August 23rd, 2017

 

Note from President: Miriam Zacharias

Speak up, stand out, make an impact!


Public speaking is the fastest way to grow your knowledge, your influence, and your base of clients. That’s not just my opinion, either.

Nearly all the 40 or so practitioners that Julia Zaslow and I interviewed in our Prosperous Practitioner Summits told us that giving talks was a game-changer for launching their careers.

 So why am I telling you this?

Because the NANP is now accepting speaker proposals for our upcoming conference in April and I want you to give serious consideration to submitting yours before our deadline of September 15th.

 Many people dread the idea of speaking in front of an audience. Jerry Seinfeld, in fact, once quipped:

“According to most studies, people's number one fear is public speaking. Death is number two. This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”

All joking aside, many brilliant nutrition professionals I know would love to share their ideas through pubic talks. Yet they wonder whether they have the competence or the credibility to be effective at it. But you cannot be either of those things until you make the commitment to speak. Just like learning how to ride a bike, you cannot ride one until, well, you start to ride one.

If you have the desire to be a speaker and a burning idea that you want to share – and want to help your peers take their understanding to a whole new level – here’s how to move forward with submitting a proposal to us… or to anyone, for that matter.

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Call for Speakers &
Pre-Conference Proposals

Deadline September 15th.

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