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1. Find speaking opportunities
Make a list of organizations in your area that would welcome guest speakers with your expertise, including your local Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, Rotary Club, networking groups and any business-oriented meetups, Miller suggests. Local colleges and adult education programs often bring in guest speakers, as well.
2. Identify your topics
Jot down some topics you could comfortably talk about to a group. Miller suggests reflecting on interactions with clients and prospects and the questions they routinely ask, as well as the areas they seem most concerned about. Those are your topics, he says.