Public Speaking with David Murray
Whenever you communicate, are you just using your words to get your point across? Whether you are having a conversation with one person, or sharing a message with many. So much of what you say isn’t just through your words,
A client of mine said that they noticed, while they were public speaking. Their voice would start shaking a couple of minutes into their talk. They said this only happened when they were speaking to a large group of people.
No doubt over the past few months you've been running more and more virtual events. And I bet you’ve seen the benefits of connecting with people online. - You don’t need to rush across the office to get to a meeting room.
When you hear the words "public speaking", I bet you imagine... You or someone else, standing on a stage. Maybe with a microphone, and delivering a talk or giving a presentation. And if you do picture this, you are right.
A client of mine was starting out on their public speaking journey. Their first event was coming up and though they were practicing their talk ahead of the big day, they were concerned about this happening... On the day itself,
When you’re new to public speaking and presenting, it can seem like there’s a lot to take in. And sometimes it can feel difficult to know where to begin. That’s why in today's episode I share with you two essential tips for public speaking and present...
When you hear the words "public speaking", I bet you imagine... you or someone else, standing on a stage, maybe with a microphone, and delivering a talk or giving a presentation. And if you do picture this, you are right.
I think we can all agree that we are living through unusual times, when we are being encouraged to stay at home. Which means we are having to change the way we interact with our colleagues, our customers, and even friends and family.
Imagine delivering a pitch to an important client. Imagine delivering a presentation in front of your work colleagues. Imagine you have put all that hard work into preparing and you really want your message to come across.
There are going to be times when you aren’t feeling confident. For example; a job interview, presentation, important pitch, or having a conversation with a colleague. - Confidence is ever changing, so that in some situations we feel ‘confident’ and in...