Featured Speaker Interview Sample: Carole A. Felton

Carole A. FeltonCarole A. Felton has inspired, motivated and served as a muse and beacon for her audience at her lectures, seminars, workshops and other speaking engagements. Although she acknowledges that public speaking is one tool in the marketing toolbox, she says it is her favorite and most exciting tool.

In this sample excerpt of my interview with Carole for Public Speaking Super Powers, she talks about her journey to public speaking success. “I’ve always regarded public speaking as another wonderful prong of the marketing mix, because it gives you the added component of direct interaction.”

 
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“I think speech patterns are important as a speaker, so that you don’t assume that you can use a phrase that generalizes. I think the more specific you are, and of course the more clear you are, the clarity of what you say, the enunciation, the interesting tone that you use, I think all of that is important.”
~ Carole A. Felton

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About Carma

Carma Spence, author of Public Speaking Super Powers, is an award-winning editor with more than 20 years experience in marketing, public relations and science communication. She is a multi-dimensional entrepreneur, a certified life coach, science fiction writer and poet. She is able to see people's brilliance and help them bring their genius to light. The wind beneath her clients’ wings, Carma provides creative entrepreneurs with expert advice on branding and online presence, as well as the emotional support necessary to carve out their niche for success online. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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