Episode 126: Podcast Interview With Clint Arthur
“Clint Arthur – Breaking through your fear of public speaking“
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Episode 126: “Breaking through your fear of speaking” – expert Podcast interview with Clint Arthur. #ondeckwithcam Podcast Time 34:17 min in Total.
Listen now or Download using the links above. Cameron’s guest speaker today is Clint Arthur from http://www.clintarthur.tv/
Listen now or Download using the links above. Cameron’s guest speaker today is Clint Arthur from Celebrity Entrepreneur and Business Expert with an Entrepreneurial Management degree from the Wharton School of Business, winner of the prestigeous GKIC Info-Marketer of The Year award, 17 years’ experience running his own gourmet food company, and the #1 Bestselling author of “Break Through Your Upper Limits on TV,” “Speaking Game: 7-Figure Speaker Secrets Revealed,” and “What They Teach You At The Wharton Business School.”
Inspired by this, Clint lived 2009 as if it was going to be the last year of his life. He lost 18.2kg (and has maintained that weight-loss), built a factory which allowed his business to thrive during The Great Recession and beyond, wrote his book about timeless lessons he learned at Wharton (which would become his first bestseller,) and revived his crumbling marriage. All of this reaffirmed wisdom he learned at Wharton about being a well-rounded, healthy, happy, self-expressed person, and led Clint in the direction of Local TV Publicity.
Clint has appeared on 88 Local and National TV News & Talk shows across America, and has helped Clients book themselves on 3524+ appearances since 2012,including Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN, HLN, Dr. Oz, Fox Business Network, etc.
After studying Creative Writing with Pulitzer Prize-winner Frank McCourt, Clint went on to graduate from Wharton, then pursued the Hollywood Dream for 13 years, hitting a crisis point on New Year’s Eve of The Millenium when he became terrified that 6 years of driving a taxi to survive would be irreversible career suicide. He quit writing, dove into intense transformational self-help and personal development work, and focussed on making money for the next 8 years, becoming fat and happy. Obese, actually. As the economy collapsed in 2008, Clint was at a men’s self-help meeting when the shaman pointed at him across yellow and orange crackling camp-fire flames and said..
Key show note points include:
- How to ask for commitment from your client.
- Why you should never discount.
- Why you should use your full name.
- How to ask for money and why you should ask for it.
- How to make your self stand out in a mass market.