, you'll hear an impromptu conversation between some serious public speakers! We put together a little roundtable to share stories, tips, and what still surprises us. Featured on the episode: Bobbie Carlton, founder of Innovation Women Kit Pang, founder of BostonSpeaks Brenda Loan Baker, … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 91: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 4

Podcast Ep. 89: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 2

Week 1 brought time for reflection. Howdy! It's day 11 of the #SpeakUpTour2018 and I'm sharing what I've learned so far on the road. I feel like a band on tour now that I'm constantly traveling in the van and living out of a suitcase. It's been fun and my schedule has allowed me some … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 89: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 2

Podcast Ep. 88: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 1

We're going on a speaking tour and you're invited! If you haven't already heard, I'm hitting the road! I'm posting today's episode from Portland, Maine, the first stop on my speaking tour that we've titled #SpeakUpTour2018. I'm on a mission to empower women to speak up through a series of workshops, events, and book signings … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 88: Tales from the Road: #SpeakUpTour2018 Part 1

Podcast Ep. 78: Q&A Extravaganza!

Listeners submitted questions and I answered them! I love hearing from you! I grabbed some of the questions you've been asking over the last few months and answered them in today's episode. Have you ever wondered about the following?  How do you go from speaking for free to getting paid? What’s the best way to … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 78: Q&A Extravaganza!

Podcast Ep. 75: From Full-Time Job to Public Speaker with Shannon O’Brien

Think you're not an expert? Think again! Transitioning from full-time employment to a less traditional role like entrepreneurship, consulting, or public speaking can be a time of uncertainty and insecurity. If you’re wondering how your experience and skills translate outside of a corporate environment, look no further! On today’s episode, I interview Shannon O'Brien, founder … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 75: From Full-Time Job to Public Speaker with Shannon O’Brien

Podcast Ep. 62: More Stories from Speaking School

Let's go behind the scenes! What happens behind the doors of the Speaking School for Women? Funny you should ask! On today's episode, you get an insider's peek into what it's like to take part in this course. I interview three women who graduated from the speaking school and you'll find out their major takeaways, … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 62: More Stories from Speaking School

Podcast Ep. 60: The Million Dollar Speaker with Breanne Dyck

Do you dream of a million dollar speaking business? Look no further. Trying your hardest to build a speaking business, but still scraping by with small fees and gigs for "exposure?" If you're ready to ramp up your speaking business in a big way, today's guest will show you how. I welcome Breanne Dyck, founder … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 60: The Million Dollar Speaker with Breanne Dyck

Podcast Ep 54: How to Own + Leverage Your Experience with Karen Catlin

Do you feel awkward when it comes to promoting yourself? What about when you have to put together a professional bio? What are you telling yourself about what to say and what not to say? If you are in a constant battle with sounding credible but not audacious, or experienced but not gloating, you will … Continue reading Podcast Ep 54: How to Own + Leverage Your Experience with Karen Catlin

Podcast Ep. 35: Tales from Speaking School, Part 2

Last week, I brought you a couple of interviews with the women of my speaking school. Today, I'm bringing you conversations with three more women who have graduated from my signature course, the Speaking School for Women. You'll hear from Sandra Costello, a photographer who experienced a life changing moment that made her reevaluate everything. … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 35: Tales from Speaking School, Part 2

Podcast Ep. 34: Tales from Speaking School, Part 1

My signature program, the Speaking School for Women, is back February 21st. The school only opens twice a year and I'm often asked what the experience is like. In today's episode, I talk with a couple of the women who participated in it and ask them about their time in the school, what has happened since then, and their best advice for aspiring speakers and students.

Podcast Ep. 20: Fun Legal Basics for Speakers with Sarah Feingold

Sarah Feingold was the first lawyer and 17th employee at Etsy. Now, she's General Counsel at Vroom.com, a public speaker, and a jewelry maker. In this episode, we talk (and laugh) about the legal basics for aspiring professional speakers. This includes how to act like a lawyer when creating and reading contracts, how to be … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 20: Fun Legal Basics for Speakers with Sarah Feingold

Podcast Ep. 7: Curious About Speakers Bureaus? with Diane Goodman

In episode 7, I talk to Diane Goodman, founder and president of Goodman Speakers Bureau in Windsor, Connecticut since 1979. Diane works closely with meeting planners to secure professional speakers, entertainers, thought leaders, business leaders, authors, celebrities, and sports figures. In this episode, Diane answers all of the most common questions she receives about speakers bureaus. You’ll … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 7: Curious About Speakers Bureaus? with Diane Goodman

Podcast Ep. 5: Reassuring Wisdom from Katy Tynan

Katy Tynan is a bestselling author, internationally recognized expert on how work is evolving, and was voted one of the best motivational speakers in Boston. Katy is the author of Survive Your Promotion! The 90 Day Success Plan for New Managers, and her most recent book is Free Agent: The Independent Professional's Roadmap to Self-Employment … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 5: Reassuring Wisdom from Katy Tynan