By Tim Ursiny PhD, Gary DeMoss

ISBN-10: 1402207751

ISBN-13: 9781402207754

ISBN-10: 140221491X

ISBN-13: 9781402214912

The head Performer’s advisor to Speeches and shows is helping businesspeople grasp that the majority daunting of place of work challenges-addressing a bunch of coworkers, consumers or clients. --Overcoming nerves and fear--Preparing for various sorts of speeches--Engaging the viewers

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My ability to read the room and the people in it. I’ve even completely chucked a planned program where I was given leeway with regard to the topic I was presenting, in order to go with where the people and the energy in the room needed to go. Q) What is the #1 most important thing you can do to make a talk soar? A) The most important thing for any speaker to do is to absolutely be with the participants in the room. Forget the PowerPoint behind you, forget your stack of notes and be with the room, not with your speech.

I gave my presentation while these people just sat and watched me. Then they sent me to a little room where I waited for some time before a person came back and congratulated me—they had chosen me to speak at their conference. Now, I still had no clue about how big this meeting was, but I figured it must be a pretty massive event given how much scrutiny I was under. Then they asked if I could be prepared to bring a lot of handouts to the events because they wanted me to be a platform speaker. “Absolutely.

24] Tim Ursiny, PHd, Gary DEMoss With Jim Morel Delivery Delivery is how it all comes out; how you present your knowledge, insights, and views to the audience (whether it be one person or one thousand). We have three primary tools for delivering a message with style: our eyes, our voice, and our body. Think of a rocket ship (shown below). If the payload is the message, the engine is the delivery of our presentation. And as we all know, the payload goes nowhere without an engine. Payload = Message Engine = Delivery Your eyes, voice, and body movements are the external reflection of what is going on internally.

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