Over the past few months I’ve delivered and listened to a lot of speeches, especially at Blogworld Expo last month. I heard some good ones and some not so good ones. Sadly, a lot of these mediocre speeches could have been good, even great – they had the right “bones” (e.g. good speaker, engaging topic) – but they lacked what makes a speech interesting, compelling and memorable.
It wasn’t talent or ability that was holding these speakers back, it was education.
That’s why I’ve decided to team up with CharityHowTo.com to deliver my own public speaking training course, which will be grounded in my own experiences speaking before many, many audiences, including teaching public speaking at Penn State. (No, I didn’t know Jerry Sandusky.)
My qualifications as an instructor public speaking are just one reason why you should sign up for my public speaking course. Here are nine more.
Just showing up doesn’t cut it anymore.… Keep reading