How to Become a Really Good Presenter!
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
3M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/How-to-Become-a-Really-Good-Presenter.mp3Effective communication is a valuable skill in both our personal and professional lives. Whether you’re delivering a presentation, engaging in a conversation, or addressing a large audience, the ability to speak confidently and persuasively is a key asset. Becoming a really good speaker is a goal that many aspire to achieve. It’s a skill that can be developed over time with practice and dedication. Here are tips to help you become a really good speaker and enhance your communication abilities ..read more
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The Importance of Audience Engagement and How to Achieve It
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
4M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Aduience-Engagement.mp3In person or on-line, your audience has a short attention span. In the realm of public speaking, the magic often lies in the connection between the speaker and the audience. It’s a two-way street where not only does the speaker impart knowledge or share stories, but also indulges in a dynamic interaction with the audience. This interaction, known as audience engagement, is the lynchpin that can markedly enhance the impact of the presentation. Let’s look at the importance of audience engagement and strategies to ..read more
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SPEAKERS: Engage, Inform, and Connect with Your Audience
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
5M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/SPEAKERS-Engage-Inform-and-Connect-with-Your-Audience.mp3Here are some valuable tips to accomplish these important presentation skills. Know your audience: Understand the demographics, interests, and knowledge level of people attending your talk and tailor your message accordingly. This will help you speak in a way that resonates with them and keeps them engaged. Start with a strong opening: Capture the audience’s attention from the beginning with a compelling story, quote, or intriguing question. This will set the tone for your talk ..read more
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P-A-U-S-I-N-G, When Presenting, Can Help Them GET IT!
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by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
6M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/PAUSING.mp3 The correct use of PAUSES in presentations can be extremely powerful. However, it’s one of the toughest things to do for a number of reasons, including the thought, “I’m the speaker. Shouldn’t I be speaking!?” Pausing during presentations holds significant value for a number of reasons: Emphasize Key Points: Pausing before or after a crucial point can draw attention to that point, allowing the audience to absorb and contemplate its significance. This action actually underlines the information you want to emphasize ..read more
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Should Everyone Have a Great Elevator Speech?
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by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
7M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Shoulld-Everyone-Have-a-Great-Elevator-Speech.mp3Having a great elevator speech is incredibly important for a variety of reasons, both personally and professionally. An elevator speech is a brief, compelling introduction that can be delivered in the time it takes to ride an elevator, typically around 30 seconds to two minutes. Here’s why everyone should have one: CLICK Here and Get started on your great Elevator Speech using this proven Template and Worksheet. First Impressions: An elevator speech allows you to make a strong and memo ..read more
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Story Power Marketing Show with Special Guest Fred Miller
No Sweat Public Speaking! Podcast
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
7M ago
https://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/StoryPower-1.mp3 Tom Ruwitch is the ultimate host and consummate interviewer. I always learn from him! Check out his site, Story Power Marketing and learn how to fire up prospects and inspire them to hire you with story-powered content that’s simple to create. TRANSCRIPT [Music] This is the Story Power Marketing Show with Tom Ruwitch. Make yourself comfortable and fasten your seatbelt. Tom and his guest are about to share powerful stories, trade, business, building insights, and have a few laughs. Tom created this podcast to help yo ..read more
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The WORST WAYS to Open a Presentation
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
8M ago
Recipes for Disaster http://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/WORST-WAYS-.-.-.-.mp3 Presentations are an essential part of communication in many business and academic settings. Whether pitching an idea, giving a lecture, or delivering a business proposal. . . The Way You OPEN YOUR PRESENTATION sets the tone for the entire experience. Unfortunately, there are certain approaches that can turn your presentation into a complete disaster right from the get-go. In this post, I’ll focus on the absolute worst ways to open a presentation and offer advice on how to avoid them. Starti ..read more
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Have them REMEMBER Your Speech!
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
8M ago
http://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/Have-them-REMEBER.mp3You want your audience to remember your message! Here’s how to make that happen: Start with a strong opening: Begin your speech with a compelling anecdote, a thought-provoking question, a surprising fact, or a powerful quote. This will grab your audience’s attention from the get-go and make them more likely to remember what follows. Tell stories: We are wired to respond to stories. Incorporate relevant, engaging, and preferably, personal stories into your speech to make your points more relatable and memo ..read more
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Three Things to Do In Your OPENING.
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
9M ago
http://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/THREE-Things-to-do-in-your-OPENING.mp3That will make a HUGE difference! Those Three Things Are: 1. Tell your audience how Questions will be handled. In your Opening tell them when questions will be taken. Telling your audience from the get-go when you’ll be taking questions lets them know not to interrupt your talk because you told them when you’ll have Q&A. A question about something in a different section of your presentation can throw off your talk and confuse your audience. You eliminate that by telling when you’ll take questi ..read more
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Use STORIES in Your Presentations Because . . .
NO SWEAT Public Speaking!
by Fred Elliott Miller (Fred Elliott Miller), Fred Elliott Miller
10M ago
http://nosweatpublicspeaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Use-STORIES-in-you-presentations.mp3 The formula for the Body of a Presentation is: Make a Point  –  Tell a STORY! (Preferably, a personal one.) Here are some reasons WHY to use Stories in your presentations: Stories are relatable: When we hear a story, it activates the parts of our brain that process language and the parts that process experiences. This dual processing makes stories more memorable and easier to understand because we are able to connect the story to our own experiences and emotions. By using stories in prese ..read more
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