Do you subscribe to the popular saying: “Go big or go home”?
I hear a lot of speakers saying that they want bigger audiences, be part of bigger events, speak for bigger companies — bigger everything. It’s not wrong to want these things, but is bigger always better?
Will speaking for bigger, well-known companies always be beneficial for your speaking career? Is being part of a huge event with thousands of people guarantee that thousands will listen to you?
Sometimes, smaller is better! If you want to know what that means, watch the video where I share the secret to why Bigger Doesn’t Always Mean Better.
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