Public Speaking Advice: 7 Timely Tips for Pre-Presentation Preparation

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To guarantee your success there are still a few final steps to take before you face your audience and thrill your meeting planner. Connect with the organizer or emcee. Public Speaking Advice.   7 Public Speaking Timely Tips for Pre-Presentation Preparation. By Patricia Fripp CSP, CPAE. The big day has come. You are ready to deliver your presentation.

Silent Impact - The Speaker's Frustration

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You asked someone else to ask, but the emcee didn't read your outro, inviting people to talk with you, go to your website, etc. No matter how many times you go over it, the heat of the moment can get to people who aren't used to speaking, or who are more concerned with getting the meeting over with than reading 30 seconds on your behalf. If you're at a morning networking meeting, people have to get to work. Lunch meetings are notorious for no one sticking around.

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Twitter Tips for Speakers: Before, During & After the Event

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I’ve connected with event planners looking for a last minute speaker, gotten great feedback from audience members and generally just been able to keep my finger on the pulse of what is happening in the industry – from all sides – the planner, the speaker, the participant.

Bye-Bye Boring Bio: Attract Clients, Speaking Gigs & Media Interviews Now.

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Her husband, Steve, a certified financial planner, is proof. Juetten has special advice for speakers: Lead with a compelling headline that lets the meeting planner know exactly what you talk about, why it matters and the key take-away your audience is going to hear. "If the emcee doesn't say your name correctly, you're going to trip before you start speaking," Juetten says.

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Bye-Bye Boring Bio: Attract Clients, Speaking Gigs & Media Interviews Now.

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

Her husband, Steve, a certified financial planner, is proof. Juetten has special advice for speakers: Lead with a compelling headline that lets the meeting planner know exactly what you talk about, why it matters and the key take-away your audience is going to hear. "If the emcee doesn't say your name correctly, you're going to trip before you start speaking," Juetten says.

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