Monthly Archives: November 2010

Lose the Distracting Body Movements

Your body movement during your presentation has the ability to strengthen the impact of your message … or it can be a serious distraction. One of your goals as a speaker is to look so natural with your movements and … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Remember Your Material

One of the most common reasons people fear public speaking is that they blank out and forget their entire speech. I remember when I was competing on the speech team in high school, I did a speech on memory. In … Continue reading

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Achieving Success in Professional Speaking

The real success of every presentation is leaving your audience with something of value. What do they get out of spending time listening to your presentation? Many people believe that they need natural brilliance in speaking and presenting well. They … Continue reading

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The Speaker Sets the Message’s Tone

As a professional speaker, everything you do the minute you walk into the room sets the tone for your message. Without even speaking one word, you can determine just how many people you will reach because their engagement with your … Continue reading

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