Episode #259

How to Stay Relevant

With Scott Stratten

Scott Stratten is a phenomenal professional speaker who has been in the business well over a decade, and today he tells us what he’s learned about how to stay relevant as a speaker.

We also talk about Imposter Syndrome why even the most accomplished speakers are not immune, and his latest book, The Jackass Whisperer.

This is a fun conversation full of Scott’s trademark honest wisdom so join us for episode 259 of The Speaker Lab.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW: 

  • Do you have to be the expert on something before you speak on it?
  • Why it’s not keynote or bust in the speaking world.
  • What it means to follow your grain.
  • Why did he have to focus on non-Canadian markets at a certain point?
  • What is his advice for people who think they’ll “make it” once they sign with a bureau?
  • Why is he pivoting with his next book?
  • What is his biggest issue with the speaking world?
  • How and when does he say no?
  • And so much more

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