What To Do When Stage Fright Suddenly Strikes

Are you someone who doesn’t experience stage fright until the last minute? Stage fright can be a speaker’s worst nightmare. You are too nervous to step out on stage and you worry that you will ruin your own performance. The expectations of the audience are high and...

What Is A Speaking Style Made Of?

You know from last week that having your own speaking style is important. Whether you think it is or it isn’t, it is helpful to know what makes a speaker unique. Your speaking style will dictate the way you speak and the way you present information. Understanding the...

Why Your Own Speaking Style Is Important

Doesn’t it sound great to be the next Steve Jobs or Tony Robbins? Admit it, it would be nice to be the next breakout star on the public speaking stage. Your talents would be sought after and you would influence future generations. You watch their presentations, you...

7 Questions To Ask About Visual Aids

Are you worried that your visual aids are terrible? As powerful as visual aids are, it is possible for speakers to use them incorrectly. All the hard work spent making them, yet they aren’t used to their best effect. Seems like a big waste of time, doesn’t it? You...

What Is A Topic People Can Relate To?

Do you wonder what topics people will find interesting? It’s a question that is on the minds of many speakers. You love the topics that you are interested in, but you don’t know if the audience would think the same way. You are worried that if you speak to your...

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