NOTE: This episode of the podcast has a video component because I want to show you the distracting body movements. Your body movement during your presentation has the ability to strengthen the impact of your message … or it can be a serious distraction. One of your goals as a […]
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This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Darlene Ellison. Darlene’s personal and professional journey, which includes discovering her husband of 10 years was a longtime pedophile, led her to become an expert and consultant on overcoming obstacles and building meaningful alliances. Today through speaking […]
“Reading the room has a lot to do with body language,” says Featured Speaker Shay Olivarria. So take the time to learn how to do this. Here are some resources — books, videos, articles and a DVD — to get you started reading body language. Books and DVDs About Reading […]
One way to communicate your message is through body language and gesture while you speak. In this excerpt from a workshop for teens about public speaking, I share some tips on how to do just that. To review: Keep your hands out of your pockets Use interesting, non-traditional […]
By Featured Speaker Nancy Daniels One of the requirements for dynamic speaking, whether it is at the lectern or just in normal conversation, is to be expressive when you talk. This is known as color and refers to your vocal variety, facial expression, and body language. All three elements work […]
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.