Speakers Inside Secrets Jim McCraigh is one of the featured coaches with The Coaching Connector. He is the consummate interviewer and an expert consultant on how to get high value clients and sell more of your professional services. Here is the transcript of that interview. Jim: Coaches who make dynamic Read More
Lessening the Fear of Public Speaking
LADDERS: Why Job Seekers and Employees Should . . .
SPEAK! FRED E. MILLER The LADDERS: The #1 Career Site for $100K+ jobs JANUARY 11, 2019 We perceive people who speak well to be EXPERTS. We like to work with experts. Experts command more money for their products, services, and expertise. One of the questions people often ask me about Public Speaking and Delivering Read More
Fear of Public Speaking: The BIG WHAT?
Numerous things contribute to The Fear of Public Speaking. For many, it is the BIG WHAT? WHAT am I going to talk about? WHAT can I tell an audience they've never heard before? WHAT topic can I speak about, confidently, that people will find helpful, interesting, and important? Answer: You have something to Read More
Two Nuggets That Will Lessen . . .
The Fear of Public Speaking and Make YOU a Better Speaker! Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking. “The Components, Parts, and Elements of a Presentation” - FREE InfoGraph! Here are Two Nuggets that will Lessen the Fear of Public Speaking and make YOU a better speaker. Number One My Silver Nugget: Practice! - Read More
Three Tips for Lessening the Fear of Public Speaking
Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking. Here are Three Tips for Lessening The Fear of Public Speaking. Number One - Meet and Greet. Greet everyone as they come in. Thank them for coming to your presentation. It is amazing how much easier is to talk to someone you've already met. Number Two - Be Audience Read More
Eye Contact: LOOK at . . .
These Suggestions! Making Eye Contact with your audience is one of the non-verbal elements of communication for delivering a great presentation. Making that connection with individuals in the audience shows "confidence in your competence" and "honesty." When Presenting Find a Friendly Face There are people watching Read More
Jennifer Blome, KTRS, Interviews ME!
* Jennifer Blome, St. Louis media icon, interviews me about: • The Rule of Three as it applies to Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. • The Fear of Public Speaking. • Why we have it and Nuggets to Lessen it. • The importance of your Introduction. • The Elevator Speech. • Why Speak? • Read More
Before Speaking: Eat/Don’t Eat These . . .
Foods and Beverages. Foods and beverages consumed, the day before and day of your presentation, can have positive or negative effects on your talk. Have you ever heard this statement? "Before I deliver my presentation, a glass of wine or a cocktail will calm my nerves." Seriously? If you really believe alcohol will Read More
Fear Public Speaking and Failing?
They Go Hand-In-Hand! Both hold many back from reaching their goals. Face those Fears! Failing is a good, but often tough, way to learn. Many of us avoid activities where the odds of "failing" are better than those of succeeding. It's a mistake to do that! Think about this: "If you get it right the first time, you Read More
Best Speaking Tip Ever!
Speak! Speak! Speak! The Learning is in the Doing! You can think about it, watch videos, read books, and attend seminars about public speaking. Those activities will give information, but real progress can't be done unless you Do It! (Get a measure of your present skills HERE.) Take and Make LOTS of "Speaking Read More