E Declutter EVERYTHING! The goal of your talk is: “The Audience GETS IT!” They don’t have to agree with everything you say, but they do have to understand it. DECLUTTERING the Components, Parts, and Elements of your presentation can help you reach that goal! The Tenets to Follow for DECLUTTERING Are: Clean -
YourYour Elevator Speech is a Mini-Presentation CLICK Thru the Slides EVERYONE Needs a Great Elevator Speech! from "NO SWEAT" Public Speaking! Use this as a Template for Your Elevator Speech! An Elevator Speech is what we deliver when introducing ourselves at networking events, business meetings, or
We like to work with EXPERTS - Don't we? Three Naturally, we want people to perceive us as an EXPERT. Perception is reality, and people like to work with EXPERTS - Correct? Being perceived as an EXPERT grows your: 1. Business 2. Career 3. Leadership Opportunities EXPERTS also get paid more for the products and
Guest Post: Gavin Meikle, Inter-Activ Presenting & Influencing Readers of my blog know I sometimes post the writings of other speakers. Gavin Meikle is a friend and fellow speaker from across the pond. His writing on "Why You Should Present" nails it so well I asked him to share it. You have probably
NPR Member Station Book Interview I'm a Guest on KWMU's "St. Louis on the Air" St. Louis on the Air Interview NPR Member Station Book Interview with Don Marsh, the host of "St. Louis on the Air." He is an excellent interviewer. We discussed my book, "No Sweat Public Speaking!" There was also time for a few call-in
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.
This does it for me. It warms up the audience! What do You do? This Slide Show and Music will be playing when people enter the room I'll be speaking in. What effect do you think it has on them? My thoughts are that it reminds many of them why they chose to attend. It preps them for the information I'm going to
If you 'hand out' Handouts as the audience is getting seated, they'll be looking at your brochure, fact sheet, contact information, etc., while you're giving your presentation. This can be as bad as having the door to a noisy kitchen open or the the lights go out as you're demonstrating something. A speech is always