Our recent blog, Look For The Sharks – One Way to Avoid an Attack of Presentation Anxiety, discusses a preparation technique that will ensure you won’t get eaten by nerves during your presentations.
Another preparation technique to morph negative nervous energy into positive adrenaline energy Read more [...]
You tell me that you get nervous giving a speech whether you are the CEO talking to your Board, or you are speaking to your colleagues at your monthly association meeting, or you’re the keynoter at a convention.
Recently one of my clients, the CEO who talks regularly to his organization, gave me Read more [...]
“I travel between Asia and USA once every 2 – 3 weeks. In fact, I’m in Hong Kong right now. I speak internationally,” began my conversation with an investor this morning. “What caused you to reach out to my organization?” I asked.
“Once I get into a room of 40 to 50 – the first 5 minutes Read more [...]
You’ve heard me quote Mark Twain who said, “It takes me two weeks to prepare for a good impromptu speech.” You’ve heard me tell you that you should be prepared to speak, no matter the circumstances.
When my name was called out a few days ago as the recipient of the Jos. J. Charbonneau Read more [...]