Monthly Archive: October 2007

Oct 28

Gaining an Audiences Attention

When you do public speaking, whether you are getting paid for it or not, you have to realise that an audience’s attention span is short. I don’t mean to sound dull, but in this day-and-age with MTV-style editing on TV, thousands of channels, the internet people need to be able to flip from one piece …

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Oct 19

Top Comedy Secrets review

Let me start by saying that I don’t believe there is a single secret, tool, or formula that will make you a successful  humorous speaker or help you learn stand-up comedy. But there are methods that allow you to harness the sense of humour you already possess. That, plus a little bit of effort. I think it’s …

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Oct 18

Comedy and Public Speaking

Being able to incorporate humour into your speeches is greatly going to help you become a popular and sought after speaker. People always love it when a speaker can make them laugh. It especially helps when you can tie your humour into your speech topic, so that your message is better remembered. Let me give …

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Oct 16

The FAQ Book on Public Speaking

Who else is going to read the hot new book on public speaking and discover the secrets to being a great speaker? I know I will. By now, you’ve probably heard about the brilliant new book on Public Speaking which was launched last week entitled: The FAQ Book on Public Speaking It’s been compiled by …

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Oct 12

Public Speaking Fear – Nancy Tierney

I just want to touch upon some things that Nancy Tierney from Unconditional Confidence posted in my comments section relating to a previous post I made about the fear of public speaking. Re-read that here. In case you haven’t seen it I’m going to comment on some of things that she’s written about it here. She …

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