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
Leadership is vital.
Nothing like a broad opening statement, huh?
In any organization, any business, any group of people, the effectiveness of accomplishing whatever it is you seek to do, rises and falls on the effectiveness of those Continue reading