Working on your public speaking skills can affect more than just your ability to speak to groups of people. Improving your public speaking skills can raise your self-worth and confidence. In Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, realizing your self-worth ranks the highest. When you’ve given a good speech, your personal […]
Present Powerfully By Featured Speaker Louis Lautman So you got the job, the money is good, the co-workers are friendly your boss likes you and then it happened. You feel your throat hit your stomach and your heart skips a beat. You have been asked to do the last thing […]
One of the best ways for authors to sell more books is to speak. Book readings, presentations based on content or research for your books, or even on your author’s journey are all good topics that fans and potential reads want to hear about. In this post, you’ll find five presentation tips for authors that will help you make the most of those speaking opportunities.
Staying Confident – 4 Easy Steps! By Featured Speaker Cindy Ashton Many of us have goals we want to accomplish. We set our intentions and forge the way, but the minute something discourages us or stands in our way, we get knocked off our horse and lose our momentum. We […]
NOTE: This is the post that started it all. It uses the analogy of superpowers to discuss speaking techniques. It was first posted on my “The Secrets of Public Speaking” blog, which has now been folded into this blog. Imagine if public speakers were super-heroes. What would their powers be? […]