How To Get On The TODAY Show

I know you… your work is amazing. When you’re with a client, owning your brilliance, you are positively electric. And yet, you’re still struggling:

  • to build that waiting list of people eager to work with you
  • to help as many people as possible
  • to grow your audience so you can grow your impact

I know that, in order to achieve all of these things, you have to stand out. You have to be the go-to expert in your field. You have to get known for what you do {and not just by people in your industry}.

That’s why I’m sharing my insider tips today about how I got to be a guest on The TODAY Show within a month of launching an online business. Because I know that if you share your insights on the right platform, it can be a game-changer for your business.

So grab a cup of tea, get cozy, and let me share with you the three things I used to get on The TODAY Show that you can use in every pitch.



Okay, so you’ve just finished watching the video and learned some insider information. Now what?

It’s time to set mini-goals for this week. 

  • Make a list of all friends and colleagues to reach out to. Sift through old emails. Scroll through your phone. I guarantee there will be a few names that will ping the lightbulb over your head. And I guarantee someone will know someone who knows someone who…
  • Start creating a few videos. {See my tips here on how to create effective ones!}
  • Brainstorm all the different ways you could add value to the audience. Does your message tie in to current news hooks? Or maybe it’s an age-old evergreen topic that has a unique perspective.

Ready?
Set.
GO!

But first, tell me: which mini-goal are you going to start with this week? Join the conversation over here

 

 

 

P.S. Here’s that link I mentioned in the video. How to Be a Media Darling is just around the corner {and it’s totally free!}.

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