Monthly Archives: February 2011

Public Speaking Tip #11: The Power of Silence

  Any given presentation is composed of two things: sounds and silence. The words you speak are the sounds, and the pauses in between are silence. Did you know that silence can be as powerful as words? It is all … Continue reading

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The Power of Authenticity

After passion for your topic, the most common public speaking super power I found was the Power of Authenticity. But what does that mean in the context of public speaking? When someone is authentic, they are worthy of our trust … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Self Promotion

By Featured Speaker Barry Maher A PR expert I’ll call Dale Andrews heard that a local charity was looking to hire a consultant to help with their public relations. He really needed the work and, after racking his brain on … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #10: Using props during a presentation

  Do you use props in your presentations? In today’s tip, I share a few pointers on how to use props. For example: As Jill Lublin suggests, when you are talking about your book, hold it up near your face … Continue reading

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