Principles of Public Speaking – the Final Seven

With this blog post, I’m concluding a series of public speaking principles that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  The final seven concern general issues of delivery and the speaker. 71.Find ways to protect […]

Principles of Public Speaking – X

Principles of Public Speaking – X

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the penultimate seven, concerning conditions around speaking and speeches. 64.The most […]

Principles of Public Speaking – IX

Principles of Public Speaking – IX

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the next seven, about the conditions of speaking. 57.Props enhance a speech […]

Principles of Public Speaking – VIII

Principles of Public Speaking – VIII

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the next seven, about some structural issues of speechmaking. 50.In public speaking, […]

Principles of Public Speaking – VII

Principles of Public Speaking – VII

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the next seven. 43.A speech is a whole, not a collection of […]

Principles of Public Speaking – VI

Principles of Public Speaking – VI

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the next seven, concerning the content of a great speech. 36.A great […]

Josh Linkner and the Speaker Boot Camp

Josh Linkner and the Speaker Boot Camp

I’m taking time off from the principles of public speaking to publish a post with Josh Linkner.  Back at the principles later this week. Josh Linkner is a phenomenon on the global speaking circuit.  He’s written three books, two of them New York Times bestsellers.  He’s a serial entrepreneur, having launched five successful businesses.  He’s a […]

Principles of Public Speaking – V

Principles of Public Speaking – V

I’m continuing a series of public speaking principles in the next few blog posts that are a summation of what I’ve learned about this fiendishly difficult art and science over three decades of practice, coaching, learning from others, and research, especially neuroscience.  Here are the next seven, numbers 29 through 35.  These principles address some of […]