The Brilliant List: Speaker One Sheet Examples and Tips

What is a Speaker One Sheet and Why You Need One

Imagine you are planning an event – it could be a small event for your church or a national conference. No matter what size the event you want to hold, you need a speaker. You google empowerment speakers and a huge lists of names show up. You refine your search to empowerment speakers Minnesota (or whatever city you need) and get a somewhat smaller list.  However you refine your search, you still need to do your due diligence to decide which speakers to call or suggest to your event planning committee.

You found 7 potential speakers with credible websites, but it was taking you a long time going from page to page to find out about them. Three of them had a downloadable PDF that made it easy for you to get the information you needed:

  • Testimonials
  • A clearly defined area of expertise
  • Potential speaking topics
  • Lists of groups they’ve spoken for
  • The benefits for their audience
  • Contact information, and
  • An updated headshot.

That PDF, known as a speaker one sheet, makes it easy for event planners and committees to access what they need to add you to their list of potential speakers.

Questions about one sheet templates, resources, and what to include are common in every speaker group that I am a part of. Those new to speaking don’t know that they need one, and most experienced (and booked) speakers have one ready and accessible from their site. If you don’t have one, it may be a sign that you are a newbie.

I’ve put together a brief list of resources and sites to give you a jumpstart on how to create your own speaker one sheet so you can start making more money with your message.

Speaker One Sheet Articles to Check Out

Brilliant Examples:

Tai Goodwin Speaker One Sheet

Done For You Recommendation: SpeakerSheets.com

This is a great resource by Profit Beyond the Book Telesummit presenter Alicia White who is also the founder of Back of the Room Productions.com.

There’s also a DIY package for creating your own speaker one sheet.

Do you help speakers create bankable one sheets or have a resource to share? Leave a comment below so readers know where to find you and get help with their one sheet.

Tai Goodwin

My name is Tai and I am a recovering Christian, truth seeker, and storyteller. I write about education, spirituality, culture, mental health, and womanhood from the perspective of a black-american woman. I struggle with depression; most days I win, some I lose. I also collect books and occasionally read them. And I believe that our words have power.

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Kimb - December 21, 2015

Thank you so much for featuring my design for Deri Latimer 🙂 I loved working on this piece.

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