Category Archives: Writing

District Leadership Summit–Feb 1st, NYC

Harnessing the Power of Preparation for Public Speaking Excellence

Which do you enjoy more:

A) presenting a polished prepared speech 

B) winging it at an impromptu table topics session

C) do I have to decide between the two?

If your answer is ‘C’, then you’re in luck. I’ll show you how to be well-prepared for any impromptu speaking opportunity that may materialize at a moment’s notice, especially the dreaded ‘pop-in boss’ scenario.

Join Me for my Interview with NFAA


Public Speaking Strategies for Introverted Writers

I’m a transparent type of guy so here’s a little secret for you: I’m an introverted writer. And, as an introverted writer, I greatly enjoy capturing my thoughts on paper. One activity I savor even more is…wait for it…sharing my ideas with a live audience.
 
Click below to discover how to enjoy speaking on stage…

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No Time To Prepare Your Next Presentation? No Problem!

Imagine this scenario: your boss calls you into his office and explains that you’ll be giving an important presentation tomorrow morning to a group of senior managers within your organization. Reality check time: Do you feel the same way as when…

A) Your warm shower suddenly turns icy cold
B) Your small plane enters a disturbingly dark thunder cloud
C) Your rickety old elevator abruptly stops between floors

Click below to discover how to design a presentation when you’re pinched for time…

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