Have a "Subtle Little Difference." Chapman’s Ice Cream was once a St. Louis tradition. They were famous for their advertising campaign that stated there was a “subtle little difference” in Chapman’s Ice Cream that "made all the difference!" This same philosophy can be applied to your presentations. It's the "subtle
Closing a Speech
Interviews are great ways for someone to ask questions other folks, given the opportunity, might have asked. I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Russ Henneberry, owner of Tiny Business, Mighty Profits, on his Radio Show, Tiny Business, Mighty Profits Radio. Russ is one of the best internet experts around.
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I have a 'Challenge - and a Prediction' for You! Brand Yourself! If you're a fan of Zig Ziglar, the famous motivational speaker from Yazoo City, Mississippi (he mentioned it often, and sadly, the location of a recent deadly tornado) you're familiar with his signature close. It was always, "And I will see You At the
Your LAST WORDS Will probably be the FIRST WORDS Your Audience will Remember! Before closing, tell the audience that you are about to close the speech. This is important. It’s OK if your closing has a surprise in it, but not if your closing is the surprise! Here’s an analogy. You’re on a trip and have been