“Your audience: They might hate you, they might love you, they might not care. But all of them, no question, they do not want to be bored. So in that case, no matter who they are, that audience is really supporting you in that they want you to be interesting.”
– Joel Schwartzberg
from Public Speaking Super Powers
A former National Champion collegiate public speaker, Joel Schwartzberg has coached competitive public speaking teams at The University of Pennsylvania, Seton Hall University, Queens College, and St. Joseph’s University. He was inducted into the National Forensic Association Hall of Fame in 2002, and currently teaches public speaking courses in New York City and Washington, D.C. for Mediabistro.com.
Joel is also an online executive for PBS, a screenwriter and iVillage blogger, and author of an award-winning collection of essays, The 40-Year-Old Version.
For more information: www.joelschwartzberg.net