Public Speakers Need To Put The Jigsaw Puzzle Together To Have A Good Closing

When it comes to wrapping up a speech that you are giving, you want to do it rightand not leave your audience wondering why you stopped talking all of a sudden. Two great ways to do this are to use the “jigsaw puzzle” and the “future vision” closing techniques. For the right speech, using one … Read morePublic Speakers Need To Put The Jigsaw Puzzle Together To Have A Good Closing

Tales From The Frontline Of Speaking: The Story Of A Keynote

Sure it’s all good for me to go on and on about how you can improve your public speaking skills; however, what happens when I get the call to come and deliver a keynote speech in front of a room of strangers? It’s times like this that everything that I’ve learned about public speaking gets … Read moreTales From The Frontline Of Speaking: The Story Of A Keynote

4 Things A Presenter Should NEVER Do

Check with just about any professional speaker or pick up a book at the book store on public speaking and you’ll get some great advice. They’ll tell you exactly what you SHOULD be doing. That’s all good, but what’s been missing has been anyone talking about the other side of that coin – what should … Read more4 Things A Presenter Should NEVER Do

Helping Your Audience By Going After An Iceberg With A Shotgun

If how you wrap up your next speech is really the most important part of the speech, then what’s the best way to do it? The last thing in the world that you want to do is to end up leaving your audience flat – thanks for listening to me, got any questions? Instead, you … Read moreHelping Your Audience By Going After An Iceberg With A Shotgun

Why Your Speech’s Ending Doesn’t Work And What To Do About It

Quiz time: what’s the most important part of your next speech? The opening? The points that you make in the middle to support your position or idea? Nope,it’s the close. The last few words out of your mouth are the ones that will have the greatest impact on your audience. Since this is true, why … Read moreWhy Your Speech’s Ending Doesn’t Work And What To Do About It