It is the Speaker’s Responsibility
to Write Their Own Introduction.
Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking.
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Whenever you’re the speaker, someone is going to introduce you.
The Master of Ceremonies is probably going to grab your bio. Your bio has nothing to do with your presentation.
No one cares where you went to school, how many kids you have and the fact that you like to collect seashells has nothing to do with your presentation.
It’s your responsibility as the speaker to write that Introduction and you should cover three things:
WHY this subject?
WHY this speaker?
Those are your credentials and don’t be modest here when you’re writing it.
The audience is investing time, sometimes money, and definitely opportunity cost.
Opportunity cost is:
I could be doing something else right now.
Why is that person up there presenting?
What gives them the right to talk on this subject?
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Write your own introduction with those three items:
WHY this subject, WHY this speaker and WHY now. and
I guarantee, your next presentation will be absolutely, positively – NO SWEAT!
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They do this because they know:
Speaking Opportunities are Business, Career, and Leadership Opportunities.
They also know:
We perceive really great speakers to be Experts, and we like to work with Experts.
He shows them how to:
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