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It’s your turn soon. There’s no turning back now. You’ve been putting it off and putting it off, but you can’t put it off any longer. You’ve got good news to share. News that’s going to make everyone happy. But you can’t bear the thought of standing on stage and delivering that news to 100 […]
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Want to know the public speakers’ “secret sauce” to capture the audience’s attention? Brace yourself. You might think that there’s some formula. You might think that formula involves being a gifted storyteller or a master designer. Maybe you even think that there is no “secret sauce” — That you’re either born with the talent of […]
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Doesn’t matter what you do you can’t shake those anxious feelings. Public speaking and presentations are part of your job. You’ve been speaking at least once a week for the last few months but it’s still not any easier.  Days before a presentation you’re a mess. Panicking about everything and struggling to sleep. Trying to […]
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My first ever presentation was a train wreck. Let me tell you what happened. Years ago, I worked for an extremely dysfunctional organization. The atmosphere in my department was toxic. People were burned-out and unhappy with the working conditions of the office, interpersonal politics were insane, and projects were stalled. Nothing was getting done fast. […]
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Here are the 10 must-read public speaking articles of 2018 to make your speeches and presentations pop in 2019! Thank you to everyone who has visited my blog over the last year. Your support and feedback give me the motivation to keep blogging about public speaking and presentation skills. My most popular article for the […]
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The hardest part about public speaking is the worry. The worry about forgetting your lines. The worry about whether your message will be clear. The worry about what people will think of you. The worry about embarrassing yourself. The worry about getting a tough audience or facing difficult questions. Next time you have a speech […]
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October 19, 1992, age 17 Splitting headache. I didn’t know it yet, but I’d had a stroke. I wouldn’t find out for another 27 hours. While I slept my basilar artery had hemorrhaged. The basilar artery is at the base of the skull and supplies the brain and central nervous system with blood. Over the […]
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If you want to improve your public speaking and you’re looking for an online public speaking course, you need to read this article. In this article I’m going to talk about the mistake that everyone makes when it comes to public speaking and online training courses. I’m also going to show you the online public […]
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Here are the 7 best public speaking tips that will help calm your nerves and get you through your speech or presentation in one piece. 1. Understand your topic The most essential part of a good speech or presentation is to understand your topic in a deep way. The reason most business presentations are so […]
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Public speaking opportunities are career and business development opportunities. If you can deliver an unforgettable presentation or speech (unforgettable for the right reasons) the business world is your oyster. It’s easier to get sales. It’s easier to get put on the cool projects. It’s easier to secure that promotion or new job. It makes sense […]
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