The other day someone asked me one of the most common questions I hear:
How do you know what to talk about?
If you have a very specific assignment from the boss, then you may be given very strict limits, however, more often than not when you are given a public speaking “opportunity,” you are also given a lot of leeway. Continue reading The Dirty Little Secret
You are probably wasting a lot of time practicing. I’m guilty. Most people I’ve coached fall into two categories, perfectionists and procrastinators–and it’s not unusual that the procrastinators actually do better. Continue reading You Don’t Need “Practice”
Giving a speech? Writing a blog? Leading a team?
Whose advice can you actually trust? If you follow bad public speaking advice or misguided writing tips, you’ll end up worse off than you started. Who should you listen to? The answer is completely counter intuitive.
Continue reading Want Good Advice? Don’t Listen to this Person