How a Famous Quote Can Turn a Good Presentation into a Memorable One

"JFK Inaugural address"

JFK Inaugural address

“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

Who doesn’t get the chills when watching a video of former President John F. Kennedy making this powerful statement during his Presidential inaugural address 61 years ago? …Read more…

Stage Fright Can be Your Best Friend

Sweaty palms. Heart palpitations. Knees knocking. We all know the signs of stage fright.

"Let stage fright be your friend"

Let stage fright be your friend

And no matter how experienced you are at public speaking, stage fright happens to everyone. Instead of trying to ignore it, embrace it and get to know your own personal signs of stage fright.

Accept anxiety as a positive sign that your body is saying that all systems are ready to go.

But many speakers succumb to stage fright. Some common reactions: …Read more…

My Heart is Racing So Fast I Think I’m Going to Faint!

Being a little nervous before a presentation, or media interview, is only natural.overcome-stage-fright3-150x1501 However, it’s not natural if you panic and your heart starts racing, you break out in a sweat and want to throw up.

If that describes you, then you need to work at reigning in your stage fright. Preparation and practice are essential. …Read more…

So You Think You Are Going to Faint

Being a little nervous before a presentation, or media interview, is only natural. However, it’s not natural if you panic and your heart starts racing, you break out in a sweat and want to throw up.

If that describes you, then you need to work at reigning in your stage fright. Preparation and practice are essential. …Read more…