Carolyn Millet: Starting a Speaking Business

Anyone starting out in the speaking business faces the challenge of finding people willing to pay for their services.

Carolyn and James Millet Carolyn Millet created a successful speaking business from scratch 12 years ago when she noticed some High School graduates who lacked social graces and decided to do something about it. Her Junior Manners Cotillion now serves the San Francisco Bay Area and helps young people acquire the social skills that will make their transition into adult society an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Click on the podcast link below to hear Carolyn’s frank and humorous description about how she started out. Marvel at the commitment and determination with which she undertook the challenge of starting a successful speaking business.

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I admire her courage. I think she was meant to be a speaker. Her determination simply shows how much she liked doing it. I can only hope for her continuing success.

Her success is a success in the speaking business. It’s good to have people like Carolyn to deliver great speeches for everybody to hear. Her determination really did stand out.



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