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Public Speaking Listen to Everyone By: Tom Antion
When you are speaking at an event that has multiple speakers, try to listen to as many of the other speakers as you can. In particular, don't miss the keynote or general session speakers. By doing this you are able to add a polish to your talk and to the ...
Public Speaking I Get So Emotional By: Tom Antion
If you want to get real action out of your audience during a public speaking engagement, then tugging on their heart strings can help make it happen. This is where your storytelling ability can really make you shine.Great storytellers like my friends Maggie Bedrosian and Thelma Wells can take a ...
Public Speaking Mock Ups By: Tom Antion
To add some humor to your public speaking engagement you can make fake newspaper articles and headlines and book covers by using your computer software and printer.To mock up a newspaper article, simply find the column function of your word processor and set the column width to approximate a real ...
Pausest By: Tom Antion
A true NO ZZZZZs presenter doesn't feel that he or she must jabber away constantly to keep the audience awake. Skilled presenters use silence to add to the effectiveness and polish of a program. Theatrical folks have identified a whole bunch of neat pauses which I'm sure they have a ...
Public Speaking Anachronisms By: Tom Antion
A person, place, or event that is placed in a time period in which it does not belong is called an anachronism. For instance, Paul Revere riding a motorcycle or George Washington sitting in front of a computer would be anachronisms. You see advertising strategies using anachronisms all the time, ...
Tie One On for men only By: Tom Antion
I got this tip many years ago from speaker Paul Radde. After shooting one of my first major videos, I noticed that my tie was crooked for most of the video. It looked bad in person, but it looked TERRIBLE on video.Here is the tip:After you have put on your ...
Coupons Rebates By: Tom Antion
Yes, it's true, coupons are not just for newspapers anymore. Not to be a downer, but I personally hate the things. I can't imagine ever voluntarily wasting a perfectly good Sunday morning, getting paper cuts from cutting out the darn things: but to each their own. My opinion aside, there ...
Trust the Key to Success By: Tom Antion
Not everyone is comfortable putting their personal information online. It is up to you to make customers feel at ease while they do business with your company. This means boasting your reputable name on your site with the Verisign Banner or the Better Business Bureau seal. These are not just ...
Public Speaking Pick Your Audience By: Tom Antion
(Did he say "pick" my public speaking audiences?). Yes, I did say pick your audiences. Some of you may not have this luxury because you must do speaking as part of your job, but those of you that do, will move up faster in the speaking world. When you are ...
Public Speaking BanquetLuncheon Tips By: Tom Antion
I have done many public speaking engagements in settings where meals were part of the program. You may want to politely remind the program coordinator to consider some of the following points:ROOM SET-UP (Many of these tips work whether food is being served or not)* Avoid spacing round tables widely ...
Public Speaking Room Setup Makes a Big Difference By: Tom Antion
The arrangement of chairs, the sound system, the lighting and the overall climate of the room can make a big difference in the way a public speaking engagement is received. You may not think you have much control over these items, but think again, because you do.If you have prior ...
Public Speaking How to Deliver a Punch Line By: Tom Antion
The punch line gets its name from the delivery technique used. You must punch the line out a little harder and with a slightly different voice than the rest of the joke. Lean into the microphone and say it louder and more clearly than you said the setup lines. If ...
Creating and Distributing ECourses By: Tom Antion
E-courses are excellent sales tools and a great way to get your knowledge out there. It is very simple to create your course and either sell, or give it away as a ?give-before-you-get? sales technique. If your course is designed to be a freebie, you'll want to give a portion ...
Public Speaking Alliteration By: Tom Antion
When you are speaking in public, humor need not be knee slapping funny to be effective. Here is a mild form of humor to add to your public speaking engagements. Alliteration is the repetition of the same first sound or the same first letter in a group of words or ...
Public Speaking Get Them In Fun By: Tom Antion
Sigmund Freud wrote:"The most favorable condition for comic pleasure is a generally happy disposition in which one is in the mood for laughter. In happy toxic states almost everything seems comic. We laugh at the expectation of laughing, at the appearance of one who is presenting the comic material (sometimes ...
Public Speaking Stage Fright Strategies By: Tom Antion
Stage fright Is Good and Makes You Better Looking Too!Before you learn how to speak in public, it is important to be ready to speak in public. Stage fright is a phenomenon that you must learn to control if you want to be good at public speaking. Actually, stage fright ...
Pamphlets and the Money Theyll Put in Your Pocket By: Tom Antion
People are making a fortune on pamphlets. If you go into an airport you can purchase a pamphlet for around $6.95, and it probably cost under fifty cents to produce. It blows my mind to think that little folded up booklets are the sole reason that some people are rich ...
Search Term Suggestion Tool By: Tom Antion
Overture.com offers a cool function to assist you on your quest to find unique keywords. This tool can also tell you how many times a particular word has been searched within the last 30 days. If you were to enter the word "presentation," the tool would tell you that it ...
How to Make a Website Minus the Headaches By: Tom Antion
There is nothing wrong with making your own website if you are looking to save some money. Be prepared however, for your finished product to resemble an after school project; cutesy, homemade touches and all. It is pretty hard to make your own website and have it look professional; but, ...
Public Speaking Room Setup Checklist By: Tom Antion
* Your first priority is safety. Know where fire exits and extinguishers are.* Have backup equipment and backup plan in case of failure.* Keep room lights at maximum intensity unless slides and/or video projection are being used.* ...
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