Scott Plum admitted into National Speakers Association (NSA)

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Scott Plum has been admitted into the National Speakers Association (NSA) (  Plum is the President and Founder of the Minnesota Sales Institute.

Plum has a history of achieving sales goals while encouraging and assisting others to do the same.  He also serves as a sales trainer where he creates and instructs training programs for sales professionals and professionals that sell within their chosen industries.

Since launching the Minnesota Sales Institute in 2002, Plum has taught people how to shorten their sales cycle, increase their closing ratio, get in front of more qualified prospects and generate more company revenue.  He uncovers the barriers that hold people back from doing what they know they should and stop doing what they know they shouldn’t.

The National Speakers Association (NSA) is the leading organization for professional speakers.  Since 1973, NSA has provided resources and education designed to advance the skills, integrity and value of its members and the speaking profession.

NSA is the go-to resource for speakers, offering industry-specific information and training in the areas of business management, marketing and presentations skills.  Perhaps more importantly, NSA brings professional speakers into a community with networking, mentoring and leadership opportunities.  Minnesota based, NSA past president, Mark LeBlanc puts it simply: “People join NSA for two reasons and two reasons only: to speak more and to speak better. That’s it.”

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  1. Michael Cavitt says

    Scott, congrats. As I recall, it takes a bit of work to get into the NSA.

  2. Thanks Michael. It took most of the year, so I’d say it took some work. Worth the commitment!