Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous
By Penny Haslam
How to power up your profile and get known for what you do
Three great reasons to buy Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous
Do you see others getting out there, attracting the kind of attention you wish you could get?
If so, you need to Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous! Jam-packed with stories, advice, case studies and encouragement.
In today's noisy marketplace, it's crucial you find ways to get noticed.
But do you shy away from the spotlight for fear of feeling like an idiot or looking like a show-off?
Penny shares pro-tips on:
Getting on TV and radio and acing your appearances. Bossing it as a speaker and when you present. Shining when you take part in or chair a panel discussion.
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Steph McGovern, Broadcaster
"Quite simply the best advice to help you attract attention for your business or career."
Paul McGee, Sunday Times Best Selling Author
"Practical, digestible and deliverable ideas to help raise your profile and increase your success."
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"The information in this book would cost you a fortune if you were getting this advice in person."
"The funniest and most important read of the year!"
"It’s packed with useful tips. Get a copy if you need to raise your profile."
"Packed to the rafters with valuable information and techniques."
"Penny is such a fun writer! It turns out anyone can be a little bit famous."
"Wow! A great book to make impact in your work, career and life!"
"Brilliant book, can’t recommend it highly enough."
NEW from Penny Haslam! Panel DiscussionsThe ultimate guide to moderating and appearing on panel discussions
- Prepare for success and drive a dynamic panel discussion, as a moderator.
- Confidently share your expertise and insight as a relatable and memorable panellist.
- Engage your audience and speak so people listen, both from the stage and through the camera lens.
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