I mentioned it in the first post of The Public Speaking Waltz, but it’s worth repeating… nerves are an expected, normal part of speaking in front of an audience. If you’re a speaker and you’re not a bit nervous before delivering your message, it’s probably time to stretch yourself with developing a new talk. Continue reading
Have you ever read one of those fill-in-the-blank-phobia lists?
Who knew there was scriptophobia – fear of writing in public? (Did those two lines just prove I’m not affected?) Not surprising however, is the existence of Continue reading
Twenty-one steps. A crisp about-face. A pause for twenty-one seconds. Then twenty-one steps in the new direction.
Then it’s repeated. For thirty minutes. Then a changing of the guard, and a new man begins his watch. Continue reading