Winston Churchill is one of Europe’s most prolifically inspiring public speakers. But surprisingly, although his career as a politician and speaker was long, his three most famous speeches all occurred within a year. When he found his niche, he was able to inspire and change a nation of people.
Making a presentation is simply expressing your thoughts or ideas in front of audience.
Staying inspired to speak year after year can be difficult. It’s easy to get sucked into the mundane side of proposals and contracts and hotel breakfasts.
But when you are passionate, your message can have a tremendous effect on your audience. That why we wanted to start this month off with a bit of motivation.
We stumbled upon this article by Nick Morgan published on January 3rd 2017 by Forbes. They offer their top tips for speakers for 2017, and we hope their advice invigorates you and offers fresh inspiration.
Skip the summary and see the full article here.
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?
In the past few months, we’ve been working on crafting a handful of features specifically for our VIP users, including making paying events more front-and-centre.
Additionally, there are some new features for all of our speakers and organizers, to help you make better connections.
Our free service is, and will remain, a fantastic way to showcase what you do as a speaker. For speakers who are looking for more, whether that is extra tools and content, or more visibility within the SpeakerHub network, the packages will help you. With the Premium package, you will get 70% more visibility throughout the site. Find out more below.
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.
We've come a long way in 1 year - here is what SpeakerHub has achieved since its launch in January 2016.
If you could go out for coffee with one of history’s very best public speakers, what would you ask him?