The Case for Toastmasters

The Case for Toastmasters

I regularly recommend Toastmasters to my clients who want a chance to get public speaking experience in a relaxed, supportive environment. As a long-time fan, I was pleased recently to have the chance to ask a few questions of Toastmasters’ CEO, Daniel Rex. So here are the basics you need to know about Toastmasters – […]

The Three Questions that Predict Public Speaking Failure

The Three Questions that Predict Public Speaking Failure

As a speaker coach, and nurturer of speaking careers, I hear from people every day asking for help to become a paid speaker, a more successful paid speaker, a speaker who gets standing ovations, a speaker who breaks the mold and defies the categories, a speaker who changes the world. And I love it; it’s […]

The Three Mega-Trends Affecting Public Speakers Today

The Three Mega-Trends Affecting Public Speakers Today

I blog all the time about the latest neuroscience as it affects communications and public speaking. It’s also important not to neglect the bigger trends, so in this post I’m stepping back from the fray to identify the three mega-trends that I see affecting professional public speaking today. If you’re a keynote speaker, then you […]