oYour Introduction: Write Your Own! The Introduction is an Integral Part of Your Presentation. The Introduction Sets the Stage for the Presenter. The Introduction is the Speaker's Responsibility to write. The Introduction should be delivered by the Emcee as if They wrote it! The Introduction is NOT Your Bio!
OCraft Your Elevator Speech, Floor by Floor with - NO SWEAT! A Great Elevator Speech Clearly Tells the Audience: Who You Are! What You Do! A Great Elevator Speech Clearly Articulates this Information, Succinctly, and with an Impact. Possible Outcomes Know what you do and want to have a conversation
o ALL Floors of the Elevator Speech! Transcript Now it's time to go up ALL the Floors. These are the floors I would deliver to an audience, a large audience, or more than one. Then we're going to do the Eighth Floor. That's the one we use if it's a One-On-One situation. Follow me on each of these floors! We're
O What You Do! Transcription Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here's the second floor of my eight floor Elevator Speech. What do you do? Here's mine: I'm a Speaker, Coach, and an Author. Three very simple words: easy to understand. However, they do beg the questions: "What do I speak
O Your Name! Transcript: Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here’s the first floor of my eight floor Elevator Speech. Your Name! I’m Fred Miller. Now, I have a very simple name. Easy to pronounce; easy to remember. I have a friend, Mike Ramatowski. My advice to Mike is to say, “I’m Mike!”
) Presented Before Each Presentation! An audience attends events to learn something. They rightfully want great value for the time and money they are investing to sit in on a presentation. They like to watch and listen to Speakers who are Experts on a subject. The question sometimes arises, “Why is this person making a
B Personal Branding Components! The first of this series, NO SWEAT Personal Branding, noted EVERYONE is Self-Employed. We should promote ourselves through Personal Branding. The previous column addressed the first two components: Have a great Website and an iTunes Podcast Channel. This post, and successive ones, will