Monthly Archives: August 2012

An Introduction is not an Opening

Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed something interesting. A lot of people get confused about the difference between an introduction and an opening. They couldn’t be more different, but people mix up the words. So let me set you … Continue reading

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Speakers are leaders

While watching the 2003 disaster film “The Core” I had a mini aha moment. Watch this video to find out what I’m talking about. (And be sure to watch to the end for some fun outtakes!) Sharing the downs as … Continue reading

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Leverage nervous energy to improve your presentations

Face it, you are going to experience at least some nervous energy whenever you get to speak. But it doesn’t need to debilitate you. It’s all in how you choose to look at your nervous energy. You can look at … Continue reading

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Speaking from your core

If you aren’t being authentic when you’re on stage, your message won’t get across and you’ll lose your audience. Many of the featured speakers I interviewed for Public Speaking Super Powers said that authenticity was one of the top keys … Continue reading

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