Posts Tagged ‘ public speaking ’

5 Steps to Building a Solid Client-Attracting Marketing Funnel for Your Speaking Business

Sep 19th, 2011 | By
5 Steps to Building a Solid Client-Attracting Marketing Funnel for Your Speaking Business

5 Steps to Building a Solid Client-Attracting Marketing Funnel for Your Speaking Business by E.G. Sebastian (while this article was written for speakers, many of the concepts apply to coaches, consultants, authors… ) Difficulty Level: Beginner t0 Intermediate  I met some really bright speakers in the past, some that started their speaking business the right way and
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HOW TO KEEP FROM LOSING YOUR VOICE WHEN EVERYONE AROUND YOU IS SNEEZING AND COUGHING IN YOUR FACE

Jun 3rd, 2011 | By
HOW TO KEEP FROM LOSING YOUR VOICE WHEN EVERYONE AROUND YOU IS SNEEZING AND COUGHING IN YOUR FACE

By Susan Berkley What’s the best way to maintain your vocal health? To find out, I interviewed top Ear, Nose and Throat specialist, Dr. Wallace Rubin. Dr. Rubin is a clinical professor of otorhinolaryngology and bio communication at Louisiana State University and has a private practice in New Orleans. Dr. Rubin very graciously took time
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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU DON’T LIKE THE SOUND OF YOUR SPEAKING VOICE

May 31st, 2011 | By
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU DON’T LIKE THE SOUND OF YOUR SPEAKING VOICE

By Susan Berkley Do you remember the first time you heard yourself on tape, on an answering machine or voice mail? You may have been shocked and thought: “Do I really sound like THAT?” As you start to become aware of your voice you may feel it is: –         “Letting you down badly” –         “Getting
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HOW TO GET ANY AUDIENCE TO LOVE AND ADMIRE YOU: Six Lessons Learned From FDR’s Fireside Chats

May 30th, 2011 | By
HOW TO GET ANY AUDIENCE TO LOVE AND ADMIRE YOU:  Six Lessons Learned From FDR’s Fireside Chats

By Susan Berkley Although TV and radio are mass media, the best broadcasters are able to make each listener feel as if they are sharing an intimate one-on-one conversation. They never elevate themselves above their audience, but speak to everyone as if they were a dear, cherished friend. Perhaps the first broadcaster to use this technique was
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HOW TO SOUND LIKE YOU MEAN BUSINESS (EVEN WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE A WIMP INSIDE)

May 10th, 2011 | By
HOW TO SOUND LIKE YOU MEAN BUSINESS (EVEN WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE A WIMP INSIDE)

There comes a time in life when we need to throw our weight around. To be taken seriously. To command attention. Not to intimidate or manipulate others (I hope) but to take a powerful…

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A to Z Basics & Glossary – Business Terms Definitions

Jun 20th, 2010 | By

Business Terms Definitions Are there any marketing, business terms, coaching or related terms that you are not clear about? See if you find them in out list below.  Post your term in the comments section, IF you don’t see the term/s below.  Feel free to ask any questions related to your business and we’ll do
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