oBetter Writing and Better Speaking!
Would you like to be better speaker?
Here’s one of the best tips I could ever give.
Write! That’s correct, write!
Blog regularly. And after you written a blog post, record the audio of it. I put mine into an iTunes Podcast Channel.
Now, I got to tell you, it was a very humbling experience! The first time I listened to my podcast, I found grammatical errors. I found spelling errors. I had to rewrite some things. Well, that helped my writing.
But as I was listening, that was humbling, also! Sometimes I mumble. Sometimes my voice faded. But, I got to tell you, that was one of best things I’ve ever done, and I try to do it every time I write a blog post.
Written Post + Audio Post =
better writing and better speaking.
Fred Miller, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking!”
Do you want to improve your public speaking? Well, now’s the time to observe the good and the bad.
Watch those debates! Watch the interviews with the candidates!
Oh my gosh! The reason Trump is “trumping” everyone – the guy is natural, He is not scripted. He is just saying it the way it is.
People feel they could sit down with the guy, and have a beer. He’s one of them. Read More→
0Time to Observe Public Speaking and Presentation Skills.
Although the election date isn’t until November 8, 2016, campaigning has already begun!
The debates have started. Candidate interviews, formal and informal, are taking place multiple times daily.
Both parties, special interest groups, and individuals are looking for positive soundbites from their candidate and negative ones from the competition and opposition.
Stump speeches are being delivered at state fairs, town hall meetings, and smaller gatherings. Q&A is usually part of each event, and candidates should be well prepared to provide answers. If the media isn’t attending, you can bet someone is recording the happening with their camera or cell phone and, often, posting it online. Read More→
That is my mantra and no one ever challenges it. Why would they!
- People perceive really good speakers as Experts.
- We like to work with Experts.
- Experts can command more money for their products and services.
- Delivering a great presentation is an excellent way to let others know you are the Expert they might want to hire and would be comfortable referring.
If you want to build your business, advance your career, or seek leadership opportunities, now is the time to develop a great Signature Presentation to help capture those opportunities!
Your Signature Presentation, ideally, should:
- Be about something you are passionate about.
- Be a topic you have a great deal of expertise on.
- Appeal to a wide range of audiences.
- Not be a sales pitch.
- One you have practiced ad nauseam.
Choosing your topic.
Think about, then answer these questions: Read More→