How To Be A Great Speaker In The Digital Age

Welcome to the digital age! I’m pretty sure that by now just about all of us have one of those fancy smartphones in our pocket or purse. The world around us has definably changed and as speakers, we need to change with it. When I’m working with speakers who are just starting out, I’m always … Read moreHow To Be A Great Speaker In The Digital Age

What To Do When Your Speaking Time Gets Reduced

How much time do you think that you’ll be given to deliver your next speech? I’m willing to bet that the original amount of time that you are told that you’ll have will more often than not turn out to be more than what you actually end up with despite the importance of public speaking. … Read moreWhat To Do When Your Speaking Time Gets Reduced

How To Add More Humor To Your Next Speech

In a speaker’s bag of tricks, humor is one of the most powerful tools that any of us have to maximize the importance of public speaking. However, despite being powerful to use, humor is notoriously difficult to use correctly. It can be all too easy to come up with something that we think is outrageously … Read moreHow To Add More Humor To Your Next Speech

5 Tips For How A Public Speaker Should Handle A Holiday Toast

It is never too early to start planning on what you’re going to be saying in public during the next holiday season. More often than not, there will be gatherings of friends, family, or perhaps coworkers. When a group of people get together, there is always a desire to wish each other good luck. The … Read more5 Tips For How A Public Speaker Should Handle A Holiday Toast

Public Speakers Need To Learn How To Cut The Fat Out Of Their Next Speech

If there is one thing in the world that all of us would probably like to do it’s to lose some weight. No matter if it’s just a few pounds or a whole bunch, we’d all like to be just a bit smaller than we are right now. What’s interesting about this is that there … Read morePublic Speakers Need To Learn How To Cut The Fat Out Of Their Next Speech