Many speakers miss this one, yet as the owner of Georgia Speakers Bureau, I’ll tell you in no uncertain terms that you need to. This is about your public profile matching your avatar. We reject speakers every day after a quick google search reveals comments, images and discussions that fail to match our corporate clients expectations. Once you decide on which audience you will serve, everything thats publicly known about you needs to make you more attractive to that audience. If you’re speaking on the law of attraction, 10Xing your business or walking across hot coals, your profile isn’t as important as it is if you’re serving a more sophisticated clientele. If you want to speak at the world’s largest corporate meetings and conventions, the vetting process is much more serious. These are the smartest, savviest audiences in business, and they have little tolerance for speakers that publicly marginalize themselves. Watch this short video for more details.