Advice for Speakers, not all Good…read on…
Bad Advice for Good Speakers? Oh yes, There’s more than you could ever read or watch, available in Books, CD’s, DVD’s, On-line, Off-line, webinars and Seminars. All promising information & training for Speakers. Some of it’s good, some of it’s not so good, and some of it’s awful and not only can it be… outrageously expensive, it sometimes delivers bad advice for any communicator including Speakers & Presenters.
My ideas & my advice, is to keep both your information and especially your Presentation delivery Simple, Truthful, and Natural. Learn to produce an honest, easy to follow logical Performance. For all the aspects of your speech or presentation that you must prepare, it is in the final stage, a Performance. Design your presentation to position yourself as Competent, Believable, and Trustworthy.
If you want to achieve your goal(s), that’s the reason you’re participating in this event, then your final success will ride on the support of the Audience, isn’t that right? So all the preparation work you invest in could be lost in the final Performance. Consider the opportunity every time you prepare to Speak.
Now, Let’s watch the Video for 3 bits of advice that you should avoid when preparing & delivering your information.
“Trustworthy” ~ a Good Reputation to have as a Speaker.
Trust is one of those personal imprints that you can’t buy,
it has to be earned. And frankly, you have that opportunity
every time you position yourself in front of your Audience.
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