LifeHack has rounded up some tips from the world’s best public speakers. These top ideas will not only help you get comfortable on stage, but focus on the elements that will make your talks more engaging and persuasive.
Our friends over at Master’s Programs Guide have shared with us this great infographic about the fear of public speaking, including 7 helpful tips on how to conquer anxiety.
Neil Patel, one of the world’s top online marketers, explores whether or not conferences can positively affect the growth of your business in his article “Is it Worth Speaking at Conferences” published on QuickSprout last year. Patel has spoke at over 230 conferences, and his advice is both insightful and practical. We’ve summarised his article visually, to help share with you his ideas on how to effectively use conferences to grow and promote your company.
Our website has been updated with some fantastic new features; like embeddable speaker cards, and cleaner, clearer and easier to edit speaker profiles.
As an event organizer, it is a delicate balancing act between respecting the speaker, the audience, and the needs of the conference. Making sure that each of sessions and presentations run on time assures fairness to all the speakers and keeps things moving for the audience. Here are some tips on how to keep your speakers on time.
Our website has been updated with some fantastic new features; like the ability to use your LinkedIn login to access your SpeakerHub account faster, new and clearer designs, and the widening of our network of speakers and partners.
In a recent article for Forbes, Bruce Kasanoff shared his best advice for getting grounded and giving showstopping talks. His practical approach focuses primarily on being yourself, and using your personality to fuel the talk. Kasanoff explores what you can do before you get on stage and during your talk, to engage your audience effectively
Most speakers need constant inspiration, especially when they’ve hit a wall in creating content or getting an audience to engage with them on a higher level. With this in mind, here’s a helpful list of over 50 books that speakers can read to become a better speaker.
Your profile is the gateway to attracting speaking opportunities. Here are a few tips on how to make your profile powerful.