Public Speaking: Reprinting Articles

Great Public Speaking

I have many articles available for reprint in your publication, company newsletter, etc. You may use articles written by me that you see in great speaking. Back issues can be viewed at [link] OR mailto: freearticles@antion.com for an automated listof additional articles. All you have to do is print the article in its entirety along with the by line at top and the credits, and complete contact information at the end of each article. I would appreciate a tear sheet or electronic copy too.

Guest Posting: Flying Lessons, First Hand by Rod Thorn

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Reprinted here with his express permission. This is the keynote address by Rod Thorn, Communication Executive, PepsiCo that was delivered at the Ragan Speechwriters and Executive Communicators Conference, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. on March 10, 2015.

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The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit

The Eloquent Woman

And I'm delighted that Ragan.com has reprinted my post, How women can get past meeting shutdown. Fans of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook see links to good reads, resources and ideas from other sources there, in addition to posts from the blog.

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Make your webinars super interactive

PowerPoint Tips

She wrote this as a tip for Speaker Net News subscribers and gave me permission to reprint it. This is a guest post from Brenda Bence , who is a corporate branding and personal branding expert. You can read more about her at www.BrendaBence.com.

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Guest Posting: The West Wing Whirlwind, by Jan Sonneveld and Rune Kier

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

This article is reprinted with their express permission. Jan Sonneveld and Rune Kier are government speechwriters in Holland and Denmark respectively. Rune Kier Nielsen is on Twitter and on LinkedIn. Jan Sonneveld is on Twitter and on LinkedIn.

Guest post: Do you tic when you talk?

The Eloquent Woman

(Editor's note: I asked voice coach Kate Peters for permission to reprint this post, which gets at an annoying but involuntary vocal problem many speakers experience.

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Guest post: Live-tweeting my own talk

The Eloquent Woman

Here''s how she did it and her analysis of how it went, from a post that appeared on her own blog and is reprinted here with permission. (Editor''s note: My longtime reader and client Cate Huston shared a novel approach to social media as a speaker: She live-tweeted her own speech.

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From the vault: A checklist for the speaker's wardrobe

The Eloquent Woman

This post reprints and updates one I published in 2011 When you choose what to wear for a speaking engagement or presentation, what goes into your thinking? Too many speakers don't think about wardrobe.or

Famous Speech Friday: Sarah Winnemucca's San Francisco lectures

The Eloquent Woman

The full texts of her lectures were not reprinted, although some the material in her autobiography came directly from the speeches. The last time the Malheur region of Oregon made the national news, it was the 19 th century, and it was yet another story of armed occupation and mistrust.

Speak Up For Your Business - by Michelle Mazur - Book 22 of 52 in 52

Speak and Deliver

It''s a technique more of us can employ, as long as we don''t simply reprint post after post, as I''ve seen a few other, more mainstream, authors attempt. Yet another book not on my list, but just released, and directed straight at those who read Speak & Deliver!

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@DrSalGainsbury asks: "No, seriously. What if the room is silent during Q&A?"

The Eloquent Woman

Sally Gainsbury (@DrSalGainsbury) September 4, 2013 A couple of weeks ago, Ragan Communications reprinted my post on a common speaker''s concern: What if nobody asks a question? @RaganComms @dontgetcaught Good tips for prevention - but what should you do in the moment? I took the approach I usually take with issues speakers raise about what might happen during a talk or presentation: If you can anticipate it, you can plan a way to deal with it. It''s a win-win.

An audio version of Imprimis

Joan Detz Speaker Services

Imprimis (a publication of Hillsdale College) reprints speeches on a wide range of topics. An audio version is available online at www.hillsdale.edu/imprimis

Speaker Leader Champion - Book 13 of 52 in 52 Weeks - A Review

Speak and Deliver

There''s been a lot of hoopla around Ryan Avery & Jeremey Donovan''s new book, Speaker Leader Champion - Succeed at Work Through the Power of Public Speaking , not in small part to Avery''s attempt to set a Guinness World Record of Most Books Signed earlier in April.

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A reader shares: Returning to the Stage.After Harrassment

The Eloquent Woman

She also sought and received coaching from me for the talk she describes in this post--which first appeared on her blog and kindly gave me permission to reprint it here for you.

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LB interviewed in Santa Barbara News-Press

Speak Schmeak

And I don't yet have permission to reprint on my site. Yes, that's right. I was one of several Santa Barbarians interviewed on how we use Twitter for business and pleasure. Great article, which unfortunately is behind a pay wall, so I won't be posting a link here.

Trailer for my new book coming out in 2014 and featuring extracts from this blog

Max Atkinson

TURN A DEAF EAR: CONVERSING, COMMENTING AND COMMUNICATING MAX ATKINSON By the same author Discovering Suicide: Studies in the Social Organization of Sudden Death (1978) London, The Macmillan Press Order in Court: The Organisation of Verbal Interaction in Judicial Settings (with Paul Drew) (1979) London, The Macmillan Press.

A problem-solving approach to finding women speakers from @SarahM

The Eloquent Woman

I knew I had to reprint it here to continue and expand our discussion on this important topic, and it appears with her permission. (Editor's note: Sarah Milstein is the author of The Twitter Book and has been a general manager for several high-tech conferences. She also is a great friend of this blog. Based on her firsthand experience with the difficulties of finding women speakers, she published this problem-solving approach to the issue on her own blog.

Famous Speech Friday: Nancy Hanks on the student she expelled

The Eloquent Woman

The Washington Post not only covered the speech, but reprinted the full text and video--unusual for any speech. “I Sometimes the organization that helped you get your start asks you to come back and share wisdom in the form of a speech.

Famous Speech Friday: Dorothy Fuldheim on Kent State shooting

The Eloquent Woman

Here's most of that night's commentary, reprinted in Dorothy Fuldheim: The First Lady of Television News by Patricia M. Forty-six years ago this week, there were a few things that were unusual about Dorothy Fuldheim's evening commentary on WEWS-TV on May 4, 1970.

Steve Jobs Commencement Address

The Communication Blog

I think this is a wonderful speech and I tried to reprint it in the last edition of my public speaking book but, unfortunately, permission was denied. With the recent death of Steve Jobs--one of the real geniuses of our time--I thought that public speaking students (and actually just about anyone) would enjoy reading a commencement speech he delivered some years ago.

Famous Speech Friday: British Olympic cyclist Nicole Cook's retirement speech

The Eloquent Woman

Her London press conference to make the announcement didn''t even yield video of her speaking, but the speech was powerful enough to be reprinted in full in The Guardian and in Cycling News.

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LB interviewed in Santa Barbara News-Press

Speak Schmeak

And I don't yet have permission to reprint on my site. Yes, that's right. I was one of several Santa Barbarians interviewed on how we use Twitter for business and pleasure. Great article, which unfortunately is behind a pay wall, so I won't be posting a link here.

Uber Can't Mandate Arbitration in Surge-Pricing Lawsuit

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

District Judge Jed Rakoff, reports Reuters (reprinted in Fortune): " denied a motion by Uber to compel arbitration in a passenger lawsuit over so-called surge pricing. This ruling represents a significant victory for consumers who get entangled in corporations' arbitration clauses.

The Amazing Steve Cohen

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

" - Reuters, reprinted in BusinessInsider, November 30, 2016. " Steve Cohen. has agreed to pay $135 million to resolve a lawsuit by shareholders of Elan Corp. who claimed they lost money because it engaged in insider trading in the drugmaker's stock."

Deliver a Presentation like Steve Jobs - BusinessWeek

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DigitalJournal.com announces ‘Future of Media’ event in Toronto

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

Media release reprinted with permission: Toronto,ON – Citizen media news outlet DigitalJournal.com is proud to announce it will be hosting a unique panel discussion featuring some of the most influential leaders in Canadian media. Dubbed “The Future of Media,” the live panel discussion will explore how the mainstream media are implementing user-generated content and what [.].

Authors versus publishers in the digital age

Max Atkinson

So they went ahead and reprinted it, without the extra chapter, in 1988, 1989, 1991 and 1994. As many of you will know, there's quite a debate going on about Google's plan to make every book ever published available online. Although publishers are making a lot of noise about it, they've stayed remarkably quiet about another wheeze they've been exploiting since the digital age got under way - and about which they haven't bothered to tell their authors. Does a book ever go out of print?

Repurposing - That Isn't Working Out So Hot

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Some of the ways were to provide links and reprint the original content on all social media. The smart crowd in digital hammered that we ordinary players should be repurposing everything.

Jared Fogle Blew His Biggest Role - Sentenced To Almost 16 Years

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Here is the coverage reprinted in USA Today. After he had been arrested and charged with heinous crimes against children, Jared Fogle's new role was to convince the powers that be that he was both deeply remorseful and a changed man. It seems he blew that.

SPEECHGATE! Did Melania Trump "Steal" Passages from Michelle Obama's 2008 DNC Address?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As the Associated Press reported and the Daily Mail reprinted the coverage, here's the stunning development. SPEECHGATE! It can blow up the gains made by Donald Trump on the first day of the RNC.

David Sweat, Richard Matt - Are These The Kind Of Shrewd Players from "Breaking Bad"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

" - AP, as reprinted in BusinessInsider, June 14, 2015. "Two convicted murderers [David Sweat, Richard Matt] who used power tools to cut their way out of prison near the Canadian border could be nearby or 'in Mexico by now,' New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday."

Presentation Zen Design (the book)

Presentation Zen

I will not reprint your name or material in the book or use a slide, etc. As I mentioned before, I'm in the beginning stages of writing and designing another book, this one called Presentation Zen Design.

Tiger Woods - Ugly Lessons For Public Speakers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

" AP, reprinted in the New York Daily News, June 6, 2015. "Tiger Woods hit a new low with the highest score of his career Saturday - an 85 at the Memorial. He was in last place at Muirfield Village." Here is the article.

Chris Christie & RNC Keynote: The mystique of Steve Jobs' product announcement

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  It had been reprinted in myriad business publications. What New Jersey Governor Chris Christie shares with the late Steve Jobs is the intuitive grasp of the power of mystery. 

Cartooning revisited?

Max Atkinson

Looking back on my early attempts at cartooning, I can see that they were all too poorly drawn to be reprinted here. When I was an undergraduate at Reading University, I had a little success drawing cartoons for Rattler , the annual Rag magazine. But I had no wish to starve in an attic like trainee artists were supposed to do. So I thought the answer would be to try to become an academic, as they had a decent salary and rather longer ''holidays'' than most people.

Ch 41: Cold Call Tips (Everything You Wanted To Know About Freelance Writing)

Six-Figure Freelancer Blog

The cold call tips below were originally presented by freelance writer Adrian Blake (www.adrianblake.com) and are reprinted with permission. Some people seem to be naturals at cold calling. Others need help. Either way, cold calling is an important way of developing your freelance writing business. Here are eight tips to help boost your confidence when it comes to selling yourself, and your writing services, over the phone.

Speakers: Ridiculously easy ways to avoid copyright problems with your handouts

The Eloquent Woman

She wrote: Question for you Madame Communications Guru…if an article is online from a publication such as Washington Times or National Review, do we need permission to reprint? Ask for permission to reprint it while it's still fresh in your mind.

Famous Speech Friday: Yulia Tymoshenko's "Heroes will never die"

The Eloquent Woman

Fortunately for me, another speaker coach beat me to the punch, and has graciously permitted me to reprint his post, and the remarks, here.

Is Media Attack on Gretchen Carlson's Lawyer, Nancy Erika Smith, a "Professionl PR Hit?"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Today an article by Matthew Boyle in Breitbart , reprinted on Drudge Report, discusses Gretchen Carlson's lawyer, Nancy Erika Smith. The focus is her $45,000 donations to Democratic candidates. Those are characterized as "far left."

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