1. How to Give a Successful Presentation, Bob Bly. This is gold. Treasure it. Bly relies on Dr. Rob Gilbert.
2. Join Toastmasters and practice.
3. Once you learn English, you’ll want to apply it effectively in everyday pursuits. To get there, you’ll want to learn from Chris Voss.
4. So as not to lose your audience in the first minute of your presentation, avoid these 10 sentences.
5. Sensei Humor, “Leadership Through Humor.” Sounds interesting.
6. In exchange for your name and email, Craig Valentine will send you 52 Speaking Tips, one a week for a year.
1. Audience is important. Their limits, assumptions, interests. Know their limits of every sort, of the extent of what they want to hear about, their education, and so forth. Time limits. Be frank. More precious than any other generation before. Limited attention spans. You need to reckon with these things and deal with them in advance. “Counsel, you’ve got x minutes to finish your statements.” Good speakers measure their time. Think deep and think hard. What is the speaker’s purpose?