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Top Tip #4 For Twenty Twelve

From: Jeff K.
Sent on: Monday, January 2, 2012 12:08 PM

To help you make 2012 your best year ever, here’s the fourth Speaker Co-op Top Tip For Twenty Twelve:


Tip #4 Use a Professional Email Address


Do you work for Yahoo?

Or Google?
Or Hotmail?

Then why are so many of you listing emails with those names on your business cards?


The Business Professionals and Event Planners you want to hire you to speak are not impressed with these email addresses.

In fact, you are diminishing yourself. They will not take you seriously. And, if they don’t take you seriously, they won’t hire you.


Professional Speakers have their own web sites and their own branded email addresses.


‘Nuff Said,




Jeff Klein


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