You no longer have to be a member of National Speakers Association (NSA) to subscribe to Speaker Magazine. It’s good news for any learning professional who aspires to become a professional speaker, or for those who desire to learn more about professional speaking. NSA has lifted the membership requirement for its most informative publication.
Past Examiner reports, including Organizations for learning professionals-NSA, NSA reports speaking opportunities rising, and Age or gender will not prevent you from becoming a professional speaker have reported information from NSA but not the ability to provide readers with the content links. Now you can read those articles.
NSA was founded by Cavett Robert. Its founding belief was of an association where members would help each other become better. Instead of preventing competition, It encouraged it. Robert specifically rejected the theory of a limited pie of speaking engagements. He championed the idea that speaking opportunities would expand as more people became proficient in the art of speaking. It’s a mission that still animates NSA.
Speaker Magazine furthers that mission. It features articles on all aspects of professional speaking. Profiles of working speakers with specific tips on how those speakers became successful are also included.
This is very good news and demonstrates NSA’s commitment to speaker development. It may also be just the right gift ideas for that trainer, teacher or speaker friend on your gift list.
Originally posted on examiner.com – November 27, 2012