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Lose Stagefright Over Your Lunch Hour


While teaching a two-day Speaking Confidence program to a group of 25 government secretaries, I wanted to give them practice using their personal experience to help others. So I gave them a simple assignment to ponder over their lunch hour: Think of a lesson they'd learned in life and share that lesson with the group when they came back.

Demand Dignity in Public Speaking Training


Mandy*, a bright, attractive professional woman, had a fear of speaking in front of groups. Recognizing that her feelings of vulnerability and self-consciousness were limiting her potential, she showed up for a presentation skills class filled with trepidation. In the class, the students spent the morning listening to the instructor explain the rules of public speaking. That afternoon, they gave their presentations to the group.

Speakers Learn How to Define Your Niche


This is one of the hardest things speakers have to do - defining their niche, and in most cases, it can stop them dead in their tracks. Inexperienced speakers have a tendency to generalize themselves and that won?t lead to those successful paid speaking engagements. You must be creative and innovative; find your own niche and become the most well known speaker in that niche.

How to Create a Compelling Media Kit


A well-built media kit is vital for effective marketing. Without it, all your promotional efforts could be wasted. You might be able to talk a good game and get the ?hiring? company energized and excited about your speech presentations, but when they request your media kit and see a skimpy, unattractive, and uninformative package with only a couple of documents and nothing more, all that ?talk? will have been for nothing!

What is YOUR Speaking Expertise?


Why do you have to be an expert when getting speaking engagements?

Giving Your Audience Great Benefits


What benefit do you provide the audience?

How VALUABLE is Your Speaking Topic?


What information can be used immediately by the audience and what is to follow?

Speaking for FUN and PROFIT


How do you gain contacts from a speaking engagement?

Getting Yourself Known


What are the 5 best ways of getting known in the speaking industry?

Getting on the Speakers List


How do you get your name on a speakers list?

How to Use your Inner Circle


Who do you know that knows that you speak?

How to Promote yourself as a Speaker on the Web


Why use the web for promoting your speaking engagements?

How to Get Paid to Speak


Now that you have all the contacts you can possibly use, when can you expect to get paid for speaking or other business engagements?

Internet Marketing and Public Speaking: Seven Steps to a Successful Murder Board


I recently posted an article providing tips on public speaking for internet marketers, and was bombarded with Emails asking me to expand on one tip in particular?how to conduct a Murder Board, a realistic simulated practice. I did so in a follow-up article providing a more detailed explanation of this practice method, which has its origins in the US military. Now, below, I provide the seven step method to conduct this invaluable practice. This is excerpted from Chapter 14 of my book, The Shortcut to Persuasive Presentations.

Speak in Public! Who Me?


The first time I had to speak in front of a group was in Air Force boot camp. I had always been very shy, naive, and backward. During Air Force boot camp I was so impressed by my training instructors, I volunteered to be one!

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