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| | GREAT PUBLIC SPEAKING
OCTOBER 10, 2012 How to Relax For Your Talk
Patricia Fripp CSP,CPAE is a San Francisco-based professional speaker on Change, Teamwork, Customer Service, Promoting Business, and Communication Skills. and Past-President of the National Speakers Association. We've all heard that the fear of death is second only to the fear of public speaking. Shake your hands.fast.
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FEBRUARY 14, 2010 Business Presentation Expert Asks "Accepting an Award?"
Tips on How to Give an Acceptance Speech by Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE As a Business Presentation Expert many of my clients ask advice on accepting an award. Dan Maddux, Executive Director of the American Payroll Association, received the Meeting Partner of the Year award from the National Speakers Association in 2001. Be gracious.
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- Interview: Phillip Van Hooser - President, National Speakers Association
“We must always remember that the act of speaking professionally
is only a part of our individual journeys. Phillip Van Hooser The Evolution of a Professional
Speaking Career Since 1988, NSA President Phillip Van Hooser, CSP, CPAE
, has spoken, written, coached and consulted on leadership and service professionalism
issues [.] MORE >>
- Public Speaking: Fat and Skinny Words: Levels of Abstraction
Fat and Skinny Words: Levels of Abstraction By executive speech coach and sales presentation skills trainer Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
. As a professional speaker
and sales trainer I ask my clients, "What do you want the theme of my remarks to be? Or vice versa. Suppose you write the word "automobile" on a pad. MORE >>
- Hiring Professional Speakers: How to Avoid Mistakes
How to Avoid Mistakes When Choosing a Speaker
An article for meeting planners by Patricia Fripp , CSP, CPAE
. The only thing left is to hire the speaker
. How do you know what kind of speaker
is best for your meeting? Consider your reasons for having a speaker
. Brief your speaker
. Where do you turn? " 5. MORE >>
- Presentation Tip: Fat and Skinny Words: Levels of Abstraction
Fat and Skinny Words: Levels of Abstraction By Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
. As a professional speaker
and trainer I ask my clients, "What do you want the theme of my remarks to be? Nothing can turn your audience off faster than using fat words when they're hungry for skinny ones. Or vice versa. simple concept. link]. MORE >>
- Who's on First:Selling Your Programs to Education Committees
While this still happens, more and more speakers
find that committees are now making the decision. Making this transition is difficult for many speakers
. For each decision, there are more people to persuade, many of whom the speaker
has no direct access to. speaker
?" What’s different now is their clout. Not anymore. MORE >>
- The Power of Choice HTTP://DELICIOUS.COM/AKARRER/PROSPEAKER | TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2009
- National Speakers Association > INSIDE NSA > Competencies HTTP://DELICIOUS.COM/AKARRER/PROSPEAKER | THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2009
- Expressing your uniqueness in print HTTP://DELICIOUS.COM/AKARRER/PROSPEAKER | FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009
- Speaking Business HTTP://DELICIOUS.COM/AKARRER/PROSPEAKER | FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009
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