Public Speaking Tips + Presentation Delivery Help/Pointers
Got a meeting or giving a speech? Check out these helpful tips on public speaking.
I’ve done the “speak for free to five people in a room that holds 100″ thing (proof), I’ve been paid keynote fee’s and everything in between, I figured it was time to share what I’ve learned.
Have you ever spoken to a group of people, only to get a blank stare? Whether presenting one-on-one or to a group, many speakers drone on and on, unaware that people are tuning them out. Discover how to keep your audience’s attention in today’s fast paced world!
According to Jerry Weissman in his book, “Presenting to Win,” there are over 30 million PowerPoint presentations given every day. Unfortunately, these presentations are not captivating or memorable. Thus, a lack of presentation training in America is creating a business culture that abuses presentation software and the art of public speaking. Let’s get back to the basics and adopt something I like to call the BRAVO formula.
People remember 20% of what they hear...and 30% of what they see...but 50% of what they hear and see in combination. Here are some strategies to create a memorable and powerful presentation through a combination of great graphics and dynamic delivery.
Tips for shy, introverted, or quiet people to become better speakers, shared by a geeky speaker who overcame his awkwardness to deliver a great performance.
Feeling some nervousness before giving a speech is natural and even beneficial, but too much nervousness can be detrimental. Here are some proven tips on how to control your butterflies and give better presentations.
In American culture, it’s generally regarded that bigger is better. But at 5-foot-4, Kevin Lerner believes that America is adopting a culture of shortness and brevity…but is this shift a good thing? In this article, Kevin Lerner explores the increasing trend toward succinct and brief writing, with a two-sided argument exploring whether the brevity is beneficial or whether it's dulling our dendrites.