Speak and Stand Out with Laurie-Ann Murabito

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Here’s How To Overcome The Time Objection

On a recent discovery call (sales call) a potential client said she wasn’t sure if right now was the right time.   Has someone ever used a version of “time” as their reason for not wanting to move forward with you? “When the kids go back to school…..” “When I know what the future looks

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03 Why To Pick A Platform To Build Your Business On

Call it a platform, stage or a soap box but you need some way to stand out for your audience to see and learn from you. To turn prospects into clients they need to find you and that’s where your stage or platform comes in. In this episode, we will discuss the various types of

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the perfect livestream


Whether you livestream on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc here are the steps to have a great, easy livestream. ? Look directly into the camera (and not at yourself). This will help you connect with those watching you live or on the replay to feel like you’re talking to them and not looking away. ? Tell

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How Your Coach Is Your GPS….helping you avoid traffic

How on earth did we all manage to get around without a computerized voice telling us where to go literally every step of the way? Turn right in 500 feet! Not too long ago, I was driving to my sister’s house for my nephew’s birthday BBQ in RI, just outside of Providence. I’ve travelled to

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So, You’re Wondering… What Does a Business Coach Do?

To start with, a big part of my job as a business coach involves education. Like most business owners, I find myself continually reinforcing my platform by teaching colleagues and potential clients all about what I do. It’s pretty tough to imagine marketing myself without a clear understanding and demonstration of my business’ value, and

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3 Secrets to Finding Speaking Events

Last week I attended a 25th wedding anniversary party. While some faces were familiar, a whole lot of them weren’t. Connecting with friends and family was great and the laughs were even better. The room was filled with all types of people: business owners, teachers, government employees, healthcare professionals, students, retirees, young parents, and more.

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How to Pitch Yourself as the Speaker and get Noticed

You’ve heard me shouting from the rooftops—and onstage—about how public speaking is the best (and I mean the best) form of marketing for your business. There are so many opportunities for you to shine as a speaker, but what do you do once you find an event? How do you get eyes (and ears) on

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