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Do you have an important message to share with the world?
Are you ready to take your career to a whole new level by expanding your reach, so you can help thousands of people to improve the quality of their lives?
Do you have a dream to write a book, build a speaking career, appear on TV, or host your own radio show?
MOVERS AND SHAKERS SPOTLIGHT :
Two Workshop participants from each city could earn a chance to either host a weekly radio show on Hay House Radio for one month or host a live online event.
San Francisco attendees video submission deadline is May 1, 2010
How can you secure a chance to earn a Movers and Shakers Spotlight?
All Movers and Shakers workshop participants will be asked to produce a short video for submission on YouTube. Look for more details to come regarding video submission guidelines and criteria at the end of the workshop.
The most successful authors, teachers, and speakers know that it takes a firm commitment of time and energy to build the kind of platform that not only reaches millions, but also grabs the interest of publishers, producers, editors, or speaker’s bureaus. If you’re a mover and shaker and you're ready to make that kind of commitment, then you’ll want to attend this new and exciting program.
During the Movers & Shakers weekend intensive, you will learn:
• The ten rules that, when followed, will allow you to build a strong foundation for a successful, long-term, public career
• The key spokes of a multimedia platform wheel
• What to consider when building a successful personal brand
• How to develop and deliver a compelling message
• How to communicate effectively to a wide audience
• The power of personal image and why you need to assess and enhance yours
• Who should (and should not) become a public speaker and why
• The key components of a successful workshop or speech
• The right way to approach a speaker’s bureau
• The ins and outs of writing and publishing—a book, a magazine column, blogs, e-newsletters, and various other media
• What publishers look for when it comes to choosing and developing successful authors
• The truth about publicity and what you need to do to generate the right kind
• What television and radio producers want most when booking talent for shows
• The right kind of web presence and what you need to do to build a successful online community
• How to tap into the exciting world of social media to build a worldwide audience
• How to successfully launch a book or product through an online marketing campaign
• Tips and practical advice about affiliate marketing
• What it takes to develop a TV show and/or PBS special
Led by Cheryl Richardson and Reid Tracy, this exciting weekend is designed to give you a framework that will birth a successful public career. The program includes lectures, interactive exercises, and live coaching where Cheryl and Reid will work with individuals to demonstrate key points.
The weekend opens with first session on Friday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The program continues on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with breaks. Attendees will be on their own for lunch from 12:00-1:30 p.m. There will be ample time for questions and answers.
Cheryl Richardson is a #1 New York Times best-selling author who has written five books that have sold over a million copies. Her work has been covered widely in the media including The New York Times, Good Housekeeping, CBS This Morning, The Today Show, and regular appearances on Good Morning America, as well as leading the Lifestyle Makeover Series for The Oprah Winfrey Show. She’s created a successful multimedia career that has brought her message to millions of people around the world. As a professional coach, author, speaker, TV personality, radio host, and social media expert, Cheryl offers an unprecedented “inside view” into what it takes to build a successful brand.
Joining Cheryl for the weekend is
Reid Tracy, President and CEO of Hay House, Inc., the largest and most influential self-empowerment publishing company in the world. Acquiring hundreds of prominent authors over the years, Reid has played a role in the strategic development of authors such as Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Jerry and Esther Hicks, Suze Orman, Ben Stein and Doreen Virtue. He has also produced more than 12 successful PBS Specials that have raised over $100 million for Public Television. Most recently, he was the executive producer of several movies, including The Shift, with Wayne Dyer and You Can Heal Your Life, a documentary about Louise Hay’s life. Reid is also directly responsible for establishing Hay House’s offices in New York, London, Sydney, Johannesburg, and New Delhi.
Hotel accommodations are not included in the price of the conference registration. There are a limited number of rooms available at The Westin San Francisco Market Street at the discounted rate of $139/single or double. For reservations, please call 888-627-8561 and request the "Movers & Shakers" group rate. Website: www.Starwoodmeeting.com/Book/MoversShakers.com.
Reservations must be made by Wednesday, February 10, 2010.
FOR MOVERS & SHAKERS VIDEO SUBMISSIONS
Deadline for Submissions:
• New York attendees video submission deadline is February 1, 2010 | Winner announced March 1, 2010
• San Francisco attendees video submission deadline is May 1, 2010 | Winner announced June 1, 2010
• Boston attendees video submission deadline is June 23, 2010 | Winner announced July 22, 2010
• Cruise attendees should submit videos to Hay House no later than August 2, 2010 | Winner announced September 2, 2010
How to Submit Video:
• Entrants should upload video submissions to YouTube and e-mail the proper link to
• Subject line should read "Movers & Shakers Video Submission - ".
• You will receive an e-mail confirmation that your submission has been received.
Rules/Qualifications for Submissions:
• All entrants must attend at least one of the Movers & Shakers events to qualify.
• Duration of each video must be between 5 and 7 minutes in length (7 minutes max).
Content Guidelines, Recommendations, and Ideas:
Listed below are elements and suggestions from Hay House; however, you are not limited to these guidelines. You are encouraged to create an authentic, original, and creative piece. Whether you choose to introduce yourself; talk about your background, skills, and strengths; and then lead into your sample of a lecture or workshop is entirely up to you.
• Please state your name, occupation, and where you live.
• Specify which opportunity you want to be considered for (live online event and/or radio show).
• Open your video with a clear, direct message to the viewer about your work and how it will help them.
• Tell a moving, relevant story to underscore your message.
• Finish by restating your message and providing a call to action.
Stories, ideas, suggestions, essays, audio, video, photographs or related materials, and any other materials of any kind whatsoever submitted (hereinafter, the "Submissions") will not be returned or kept confidential.
All such Submissions may be used: (i) on www.hayhouse.com, www.healyourlife.com, or any other Hay House Internet properties (the "Website"); (ii) for broadcast or other publication by Hay House, Inc. or any of its affiliated companies or entities. By submitting the above, you acknowledge and agree to the following terms and conditions, and consent to your name and geographic location possibly being published in connection with the publication, distribution, and/or broadcast of your Submission(s).
1. Neither Hay House nor any of its affiliated companies or entities are obligated to use or pay you for any Submission.
2. All Submissions shall become the property of Hay House; may be edited for length, clarity, and/or functionality; will not be subject to any obligation of confidentiality; and may be shared with and used by the staff of Hay House and any of their affiliated companies or entities, and legal authorities if Hay House believes it is warranted. Neither Hay House nor any third party or others with whom Hay House shares the Submissions shall be liable for any use or disclosure of any information or Submission that you provide.
3. Hay House shall exclusively own all known or later existing rights to the Submissions worldwide and shall be entitled to the unrestricted use of the Submissions for any purpose in all media now known or hereafter discovered without compensation to the provider of such Submissions.
4. Hay House reserves the right to change due dates for Submissions, or other specifics, as it deems necessary in its sole and exclusive discretion.
5. No Submission may contain any material that is abusive, vulgar, threatening, harassing, libelous, defamatory, or obscene; or invades a person's privacy; or violates any law, copyright of any intellectual property or other property, or other rights; or is known to be false.
6. Submissions cannot contain any music not created by you or by someone who has given you written permission to use their music. Even then, you must be sure that the person giving permission owns the rights to the music. It's not uncommon for artists to sell those rights to whoever is producing or publishing their recording.