O VIDEO #3: Nuggets to Lessen the Fear of Public Speaking – Name Tags!
This Video is the Third of Nineteen about Lessening The Fear of Public Speaking!
Fred Miller, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking.”
Here’s another one of my “Nuggets to Lessen the Fear of Public Speaking.”
Insist on Name Tags for your audience.
Name Tags reach out, and pull you in.
They close the gap between people.
And for one of my Best Nuggets to Lessen the Fear of Public Speaking, Arrive Early and Meet and Greet, they’re dynamite!
“Hi, Bob, Nice to meet you! I’m Fred. Thanks for being here!”
If they don’t come in with Name Tags, and the event planner has not provided them, You provide them!
I always show up with a supply of Name Tags and a Sharpie.
Here’s another neat thing about Name Tags, during the Q&A you can call on people by name. Everyone likes their name.
Oh, you noticed, I’m not wearing a Name Tag.
You notice, I am not wearing a name tag. That’s because when you’re the speaker – it’s clutter!
This stuff works!
Till next time, This is Fred Miller – NO SWEAT!
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About the Author
Fred E. Miller is a speaker, a coach, and the author of the book,
“No Sweat Public Speaking!”
Businesses and individuals hire him because they want to improve their
Public Speaking and Presentation Skills.
They do this because we perceive really great speakers to be Experts.
Perception is reality, and we rather deal with Experts.
They also know:
Speaking Opportunities are Business Opportunities.
Speaking Opportunities are Career Opportunities.
Speaking Opportunities are Leadership Opportunities.
He shows them how to:
Develop, Practice, and Deliver ‘Knock Your Socks Off Presentations!’ with –