Ryan Lochte’s Olympic Scandal

The Rio Olympic’s Swimmers Scandal has cast a dark cloud over what should have been a celebration. USA Swimmer Ryan Lochte, a 6-time gold medalist, and three younger swimmers decided to urinate on a gas station wall and vandalize the bathroom in Rio after a night of drunken debauchery. To add insult to injury, Lochte went on international television and claimed to have been robbed. Lochte made a cleverly concocted PR laced apology on the Today Show in an effort to save his endorsement deals, but his sponsors wisely dumped him. Absent from the story: The US Olympic Committee, who says

Siebold’s LIVE Television Interview Tuesday, June 24, 2008, 9pm Eastern

I hope you’ll tune in to my live interview on the professional speaking business this Tuesday, June 24. Jeff Herring will be interviewing me about what some people have called the world’s highest paid profession: Professional Public Speaking. I’m not sure if it’s the highest paid or not, but I can tell you President Bill Clinton has earned $109 million in speaking fees since he left office. Even non-celebrity business speakers like me can earn a a seven-figure income¬†expressing your expertise on a subject that solves a problem for an organization. If you’re a speaker, you’ll want to tune in to