Has anyone ever taught you “how” to think? This method, called the Ten-Minute Storm, is one way to train your brain.
Archive for Speaking
Today we promoted Mark Schoenwald to the position of President and CEO at Thomas Nelson. Effective immediately, I am stepping out of active management, and turning over the reigns to Mark. However, I will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board. Here are the details.
You can take your speaking t the next level. One of the best ways to do this is by attending the Dynamic Communicators Workshop on May 2–5. I’ll be there. Will you?
I have been using Evernote for a couple of years now. I use it to manage meeting notes, store blogging ideas, and file interesting articles I read on the Web. I have recently begun using it to manage my speaking illustrations, quotes, jokes, etc.
My friend Ken Davis is a world-class professional speaker and speech coach. Recently, he gave me some very specific suggestions I could use to improve a speech he had heard me give. Here are my notes.
I go through about ten psychological states when I speak publicly. It has been helpful to me to identify these, so I am not surprised when they occur.
Don’t know what to buy for that special speaker friend or family member? Here are 12 suggestions.
Last spring I attended the Professional Communicators Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. The conference is designed to assist leaders in either starting a professional speaking career or taking it to the next level. This is a fantastic resource, and one I want to encourage you to make plans now to attend. The next conference is March 18-20, 2010.