Monthly Archives: March 2011

Public Speaking Tip #14: Remember the Next Point in Your Speech

  Looking for a creative way to remember the next part of your speech? Tired of the boring, traditional ways of using printed speech notes and index cards? Watch this video for a couple of creative new ways to jog … Continue reading

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The Power of Respecting an Audience

When you step up in front of an audience to speak, what you are doing is all about the audience. And whether your audience is aware of that fact or not, they will know if you are not giving them … Continue reading

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The 7 Deep Craters PowerPoint Users Often Fall Into and How to Avoid Them

By Featured Speaker Arvee Robinson 1. Don’t put your entire speech on your slides. Not only is this boring, but your audience will be able to see what you’re going to say. Instead, “bullet” or outline your high points. Remember, … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #13: Reading a Speech

  There will be times that you have to read a speech from a document. In this week’s video I give you a few pointers on how to do it while still maintaining a connection with your audience. Print the … Continue reading

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