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How to Achieve Emotional Power in Speeches and Presentations

Jul 21, 2019 by Gary Genard

Want to be a presenter or keynote speaker who moves audiences? Here's how to achieve emotional power in speeches and presentations. read more »

5 Ways to Be a Hit Speaker at Your Next Conference

Aug 05, 2018 by Gary Genard

Do your speeches sink out of sight at conferences? They might, if you look and sound like every other presenter. Instead, here are 5 ways to be a hit speaker at your next conference!  read more »

The Secret Strategy that Will Make What You Say Powerful

Mar 25, 2018 by Gary Genard

Can you 'paint word-pictures' for your listeners? From conversations to formal speeches, it's the secret strategy that will make what you say powerful. read more »

9 Positive Character Traits You Need to Show When You Speak

Oct 01, 2017 by Gary Genard

Do audiences love hearing you speak? Here are 9 powerful qualities you should display to show a positive outlook and personality.  read more »

Get to 'Wow!' How to Give a Great Performance In a Speech or Presentation

Sep 03, 2017 by Gary Genard

How's the 'Wow' effect in your public speaking? Do you achieve stage presence? Here's how to combine great material with performance charisma! read more »

The Visual You: Why Body Language Matters when You Speak

Jun 18, 2017 by Gary Genard

  Your body language matters when it comes to persuading and influencing others. Here are 5 secrets of nonverbal communication to help you speak with power! read more »

How to Avoid Giving Presentations that Make You Look Bad

Sep 18, 2016 by Gary Genard

Have you heard the 'rules' about giving an effective speech? Here's how to resist by-the-numbers presentations that actually keep you from reaching your goal!  read more »

50 Easy Ways to Be Better at Public Speaking

Nov 10, 2013 by Gary Genard

Conduct an audience analysis to understand your listeners' needs. Chat with people ahead of time so they're not an audience of strangers. Take 5 minutes to calm your nerves beforehand. Smile. Make ... read more »

How Your Right Brain Can Make You an Exciting Public Speaker

Jun 16, 2013 by Gary Genard

In December 1996, Harvard anatomist Jill Bolte Taylor suffered a massive hemorrhage—a stroke—in the left hemisphere of her brain. In her TED talk, Dr. Taylor discusses how "cool" she thought it was ... read more »

To Give a Killer Presentation, Take Your Audience on a Journey

May 26, 2013 by Gary Genard

   "A succesful talk is a little miracle," TED curator Chris Anderson tells us in his Harvard Business Review article, "How to Give a Killer Presentation." ... read more »

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