FAQ about the Killer Keynote Conference
Is there a payment option?
Yes. You can select the three-month payment option. Pay a $565 deposit to secure your spot.
What is the schedule?
8 AM to 3 PM — Comprehensive training in the SPEAK UP™ Preparation System.
You will learn a powerful, yet simple-to-implement system for developing an engaging, content-rich, unforgettable presentation and delivering your presentation without the use of comprehensive notes.
(NOTE: Lunch provided)
3 PM to 7 PM — Personal time to develop your presentation.
Kent is available the entire time for one-on-one coaching to answer your questions and help you bust through any sticking points.
7 PM to 9 PM — Dinner provided.
Which airport should I fly into?
The nearest airport is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).
How far is the airport from the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center?
The Killer Keynote Conference is hosted at the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center at 12 Stone, which is approximately a 40-minute drive from the Atlanta Airport. (NOTE: Rush hour traffic can increase driving time.)
- VERY IMPORTANT: The conference is hosted at the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center at 12 Stone which is located at 2050 Sugarloaf Circle, Duluth, GA 30097, not at The John Maxwell Company corporate office on Satelittle Blvd.
- Make sure your map takes you to the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center at 12 Stone.
What time should I book my flight to arrive at the airport?
Since the conference begins at 8 AM, you likely want to arrive the day before if you are flying.
When should I book my flight to depart?
The conference ends at 6 PM. Allow at least 3 hours after the end of the conference to get to the airport and check-in.
Can I bring my spouse or assistant with me?
Absolutely! Your spouse and/or assistant can attend the conference with you for only $500 per person. You will receive special registration codes for your spouse and/or assistant once you register.
Is there a recommended hotel? Do I have to stay in that hotel?
You are free to search for lodging that works best for you. However, we have lined up special rates at the Homewood Suites.
VERY IMPORTANT: Please direct all hotel questions and comments to the hotel.
Homewood Suites – includes free, hot breakfast (link will be available soon)
1775 North Brown Road
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Group Name – PAID TO SPEAK
NOTE: To receive the discounted room price, you must reserve your room as early as possible before our room block sells out.
If I am driving, how do I get to the conference?
The address of the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center at 12 Stone is 2050 Sugarloaf Circle, Duluth, GA 30097.
What if I have to cancel because of an unexpected scheduling conflict?
CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY: Should you need to cancel for any reason, 30 days or more before the event, you will receive a credit on your account to use towards another Paid To Speak event. This credit must be used within 12 months from the date the credit is issued. No credit will be given for cancellations received less than 30 days before the event. You may transfer your registration to another person at any time. To request a credit or to transfer your registration to another person, email email@example.com. Please note, there are no refunds for this event, only credits.
Will the video I receive of my presentation be professional quality?
The purpose of videographing your presentation is for learning purposes only. The reason your presentation is recorded is so that you can see yourself in action and review how you implemented the presentation skills taught at the Killer Keynote Conference. While videos will be high quality, they are not recorded in such a way as to be used as a speaking demo for your website. Additionally, the meeting room setup and the number of participants at this conference are not ideal for recording demo videos.
What should I wear to the Killer Keynote Conference?
Wear what you want. Many attendees dress in business casual. Others wear jeans. Some even wear suits. The #1 guideline is for you to be comfortable and ready to learn.
What kind of people attend the Killer Keynote Conference?
Attendees come from all walks of life, including entrepreneurs, business owners, corporate executives, university leaders, ministry personnel, teachers, coaches, personal trainers, professional speakers, and homemakers. The one thing all attendees have in common is they want to learn how to create an unforgettable presentation in order to grow their influence and positively impact more people's lives.