Monthly Archives: May 2011

Public Speaking Tip #23: Wearing a Hat

  Would you like to wear a hat during your next presentation? This week, I talk a little bit about wearing a hat when you get up to speak, including all the things you need to consider when selecting your … Continue reading

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Video Critique: Confidence Building Techniques With Jay Jay The Illusionist

I recently watched this video below presented by Gideon Shalwick, who helps people better use online video in their business. The topic was how to confident in front of the camera. And, for that topic alone, the video is worth … Continue reading

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Color in Public Speaking Does Not Refer to What You Are Wearing

By Featured Speaker Nancy Daniels One of the requirements for dynamic speaking, whether it is at the lectern or just in normal conversation, is to be expressive when you talk. This is known as color and refers to your vocal … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #22: Commit to Improving Your Super Powers

  If you want to be a good speaker, you need to understand your innate talents and develop them so they become better. In this sneak peak of Billy Arcement’s interview, he shares his thoughts on developing your own public … Continue reading

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