Thanks for coming to find out more about speaking at the Task Management and Time Blocking Virtual Summit 2023. At this point, you should have garnered the basics about the event from the summitteer’s perspective by reading What It Is, How It Works, and How It Applies to You. You should also understand essential concepts like the All Access Pass. But you may be wondering if you should apply to join in as s a speaker/presenter or panelist.
The virtual summit takes place on March 2-4, 2023. Anyone in the world can access the event from the Internet on their laptop, tablet or phone. Registration is free, and anyone can attend all sessions up until 12pm Eastern on Sunday March 5th, when the doors finally close. The prior two summits had 600-900 people register.
As one of over 50 speakers, presenters or panelists, you’ll be a member of the team co-producing a transformation for each “summitteer”. Our goal is ambitious: we want them to experience a change in the way they relate to their tasks, calendar and time. That requires us to provide more than information…and offer a unique, interactive experience. Along with great speakers, we are giving them live and text interactions with other attendees, interactive games, demos and quizzes, resource libraries and real-time Q&A’s with panels of presenters.
Our speakers aren’t paid, but we want them to benefit greatly from their participation. In this regard you should complete an application only after asking “Why should I apply to speak? How can I make the most of my investment in time and effort in this summit?”
To answer these questions, keep reading.
As a speaker and co-creator of this event, you’ll be asked to fulfil a few core requirements:
- To pre-record and submit a webinar-style video of 20-40 minutes in length.
- To share the event with your social media audience and provide us with a bio and head-shot to promote your involvement.
Beyond these requirements, there are a number of other options you may choose to exercise such as:
- Live attendance at the event via a panel or a solo discussion/presentation
- Promoting the event to your email lists to boost your summit listenership
- Earning affiliate revenue via All Access Pass sales
- Offering a special discount on one of your products/services
- Offering freebies/a quiz in exchange for contact information to build your email list
- Continuing your engagement with the audience after the conference is over (we have an online community to make this easy)
- Building connections to other presenters and sponsors (this can be huge)
- Offering more than one pre-recorded video
If you use these optional items skillfully, you should be able to hit some of your commercial objectives. You may also enjoy the challenge of sharing your ideas with a savvy audience as our summitteers tend to be quite experienced. It’s safe to assume they have already read lots of articles on task management and time blocking and are searching for advanced ideas, not advice directed towards novices or beginners.
In fact, we assume they are searching for a transformational experience: one which forever alters the way they relate to their calendar and their time. This is an improvement activity in which they are already engaged, but they are looking for a huge boost!
Don’t miss this special opportunity. Develop a presentation with our help by checking out the list of recommended topics. It should be in keeping with our theme of “One-Size-Fits-All Doesn’t Work. Now What?” and offer a unique angle to solving this problem.
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