I’m Grant Baldwin, creator of The Speaker Lab.
We teach speakers how to find and book paid speaking engagements. Whether you’re a rookie or a veteran speaker, we have what you need to start, build and grow your speaking business.
So I guess you came to this page to get a little more background on who I am right? Here you go . . .
I’ve always enjoyed speaking and helping other people. So much so that I actually went to Bible college and became a youth pastor. I did that for a little while but eventually felt like there was something else I should be doing. While my wife was 5 months pregnant with our first daughter, I quit my job with little plan of what I wanted to do with my life.
I literally felt like I was having a quarter-life crisis.
I spent months reading, exploring and trying to figure out what I was put on this planet to do. I knew some of the things I was good at, and I knew what I enjoyed doing, but I was never sure how it all translated into a career. After several months, I decided to start a career as a speaker.
I worked hard and hustled to build my business and get booked to speak. Download the first episode of The Speaker Lab Podcast to hear the full story in detail and more about how I got into speaking.
In the last several years, I’ve been fortunate to speak to audiences all over the country. I’ve spoke at hundreds of events and have given literally thousands of presentations in conferences, assemblies, conventions and other events. I’ve spoken to audiences of just a handful to arenas filled with 13,000 people.
But here’s the deal . . . I’m just a normal dude.
I really am. I work hard, and I hustle to make my dreams a reality. I don’t want to live a normal, boring, mundane existence, and I don’t think you do either. I want to live a fulfilling and rewarding life, and I would guess you do too.
Today, I continue to travel and speak at conferences, corporations, colleges and other events. Plus, I host The Speaker Lab Podcast and help other speakers start, build and grow their business.
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