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How to Manage Speaking Nerves One of the most common questions I hear is:   “Michael, how do I get rid of my nerves?”   I ..read more
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How is Furniture Polish Relevant to Being a Speaker? What is this picture? You’re right, it’s a can of furniture Polish. What does ..read more
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The Pain of Traditional Networking Picture the scene. You’re at a networking event. It’s time for each attendee to stand up and ..read more
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A Common Presentation Rehearsal Mistake Imagine you’re practicing a presentation. Five minutes into your rehearsal, you get interrupted ..read more
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Why Use Questions to Connect? A common challenge for most presenters is how to capture their best ideas that will quickly gain audience ..read more
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Secrets for Using Laughter to Connect Deeper with Your Audiences “Is ..read more
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How do you connect with an audience when you don’t seem to have anything in common with them? I was reminded of this question a few ..read more
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One of the most important lessons we teach speakers is this: Your goal is to change the way audiences Think, Feel or Act. One of the ..read more
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Take a good look at the picture above. Look at it for several ..read more
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Why Speakers and Storytellers Need to Ignore This Common Myth Ron and I were chatting over breakfast. He said, “I was recently told that ..read more

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