Visual aids can be great … but only if you use them correctly. In this fun little silent movie, I share with you a simple message about visual aids. – – – – – Do you have questions about public speaking? Just ask and I’ll answer in a future […]
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Here is the second installment of excerpts from For the Love of Public Speaking, a 27-minute introduction to Toastmasters I produced during a Television Production Workshop at Santa Rosa Junior College in 1994. This week I cover “Presentation.” The information in this video is targeted to people who […]
Recently, SlideShare released its Zeitgeist 2010 report of the most popular presentations posted to its site. Many of the findings have applications to not only sharing your presentations online but how you create slides for your live presentations, as well. Here are my interpretations of their findings. Make your presentation […]
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.
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? […]