For my birthday this past November, I was gifted one of the best experiences of my life by my parents - other than the gift of life by my parents. I took part in Committed Impulse, a weekend-long intensive performance workshop in NYC that had the overall goal of helping actors, entrepreneurs, and public speakers, … Continue reading For the Service-Minded Humans of the World
2 minute read Do you ever get gripped with fear that you won't have your talk memorized in time? Or maybe that you will have rehearsed it so much that you come out sounding more robotic than human? Here is a no-fail way to curb that anxiety. Again, it's a three-step process to keep you … Continue reading Here’s a Natural & Clear Way to Memorize Your Talk
2 minute read I have a go-to process that I use whenever I am preparing for a talk of any size. I break it down into three steps: A.C.T. I don't believe in a one size fits all for public speaking preparation. Take from it what speaks to you and leave what doesn't. The acronym … Continue reading My Three-Step Process for Organizing a Talk
2 minute read What's the best way to soften the fear of public speaking? We all care about something, right? I know, I know, you're not supposed to answer a question with a question. Rule breakers, rejoice. Here we go. I'm not talking about caring what we ate for breakfast or what car we drive … Continue reading So, what the heck do you care about anyway?
2 minute read I'm preparing a communication talk for financial advisors. As excited as I am for this experience, the inevitable self-doubt surfaces. I can go on about the importance of preparation - and how that significantly decreases the anxiety induced nausea. But you know what? We know that. We know how important it is … Continue reading Who Else Wants to Speak Up Without Melting Down?