How to Produce Booklet Handouts That Complement Your Presentation

Presentation Guru

Handouts are a hotly debated topic in the presentation world. What kind to give out, what you should include in them, when to distribute them, and even if you should have them at all are all major points of discussion.

2020 56

Book Review: Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Book

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

Book Review: Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Book by Paul Lima – [link] Self-publishing is no guarantee that you will sell millions of copies. Paul Lima then goes on to tell you all you need to know to … Continue reading →

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Albert Wong - Victims Produce More Victims.

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Albert Wong was a victim, just like the three he gunned down at The Pathway House in California. No one needs a degree in psychiatry to know he had to be suffering.

Podcast Producer, Manhattan Beach, CA (help-wanted)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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Clown Alley - Communications Firm Producing Human Resources Content

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The communications firm hires content providers such as myself to produce human resources articles. Only it didn't hire me for any assignments.

New York Post, New York - Producer for Podcasts (help-wanted)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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Bloomberg News, NYC - Freelance Writer/Producer for TV (help-wanted)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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"FBI" - Does Network TV Need Another One of Those, Even If Produced by Dick Wolf?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

This fall "FBI," produced by Dick Wolf, is coming to network television. Wolf had been iconic creator of the famous "Law & Order" series and its spinoffs such as "Law & Order SUV."  "  However, one wonders if Wolf has lost his magic touch.

2018 56

How to Produce a Great Speaker Video

Public Speaking Advice and Commentary

  If you use slides or video clips, just make sure to deliver the source material to your producer to edit directly into your video.  If you’re a professional speaker, you need a video showcasing your talents; it’s an essential part of your marketing.    You want that video to show you delivering a fantastic talk in front of an engaged, appreciative audience.    What are the ins and outs of creating such a video? 

Rainmaking: Does blogging produce new business?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Therefore, increasingly I get the question: Does blogging produce new business? In professional services, client churn has become standard. 

Columbia Law School, NYC - Social Media Producer (help wanted)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

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Facebook's Lousy Crisis Communications - PR Experts Will Become Famous Producing Case Studies

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Co-founder of social network Mark Zuckerberg has made it a rhetorical habit to leverage the term "mistake" when the heat is on. This time, that kind of "kid" mea culpa might not get him, other Facebook leaders, and the corporation itself off the hook.

2018 52

Practice Makes Perfect, or what Oscar Telecast producers could learn from watching Leonardo DiCaprio

Duarte Blog

That was the pledge made by producers of the 88th annual Academy Awards when they announced that winners could list their “thanks yous” on ticker tape that would run live during the ceremony. Instead of subjecting audiences to endless lists of agents, producers, and supporting “teams,” speeches could be kept short, heartfelt, and meaningful. Producers clearly chose to focus attention on the message behind Lady Gaga’s nominated “Til It Happens to You.” No more boring speeches.

2016 55

Media Training Tip, listen to producers | Media Training

TJ Walker Interactive

Uncategorized Media Training

How can an expert Produce Daily Video content? | Media Training

TJ Walker Interactive

Uncategorized Media Training

Mini-review of Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Book and eBook

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

A short review of Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Fiction or Non-fiction Book and eBook has just been posted on Amazon: Paul Lima’s book Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Book or eBook was a valuable resource to me as a new author. You can read more about Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Fiction or Non-fiction Book and eBook here – [link

Make Your Blog Produce By Making It Relevant

Communication Steroids

Skip to content Follow: RSS Twitter Home About Contact Us Current Programs Inner Circle Newsletter Products 20 Presentation Skills That Kill: Audio CDSeminar Social Media and Public Relations: Audio Task Oriented Teams: Audio CDSeminar What We Do Tags Communication Skills , customer service , FaceBook , Google , LinkedIn , management skills , media , relartionship bulding , Social Media , social networking , Twitter , Web 2.0 , YouTube Make Your Blog Produce By Making It Relevant by Roger Pike on November 22, 2010 Are you able to spot trends in their infancy? If I were asked what is the one piece of advice I could give to industries that want to make their blogs productive and their business prosper; that would be it. Seek out information your target visitors want to see – not just what’s generating the biggest buzz now (though that’s important); but what appears to be on the verge of being “the next big thing.” Sure, I hear you saying, trends may be relevant for some industries like pop music or women’s clothes; but I machine custom parts for antique tractors…what possible use could trend-spotting have for me? Maybe nothing. But, maybe it might be fun to be ahead of the curve on new technology under development that could increase machine tolerances while decreasing cost. And for those industries that are, perhaps, not as dependent on the prevailing wind as fashion, but still would gain a competitive advantage by staying on top of breaking trends, your time has arrived. Legions of websites have grown up purporting to put you ahead of the curve. But you don’t have to depend on their priorities. You can become your own “Director of Trend Spotting” (which by the way, is a real job title at a major American advertiser). Social media and the Internet put into your hands, or the hand of your contract agents, the tools they need to put you on the leading edge of what’s going on. You can put new products into the marketplace ahead of the competition and build your brand based on innovation and a dynamic understanding of the your market by using them. The first thing to know is that there is a vast ocean of trend information available on the Internet. Blogs, static websites, chat rooms and forums, social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIN all feature people, consumers, talking about what they want, what they’ve purchased, how they liked it, and what they’re going to buy next; information that could be crucial to you…and which is there for the taking. What’s more, there are free tools to help you mine this rich vein of consumer trend information. Google, a name everybody knows, has gone out of its way to develop easy to use, and relatively powerful, free products. Google Keyword Tool , Google Trends , Google Alerts and Google Insights for Search all can help you find out what people are thinking and what they’re planning to buy. If you need the ultimate in social media data mining products, you can rent programs that will search amazingly deeply, then categorize and cross reference your data. These programs aren’t cheap but in some applications they are useful. Now is the time to get ahead of your competitors…NOW…while many CEO’s are still stuck in the stone age; still trying to fit that wooden wagon wheel to the sleek Ferrari that is the way people do business today. A recent survey indicates that 25 percent of business will not allow their employees access to social media; fearing it will eat productive work time. By the way, that excuse was also used to resist things like, well, E-mail. The Internet, through blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and the rest are where people gather these days to talk, to plan, and to dream. That’s where you should be if you want to know what they’re going to be buying tomorrow. If you don’t have the time to keep up; then hire somebody who does. photo credit: hardeep.singh From → Creativity , management skills , Media , Networking , Online Communication , Social Media Comments are closed. Public Speaking Courses | Add your site Join Our Inner Circle: RSS Feed of our latest newsletters here Search This Website Become a Fan on Facebook! Communication Steroids on Facebook Instant Download: Improve Your Public Speaking Skills! Our 8-part audio program has shown to be one of the most effective ways you can improve your public speaking and communication skills without actually hiring a personal coach. In these 30-minute audio recordings, WE ARE your coaches! 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We All Need A Win - Make First 100 Days Of 2016 Produce One For You

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

One contention in the infamous Silicon Valley trial "Pao v. Kleiner Perkins" was that the defendant gave a male firm member the opportunity to sit on a board instead of the female plaintiff, Ellen Pao.

2015 56

How to Produce Profitable Public Seminars

Pivotal Public Speaking

If producing profitable public seminars is a goal for you, this session will provide invaluable learning, tips, and tricks of the trade. Can you still make money by selling seats at public seminars? Or is it one of the easiest ways to lose your shirt? Yes, and yes. Public seminars are a fantastic way not only to make good money, but also to have potential clients preview you, and build your list of fans.

Introduction to “Produce, Price and Promote Your Self-Published Fiction or Non-fiction Book and eBook”

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

I presume you are reading this book because you have written a book, or are writing a book or plan to write a book, and are thinking of self-publishing it. Or you have written a book and have been shopping it around but have not landed an agent or publisher, and are now thinking of self-publishing it. My Books Self-Publishing & Print On Demand POD print on demand self-publishing

Choose Your Friends Wisely - HBO Producer Marc Henry Johnson Goes to Prison in OD Death of MD Pal

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That might have been what US District Court Judge Jesse Furman advised brandname HBO producer Marc Henry Johnson. He is the co-producer of the HBO fall series "The Deuce."  Choose your friends wisely. Johnson had as a friend medical doctor Kiersten Rickenbach Cerveny. As part of her double life, she went into Manhattan to party with drugs. One night Cerveny ODed outside Johnson's drug dealer's apartment in Greenwich Village.

2017 40

They Want You to Produce Sample Content - They Should Share Risk

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Increasingly, organizations are demanding applicants for jobs and contract assignments create a sample of what would be done on the job. Reasonable request, usually. Some, though, verge on the bizarre. One brandname media outlet had a three-hour test. There was no compensation.

2014 56

Ghostwriting: Will robots be producing those opinion-editorials for THE WALL STREET JOURNAL?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  After all, I never anticipated that likes, comments, shares, and retweets would determine my marketability as a content-producer on the web. Robots are here and, as CNBC reports, ready to take our jobs. 

"Mad Men" - Creatives listen up, can a happy Don Draper still produce great concepts, copy?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

If the writers for "Mad Men" are worth their salt, they could have Don transcend his old style and produce breakthrough concepts and copy. Charles Schulz refused to go to therapy.    He feared that being released from his demons would destroy his creative talent. 

The Cowardly Lion: James Comisar could fundraise for Museum of Television by mass producing this meme

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In this era of economic turbulence and sustained uncertainty, who isn't afraid?    Therefore, the market for inspirational lessons based on the tale of the Cowardly Lion from "The Wizard of Oz" could be strong. 

How fat, oil & grease produced by restaurant might one day light your house

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

Every restaurant produces FOG, as it is known. Cutting through the FOG By Paul Lima Special to the Globe and Mail Fat, oil and grease. While some grease can be reused, a great deal of FOG is washed down the drain. If it is not trapped in grease interceptors it can clog and corrode sewage system arteries and [.].

Establishing a Connection

Kuhnke Communication

Connecting with your listener is essential for developing rapport and producing great results.

2011 77

Crisis Communications - Pork Wins, Politicos Get The Flu!

Matt Eventoff

The Good… Kudos to the Center for Disease Control, Secretary of Agriculture, USDA, the American Meat Institute and the National Pork Producers Council.

Charli Jane Speaker Services - producing a demo video

http://delicious.com/akarrer/prospeaker

MEMBERS LOGIN Home SPEAKER SERVICES Speaker services Membership info Proposal generator Profile listing service Coaching services Video trailer ads Interview transcripts Teleclasses Online shop MEETING PLANNERS Planner services Find a speaker RESOURCES FAQs about CJ Free articles Useful links TOOLS Subscribe to eZine Search this site GENERAL INFO About us Testimonials Advertising with us Wendis blog Contact us How to produce a demo video that sells Be yourself  be authentic  leave a lasting impression! You want to make sure you leave a lasting image on the minds of the hiring companies. They may not hire you immediately and it may be months down the road, but if you put together a professional and entertaining video clip that portrays you as an expert in your field, then they will remember you! Have a comfortable and warm background setting Your demo video should always show you speaking within the first minute or so of the video; you want to catch the audience and the energy they are generating such as clapping, laughing, listening carefully and possibly jotting down notes Your first anecdote or presentation needs to be the most important thing you have; you only have 2-3 minutes to WOW the attention of the hiring company (meeting planners, associations, organizations, and groups) Show yourself open on the platform; dont hide behind anything Energy is the toughest thing to capture on film; create energy with your body movements (use the stage fully) and pitch your voice firmly Try to tape the type of audience that you enjoy the most to work with When taping make clear what you are an expert on and use your best stories Show your excitement about the topic you are speaking on Use a little humor Tape at least 6 -10 minutes long Keep any one-on-one interviews short Avoid taping empty seats or things that may be distracting Use music underneath your presentation to add energy Your video tape / CD / DVD cover Packaging : should be very attractive with a full-length picture of the speaker Top : the title / topic of your program should appear notably Middle : leave a blank space reaching to the bottom - this is where you will attach an eye-catching label with your contact information Bottom : the speakers name should go across the bottom of the cover Back : list 3 or 4 of your best testimonials - keep them brief Charli Jane Speaker Services P.O. Box 130 Craig,Nebraska 68019 USA Phone: +1 402 218 4426 Fax: +1 877 570 0615 Email: GRAB YOUR FREE EBOOK TODAY! 14 ways to make money when speaking for free! ► Discover how to make money. ► How to increase your exposure. ► How to build the credibility you deserve. and more! Name: Email: FREE Speak-to-Me eZine for Speakers & Meeting Planners Includes great tips, Speaker of the month profile, and much more! Subscribe now! SPEAKERS Need more leads? Do you want to enhanceyour speaking career? More info. TELECLASSES Need more participant leads for your upcoming teleclass or webinar? More info. Back to top Bookmark page | Recommend us | Policies & terms | Contact us  Copyright 2003-2008 Charli Jane Speaker Services | Web design by eMatti

BBC Television NEWS: produced for or by morons?

Max Atkinson

I’d very much like to know if I’m alone in noticing that BBC television news programmes are making more and more use of slide shows and graphics in their bulletins. So I’ve put together some edited highlights from the 10 o’clock News on 8th October to illustrate the style of news coverage that seems to be taking up an increasing proportion of the available air time (see below to view), and there follows a step-by-step commentary on some of the news stories as they unfolded that night.

2008 40

Tips For Putting On A Better Show

Can You Hear Me Up the Back?

A lot of material is produced in HD now, then crunched down to standard DVD resolution for the live presentation. Use an Event Producer. Hire an experienced creative producer to plan out the presentation for you.

Show Biz Lessons for Speakers

Humor Power

Bill Stainton is a motivational speaker who also is a 29-time Emmy Award winning TV producer, writer, and performer. He recently posted a video using “ being a producer ” as a metaphor for your life. Humor In Speaking Life Skills being a producer speaking skillsIt’s an excellent example of taking an experience from your life an making it relevant to the lives of other people. Also watch for his relaxed, natural use of facial expressions.

2013 40

Toastmaster Friday: 9 Ways to Pump Up Your Evaluations

Speak and Deliver

skip to main | skip to sidebar Toastmaster Friday: 9 Ways to Pump Up Your Evaluations Posted by Rich Hopkins, Speaker, Author, Coach on Friday, November 13, 2009 Labels: Criticism , Ego , Encouragement , Evaluation , Toastmasters , Whitewash Evaluation is the core of the amazing fruit that the Toastmasters tree can produce. When the fruit is soft, you will often find a history of rotten evaluations at the core. Perhaps thats harsh, but I believe its accurate. I went my first year in Toastmasters winning Best Speaker, Evaluation, and Table Topic ribbons left and right before anybody finally had the guts to say "Rich, youre a great speaker, but are you ever going to SAY anything?" Thank goodness for Billie Jones, my first real speaking mentor, for getting into my face. She convinced me I could go to the World Championship, all the way back in 2001. I was a slow learner, but eventually made it to the Big Stage. Since Toastmasters is made up of people from all walks of life, all at different stages of their speaking and self-confidence, it can be tough to get, or give, a strong evaluation. Toastmasters teaches a Whats good, what could be improved, whats good again approach, or a Follow the manual objectives one by one approach. Both offer benefits, but unless the club follows up on evaluation technique, members can fall into several rotten ruts, including: A. The Whitewash - the evaluator either cant think of anything critical to explore, or doesnt feel good enough about their own skills to say anything, so the Oreo comes without the creme filling (as my mentor used to say: The criticism is the creamy center - the good stuff). B. The Recap - mentioning everything the speaker mentioned, seemingly to remind us what that speaker said, in case we werent listening. C. The Checklist - "The manual said you should do this, and you did/did not, then the manual said do this, then." D. The Review - agreeing or disagreeing with what the speaker had to say - which is not the same as evaluating HOW they said it! E. The HiJack - the evaluator tells their own story that relates to what the speaker talked about, essentially giving their OWN speech, instead of evaluating the speakers speech. F. The E-Bomb - this is the dark side, when the evaluator gets up and aggressively reams the speaker. The evaluator, thinking they are offering oodles of constructive criticism, forgets that the evaluation is not about showing off how many things they can find wrong with a speech, but a mixture of praise and suggestion. This self-centered approach is the worm in the apple. As bad as A through E are, the E-Bomb is the mother of all that can be wrong with evaluations, and evaluators. Evaluations arent the easiest part of Toastmasters to give, or to listen to, but they are designed to build muscles for all involved parties. To pump up your evaluations, remember the following: 1. Its not about you, its about them. Try asking them before the meeting what THEY would like to be evaluated on. Get a feel for their experience level and emotional strength. What dosage level should you set your evaluation at? Put yourself in a state of mind that is centered on them, not you. 2. You have permission to be constructively critical. No matter your experience level, you have an opinion. Unless this is the first time youve heard someone utter something aloud, you are an experienced listener. It doesnt matter if anyone agrees with you - you have a right to your opinion. This is your time to share it, as long as its aimed to benefit the speaker. 3. Remember to tell them WHY. Dont just tell them to work on Vocal Variety - tell them WHY it will help. Will it build excitement? Suspense? Tension? Emotion? Same with all aspects your evaluation. WHY it worked and WHY, for you, it didnt. 4. Take responsibility for your evaluation - these are your ideas, and nobody in the room may agree with you. Use precursor phrases such as "I saw", "I think", "I wonder", "I felt", and "I believe", vs. "You should", "You need to" or "We could all see". 5. Show what you mean. If you want them to use gestures, use the gesture in the evaluation. Model vocal variety by repeating what they said using your idea of vocal variety. Dont command them to accept your ideas, but say "What would happen if you" or "Id love to see you try", etc. 6. Reinforce the positive. "I loved it when you did" and "The way you (say what they did) really worked for me". Even the poorest speeches have positive spots to reinforce. Whether its word usage, grammar, use of logic, or the courage to get up and speak at all. 7. Offer strong written notes. Dont just leave them with 2 1/2 minutes of verbal evaluation. Write your thoughts down in their manual or on a sheet of paper. You can offer more than what you said, and give in-depth explanations, if need be. 8. Address improvement. If you asked them what they wanted to be evaluated on back in #1, be sure to talk about it. If youve seen them speak before, and notice growth, mention it. Recognition of growth leads to more growth. 9. Summarize and Encourage. The red light goes on, its time to wrap up. Mention your main points again: aspects of improvement first, positive observations second. Then offer encouragement: "You have improved.", "Youll have a chance in your next speech to.", or, if you have to, just go with the old stand-by "I cant wait to hear your next speech!" As an evaluator, you are serving a crucial role in both the meeting, and the growth of the Toastmaster you are evaluating. It can be a balancing act between self-esteem and ego for you, and for them. Above all else, endeavor to Do No Harm as you evaluate - you dont want to hurt the speaker, or cause collateral damage by either scaring off guests with an overly harsh evaluation, or making them doubt the value of Toastmasters with a cream-puff whitewash. Solid evaluations create solid cores, and sweeter fruit, and stronger speakers. Be mindful of your yield and remember, for 2-3 minutes, your mission is to help your fellow Toastmaster to Speak.and Deliver! 1 comments: Richard I. Garber said. Rich: An excellent post. However, although you used a food-related image you somehow omitted the Criticism Sandwich, for which Tom Fishburne has a great cartoon here: [link] Usually in Toastmasters we only have time for the center column of his cartoon though. Richard November 13, 2009 2:22 PM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Search This Blog Loading. 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New evidence that bullet-points don’t work

Speaking about Presenting

At last, we have some scientifically rigorous evidence to show that slides full of bullet-points don’t work. The research is the work of Chris Atherton , a cognitive psychologist.

2009 285

CNBC: Eventoff: Never Be Afraid of Public Speaking Again

Matt Eventoff

A random internet search for cures for fear of public speaking produces over 2 million results. BY: Matt Eventoff. That is a shame…” Please find the original article here. Originally posted 2012-06-27 13:27:50. » » Read more.

2016 130

6 Reasons Why You Should Tell Stories in Presentations, Leadership Messages and Meetings

Speaking Freely

Telling the right story produces astonishing results for you as a speaker and leader. Story Telling is a powerful way to open up presentations, leadership messages and meetings of all kinds. If you’re not sure what a story is, it’s just what happened. That means it involves human beings doing or experiencing something. In case you don’t […].

2018 159

P.S. It's about the money

Speak Schmeak

The audience (and Project Runway producers) doesn''t care about your dreams. Maybe that''s not what the audience wants to hear, but it sure is what the American Idol producers want to hear! Give the producers what they want by being marketable.

2015 235

Do More With Google Slides – and Do It Quicker!

Presentation Guru

Following on from their rather useful guide PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts, Brightcarbon have helpfully produced a guide for all of you who find Google Slides is more your presentation kind of thing.

2018 55

Quotes for Public Speakers (No. 124)

Manner of Speaking

“Si tu presentación no produce un cambio en la audencia, es una pérdida de tiempo para todos.” Gonzalo Álvarez - Spanish Telecommunications Engineer and Ph.D. in Computer Science.

Writing an Award-Winning Annual Report

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

I helped produce their 2011 Annual Report. Last year I worked as a freelance writer for Wolters Kluwer, a global information services and publishing company based in the Netherlands.

2013 193

3 Signs Your PowerPoint Template Is Broken and Why

Presentation Guru

Now you might be wondering, “My company spent a lot of money hiring professionals to produce our template. The chances are very high that the corporate template you’ve been forced to use all this time is designed to fail.

2018 83

Speak the language of a Change-Friendly Leader: from good intentions to great performance

Speak to Lead

Change produces stress, which produces resistance, but it doesn't have to be that way.With the Change-Friendly Leadership framework, leaders will learn to engage people's head, hearts, and hopes to achieve lasting, effective change in. What's friendly about change? Not much.

Being a Go-Giver in Your Business with Bob Burg

Speaker Launcher

A former television personality and top-producing salesperson, Bob has shared the platform with some of today’s top business […]. In this day and age, what makes a great influencer?

2019 62