oIt Depends. . . President Obama is a master at using the teleprompter. I don't believe anyone does it better. He doesn't just "read" the words on the screen to his audiences. His inflections, varying cadence, gestures, body language, and facial expressions take his rhetorical skills to levels most never attain. He makes
oEqual Opportunity Fear! It doesn't care about your age, education, or occupation. Young or not, highly educated or not, white collar or not - The Fear of Public Speaking affects up to 75% of the population. There is even a word for it - Glossophobia. It comes from the Greek language: Glosso - tongue, Phobia - Fear.
0All Those Great Athletes Have COACHES! They are the Best of the Best because they had great COACHING. Many were born with a lot of natural talent. They continually work out and hone their skills. Most have been doing this for years. More than one left home and moved hundreds, even thousands of miles, to work with the
0Networking! I know you've never done this, but I plead Guilty! You go to a social function, seminar, or networking event and arrive early with the intent of meeting a bunch of new people. Hopefully, some will be prospects for your products and services. As soon as you enter the venue, you see a friend you haven't
oTo Make a First Impression. Make It an Outstanding One Before You Take the Stage! The Title of your talk. It's got to grab the attention of potential attendees, or they won't be in the audience. Consider, when working on that title: People will do more to avoid pain than seek pleasure. Example. I could
0Start With a QUESTION! FREE EXPRESS Elevator Speech Template HERE! Transcript Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! This video is about how to craft a great Elevator Speech. Specifically, the One-on-One Elevator Speech. These occur when you go to event and the suggestion was to. “Arrive early and network.” The
0QUESTIONS! As Apple used to say, "THINK DIFFERENT." When we attend networking events, social functions, or seminars, the leader often announces, "Before we get started, let's go around the room. When it's your turn, stand up, tell us who you are and what you do - give us your Elevator Speech. Most people, when it's
Will Be Far Better Than the One You Never Give! That's worth repeating: "The worst speech you'll ever give, will be far better than the one you never give!" Many are held back from speaking because of the Fear of Public Speaking. They mistakenly think: They have to be perfect. They'll make a fool of