An expert speaker is much more than a simple speechmaker.
Making a presentation is simply expressing your thoughts or ideas in front of audience.
Fear of public speaking affects many of us, from emerging to experienced speakers.
What if we’re actively engaged with speaking and it just doesn’t seem like it’s getting any easier?
Event organizing is hard work. Even if you’ve done it a hundred times: there are always new challenges around each bend, and sometimes it can be difficult to stay inspired to put your all into each event.
If you could go out for coffee with one of history’s very best public speakers, what would you ask him?
Inspiration sometimes runs dry, and for presenters feeling uninspired can lead to a poor performance.
Where do you go when you need a bit of extra lift? Sometimes the well thought out words of history’s very best orators can be just the ticket.
Being a professional speaker can be one of the most difficult positions one can face.
Getting up on stage, time and time again, takes more bravery than most people will have the courage to muster in their lifetime. Learning to be a truly inspiring speaker takes endless drive and motivation.
Is your talk getting a bit dry?
Have you presented it so many times that it is hard to get inspired to approach it with fresh enthusiasm?
It took Churchill years to perfect his speaking skills. He practiced until he perfected. There is no way to instantly hack this process, but speakers can learn some valuable lessons from watching and studying Churchill’s techniques. Ethos3, a communications agency, explored some of his methods and we’ve summarized their finding visually, giving you three techniques to consider using in your next talk.