Orlando's Women of the Year Carol Cox

Carol Cox, founder of Speaking Your Brand, has been selected as one of Orlando Magazine’s Women of the Year nominees for 2021! “They are educators, mentors, counselors, physicians, fundraisers, entrepreneurs, and individuals who stand up for others. But most of all they are leaders who help keep our community strong. Orlando magazine is proud to…

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Live Virtual Summit by Speaking Your Brand

Our LIVE free virtual summit takes place on October 15, 2020. This is a one-of-a-kind event: a mix of TED-style 10-minute talks plus panel discussions so you can learn how to craft a stellar speech and build your thought leadership platform. I’ve coached a number of TEDx speakers over the years and love the format…

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Webinar on You Say You Want to be a Thought Leader: What That Really Means & How to Find Your Voice

Have you struggled to figure out what to say, whether it’s on a social media post or in a presentation? Have you stopped yourself from sharing something because you weren’t sure what the reaction would be? Do you feel like there’s something deeper, more meaningful, more impactful you want to say, but you haven’t quite been able to tease it out? Do you…

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A podcast listener, Susan Moe, wrote an insightful blog post about her reaction to some of the podcast episodes we did in the first half of 2020. Here’s an excerpt: Light is being shed on the dark underbelly of pervasive racism in our country and the immense pain and suffering it causes to millions of…

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Carol Cox featured in Forbes article

Women speakers not getting paid (at all or equitably) is an issue we get on our soapbox about. Big thanks to Janice Gassam, Ph.D. for highlighting this in her recent Forbes article about the work we’re doing at Speaking Your Brand and how to close the pay gap for women speakers: https://www.forbes.com/sites/janicegassam/2019/12/01/how-carol-cox-is-helping-women-speakers-get-paid-what-they-deserve/#1f5c3921533f 

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What does 50% represent? Women are 50% of the population (actually 51%, but close enough). Women should be 50% of speakers, including for keynotes and panels. Women should hold 50% of elected offices (equal representation, FTW). Women should hold 50% of C-level positions and board seats (studies show company performance is better with more women…

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