Monthly Archives: February 2012

Start from the end

When you’re developing a presentation, you should start with the end goal in mind. What do you want the audience to take away from listening to you speak? Do you want them to buy something? Do you want them to … Continue reading

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Full-Contact Leadership

By Featured Speaker Wally Adamchik Much has been written about the leadership (or lack of leadership) crisis in America today. No business is immune to this crisis, and some are even more susceptible to it than others. Real leaders today … Continue reading

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Look the part … in your marketing

If you want to be an in-demand speaker, you need to look the part. This includes the marketing you do for yourself. Here are some tips for creating the kind of marketing and promotional presence a sought-after speaker would have. … Continue reading

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Overcoming Your Fears of Public Speaking

By Featured Speaker Patricia Fripp You’re waiting your turn to make a speech, when suddenly you realize that your stomach is doing strange things and your mind is rapidly going blank. How do you handle this critical time period? In … Continue reading

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