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 […]
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You’re excited. You’ve just heard back from your town’s leading bookstore and they’ve booked you for an author event and book signing in two months. They’ve asked you to do a “little talk” before you sign books. You said, “Sure! Of course!” And now you are staring at the email […]
One of the best ways to market yourself and your book is by speaking. If you are an author, stay tuned because today’s episode is all about how to tap into your personal “why to speak” as an author.
Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast: Season 4, Episode 6 Length: 9 minutes, 12 seconds If you want to be a successful speaker, you need to learn how to tap into your personal power. In today’s episode, I talk about personal power – what it is and how you can tap […]
There is always evidence of a poor public speaker. Sometimes it is so obvious the speaker is practically booed off the stage. But sometimes it is more subtle. They get the job done, but not very well. Since you are reading this article, I think it is a safe assumption […]
The most important skill a public speaker can develop and nurture is making a connection with the audience. In fact, Featured Speaker Jeffrey Gitterman says it is one of the critical skills. “If you want to be a great speaker, you want to create a connection between you and the audience that is at a much deeper level than you can get with PowerPoints and video and cool little gimmicks.”
We all have to speak in public from time to time for different occasions in our lives. Therefore, it is vital to continuously improve our public speaking skills. The good news is that with thorough preparation and practice, anybody can overcome the nervousness and perform exceptionally well. In this video, Carma Spence shares 10 tips to help you become a better speaker.