Category Archives: Guest Author

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

Posted in Guest Author, The Business of Public Speaking | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Full-Contact Leadership

I Can’t Believe He Said the D-Word!

By Featured Speaker Nancy Daniels Recently I had the opportunity to hear an international speaker address a large group of women. The women’s ages ranged from their 20’s to their 60’s. While the speaker used the F-word once, the silence … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Author, Respecting an Audience | Tagged , | Comments Off on I Can’t Believe He Said the D-Word!

Improve Your Speaking With This Simple Scoring Tool

By Featured Speaker Lily Iatridis We all want to improve public speaking skills, don’t we? Toastmasters is fantastic for having a group of peers support one another as everyone works on their skills. But sometimes, there isn’t a toastmaster’s club … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Author, Public Speaking Tips | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Eliminating Negative Thoughts and Behaviors

By Featured Speaker Davida Shensky Editorial Note: Negative thoughts and behaviors can greatly affect the effectiveness of your public speaking. That’s why I chose to run this particular story today. You need to believe in yourself, your topic and your … Continue reading

Posted in Guest Author | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Eliminating Negative Thoughts and Behaviors