Have you ever given a presentation where someone in your audience fell asleep … and snored … loudly? That happened to today’s guest on the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, Andy Cabasso, so he went to work figuring out how to make your topic more interesting so that no one […]
Are you frustrated or confused about how to get on podcasts? Never fear! In this month’s episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, my guest, Case Lane, shares her step-by-step process for finding and landing guest podcasting opportunities.
Authors are often introverts, and podcasting is a great tool for introverts to use to grow their platform. Listen — or watch — this episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers podcast, as guest Franciska Kosman shares her tips on how to grow your platform with podcasting.
As you step up to the front of the room, you can feel your face flush and your ears burn. Your hands are shaking as you take command of the stage. A little voice in the back of your head is telling you that everyone can tell how nervous you are.
That little voice lies.
In this episode, I chat with Jeff Brandeis about how to speak on camera and present well on webinars.
A lot of authors struggle with selling their books because they are more in love with, and better at, the writing part of being an author, than the marketing and selling part of being an author. However, if you want to be a successful author, you have to master the […]
As an author, there will come a time when you will be asked to perform a live book reading before an audience. It doesn’t matter whether your work is a novel, a collection of poems, or an anthology of short stories or essays. Your fans want to hear your words almost as much as they want to read them. Here are some tips to give them what they want and leave them wanting more.