I continue to be a member of NSA because of the friends and colleagues I have met. They can relate to this unique profession and offer insight on how to make it work. We share mistakes and celebrate successes with each other.
I am more me when I am with NSA.
…If you have a great message that you want to get out the world and make money in the process, there is no better place to be…
The National Speakers Association cut years off my learning curve. NSA is the place to be if you are a thought leader who wants to want get into or stay in the speaking profession.
…it felt like I was surrounded by friends who wanted not only to meet me, but do everything they can to help me succeed.
For me, the ROI was found in the impromptu ‘hallway conversations’ with old friends and new friends in the NSA family.
Joining NSA was the best career move I ever made. Without NSA, I believe I would still be trying to find my way. My mind is always stretched and the unforgettable experiences will last a lifetime.
Joining NSA and cultivating real friendships with other speakers at your experience level can be the ‘Fast-Pass’ to success.
Being a member of NSA has shaved YEARS off my learning curve. I would not be a successful speaker today if it wasn’t for this organization and its members!
I would pick up the phone to the Nation Speakers Association. I would find out how I can volunteer; get involved; introduce myself; find out where my local chapter is. These are my people. They have become my community, and some of the most generous and knowledgeable people on earth I’ve met there. So, that’s where I’d start – the National Speakers Association!