What does it mean to speak with authority? And why do you need to speak with authority if you’re going to discuss difficult topics? All of that is covered in this video.
In my previous video, I talked about dealing with the 3 Ds by bringing the 3 As. Confused? Well, watching that video would help a little bit. Another thing would be to watch the video below, in which I discuss one of those As in more detail. That A, stands for Authenticity.
Maybe it’s because I’m an only child, but ever since I was a teen, I have never been afraid to “attract attention to myself” as my mom would put it. (Often.) Therefore, I’ve never been one to shy away from bringing tough topics to the stage. However, I was recently asked a question about speaking on tough topics, and I …
How many times do you edit your speech before you finally take it to the stage? Here’s a better question. How many times do you edit your speech unnecessarily before you take it to the stage? Let’s try that again. How much time do you waste, and how much frustration do you cause yourself by unnecessarily editing your speech before …
Are you delivering speeches while sitting at your desk? You need to stop that. You need to stand and deliver. Watch this video to learn why and to get some quick tips on how you can make that happen.
It’s official! I am now on Instagram! My handle is @LastWritesSpeechcraft Would you like to know what I’m going to be doing on Instagram? Watch the video below to find out. HINT: There is something I am offering on Instagram that you cannot get on any other platform. Find out what that is in the video.
People tell you all the time. “Be careful what you wish for; you just might get it!” How is getting what you wish for a bad thing? Well, there are actually two potential pitfalls of getting what you wish for. Watch the video to find out what they are.
Many people prepare a presentation thinking “This topic is too scientific/technical. You can’t make it interesting.” Not true… In this video, I explain one of the greatest advances in medical history. I make it fun, and I make it memorable. How? I make the content relatable to the audience, I keep it simple (so simple that I’ve given this talk …
I’ve been cooking something up for a little while, now. You are about to be served. Watch the video to find out what I’m talking about. Then ensure you are following me on social media because that’s where you can take advantage of this spectacular offer. Here are links to my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn pages.
When speaking virtually (eg on Zoom), speakers are doing something bad. They have a tendency to end sooner than they ought to. Watch this video for an explanation of what I mean. It also explains why that sends such a bad message to your audience.