Speaking and sport

Nick R Thomas - A Public Speaker's Blog

But now, many years later at Durrington some continued participation was clearly expected of me and I played along but, generally speaking, when you've finished, you've finished - don't upstage the speaker who's on after you! You should never upstage the speakers who follow you. Humour perfectly tailored for London. U3A lectures Women's Institute speakers audience involvement eulogies humour interviews quotations repeat bookings speechwriting tailoring speeches television

Creating visual aids that really work: Designing effective slides using PowerPoint

Pivotal Public Speaking

Used unwisely, PowerPoint becomes a distraction that upstages the presenter and buries the message. PowerPoint also lets you create your own graphics and tailor the data to meet your own special needs. Used wisely, PowerPoint® and similar programs can be an effective tool to help audiences remember your message, while allowing you to prove, reinforce, and support your claims.