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How to Become a Better Public Speaker

How to Become a Better Public Speaker

You become a better public speaker the same way you become better at anything else. Deliberate and continuous practice. Jeff Olson in his book The Slight Edge talks about how the overnight success phenomena is a myth. It does not exist; what seems to be an overnight success was years in the making. Jeff Olson talks […]

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Your Powerful Speaking Identity

2-Step Process to Build a Powerful Self-identity as a Presenter

How you see yourself (self identity) on the inside matters. It can mean the difference between you standing up with poise or you trembling with fear. Imagine this: I am standing on a stage with a 400 people staring back at me, my heart rate is ready to explode, my mouth is dry, my palms […]

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A Magical Breathing Exercise To Boost Your Influence & Confidence

Here’s a simple breathing exercise that will restore your breathing back to a normal and help put you at ease next time you speak in public. This exercise will improve your breathing habit because you have most likely picked up a bad one. Your bad breathing habit could be negatively impacting your confidence and ability […]

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How to run a meeting and command the room

When you run a meeting or a presentation, people expect you to take charge and lead. If you don’t lead, your meetings will get out of control. This means people will speak out whenever they want, come in and out whenever they wish and argue with you at every point you make. You will not […]

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3 Steps to Introducing Yourself as a speaker: (Without Sounding Like a Jerk)

Introducing yourself is one of the hardest things to do in a presentation or a networking setting. I know It’s awkward… You want others to know, like, and respect you without sounding mushy, cheesy or braggy. You see other presenters talk about themselves so elegantly and you wonder: how the heck do they do that? […]

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Public Speaking Lessons from Chef Ramsay

  Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares reveals three consistent lessons to restaurant owners. Be passionate, be focused, and be disciplined. Although the lessons are targeted towards restaurant management, they can be easily applied to public speaking and presentation development. If applied, these lessons will ensure that you give world-class presentations. Must be passionate: Usually, chef Ramsay […]

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How To Present & Make Customers Fall in Love with You and Your Company

As a technical or nontechnical professional (founder or non-founder): it’s important for you to make audiences and customers fall in love with your company! Because, when customers fall in love with your business … They also fall in love with you, with your product, and with your methodology. As a result, they buy into what […]

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The 2-Step Formula For Starting An Engaging Presentation [Video]

The 2-Step Formula For Starting An Engaging Presentation (notes) You only get a few seconds to make a positive first impression. Make your first impression count using this 2-step formula. Step 1: Pattern Interruption Your audience comes to your presentation distracted. They have other things on their mind. You need to interrupt their thoughts and […]

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