Save yourself from frustration and embarrassment with these simple tips.
Whatever your motivation, paid public speaking is an exciting, mentally stimulating way to make some cash.
Time is limited, and attention spans are short. Make a smart move, and use video to capture your audience and tell your story.
Jim McKelvey advises aspirational entrepreneurs to listen to the stories of accomplished people with a healthy dose of skepticism. Listen and learn, to be sure, but don't take anyone else's journey as gospel.
Don't let fear silence you, understand how to embrace your nerves at the podium and you will deliver.
'Preparation' means far more than just having your presentation deck in order and your handouts organized.
Get a handle on your fear of public speaking by focusing on creating value with your content and cultivating an appreciation for your audience.
Submit your questions early and learn to improve your video presentation skills during a livestream video Q&A session with the noted communications expert on Friday, May 6 at 3 p.m. EST.
A recent New York Times op-ed ordered people to stop saying 'I Feel Like.' Here are some other common utterances to consider banning as well.
One day you may deliver a speech to potential investors, clients or your peers at an industry conference. Are you ready?
Following the think, feel and act tips will empower your speeches and other presentations.
The technique of making your voice visual creates a structure that provides range, performance and freedom.
Ben Angel says this structured approach to giving presentations will make you a stellar speaker and a more influential person.
Lock down all the details beforehand so nothing goes awry the day of.
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