Here's a good tip! You're much more at ease speaking to people you know and friends. Arrive at your speaking event early. Wear a Name Tag - It's important! Meet and greet the people who came to see and hear your talk. If they're wearing a name tag, call them by name. Ask their name if they are not wearing one. Thank Read More
“Meet and Greet”
Props Help the Audience “See” Your Points – Maybe!
Since people learn in different ways, the more senses incorporated into your presentation, the better the meaning of your speech will be conveyed and information retained. However, no prop, sound or scent will ever come close to what your "brain" can see, hear or smell. I once heard the late Gene Siskel and Roger Read More
Speech Content – Part #2
Why Write Your Own Introduction
The Introduction is an integral part of your speech! It should not be taken casually. It’s importance, however, is often overlooked. The introduction sets the stage for your opening and your speech. An Introduction should answer three questions. Why this Subject? Why this Speaker? Why Now? Why Read More