This is the second in our series on speechcraft fundamentals. If you missed unit 1, you can find it here. In this video, you will learn how to structure the points of your speech so that your audience can more easily: Follow your speech. Recall your points long afterward.
You want to write a speech, but where do you start? Simple. You start with your message. In this first installment of a multi-part series, you’ll find out what a message is and why it’s so important to have one before, while and after you craft your speech.
You may think you’re fooling people, but all you’re doing is lying to yourself. What am I talking about? Watch the video to find out.
You have likely seem my World Championship speech from Vancouver. (Just in case you have not, it’s at the end of this post.) However, there is a long story behind it that is full of setbacks, and there are two lessons that you can learn from it. Watch the video, below, for all that. And here is “My Life As …
There are a number of things you can learn about public speaking from the world of pro wrestling. This might be the first of a series of such tips. Watch the video below to see what you can learn from one of the biggest voices in pro wrestling. Howard Finkel. Who? Watch the video.
What can a planned water shutdown in my condo building teach you about public speaking? One major thing with a couple if individual applications, actually. Watch the video to learn more. Please Like, Share and Comment!
Have you ever heard of “The Announcer’s Test”? You can read about it here. And you can watch me perform it in the video below.
Here is some speaking advice you may never hear again because it’s something NICE speakers don’t do. I agree. NICE speakers don’t do this. Only GREAT speakers.
COVID-19 has changed the world. It has even changed the way I do these videos. Watch the video below to learn more. Also… see which OTHER group of people deserves to be called “heroes” during this crisis.
Would you like to see one of my earliest speeches? You can in the video below.