[Image by purwaka seta of Pixaby] Are you haunted by scary thoughts about your public speaking skills? If so, you’re definitely not alone or unusual. Good news is that there are techniques to manage your fears, so you don’t have blood-curdling experiences. Here goes: Ghost of Time: My recommendation is that you know your allotted … Read More
Month: October 2022
Are You Accessible?
[Image by Silvia of Pixabay] Being accessible isn’t a new concept, however it is worthy of your consideration. Let’s say some people in your virtual or in-person audience are individuals who have visual, hearing, speaking, mobility, physical, or intellectual challenges. For that matter, members of your audience may have an invisible challenge of which most … Read More
Occasionally we offer a suggestion. It may be to a person, a business, or both. When that happens it’s a good sign because it typically means we’re thinking about a person or business and coming up with an idea. Naturally, not all suggestions are implemented as they may have already been tried, they’re not feasible … Read More
Sounds of Silence
[Image by Arek Socha of Pixabay] Imagine this happening to you…you’re giving a presentation and when you ask your listeners for questions you get complete silence. Okay, maybe not your worst public speaking fear but clearly this is up there as a concern. The sounds of silence can occur whether you’re presenting in-person or virtually … Read More
Know how to KISS?
[Image by JackieLou DL of Pixabay] Some of you read this and thought “I already know how to kiss…” However, I’m not referring to the act but to the acronym which stands for Keep It Short and Simple (KISS). Sounds easy however if it’s so easy why don’t people use this more in business communication? Now … Read More