The Million Dollar Speaker Summit

Wow! I have had a hectic but exciting week. Today I will share a little about the summit. To start, we arrived at 8:45 AM, and the day ended at 6 PM.

 I had my routine of things to do and meetings to attend. That kept me busy. However, Wednesday evening was the kick-off for a three-day summit. We registered or, more like, checked in so they would know who would be in attendance the next day.

After registration was over, there was a scavenger hunt. We provided four things:

  • Something that makes us happy
  • Something we love
  • Something we are most proud of
  • What makes us laugh

I bet you want to know what my answers were! Okay, you talked me into it. My answers to questions are in the order they are above, 1. Reading romance stories, 2. My family, 3. My book, Courage to Live My Dream, and 4. The spotted cat, a friend, made to represent me,

It was so much fun to see what everyone shared. Unfortunately, I didn’t think to take pictures at the scavenger hunt. I have photos that cover the next three days of the event, and you can find them at the end of this article.

I have attended the Million Dollar Speaker Summit three times, and each time I feel I learn something important that I may have missed before, or maybe I was not ready to hear what was said because it was not time for me to accept it.

Arvee Robinson is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to public speaking. She has so much information she shared with us. At the end of the event, you left with the information you could implement right then. Can you imagine what she will share with those who sign up for her programs?

Well, you will not have to imagine. Arvee will do this same Million Dollar Speaker Summit again next year! Watch for information. I will post it here. You need to attend this summit even if you think you don’t need to speak.

Okay. I am still recuperating from the fun and excitement of the event. Did I tell you that Elvis was in town and gave an outstanding performance of his songs? We had a fabulous time.

The last two days were full of training and valuable information. Four people were winners of the social media posting contest. I will not mention the names because I don’t remember the last-place winner, and it would not be right to say the other’s names and not his. He worked hard to be one of the winners.

Before ending, I must tell you I loved the vendor booths and VIP Experience room set up. C. J. Gilbert was a super M cee and DJ.

Well, I will let the photos tell the rest of the story. Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.

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