6 tips to help you seamlessly weave gestures into public speaking Let's talk about a common, yet tragic public speaking scenario. Sara has spent hours rehearsing her Big Talk at home. She’s thought about the needs of her audience. She’s rolled up to the venue in her power outfit and is feelin’ her look. Sara, … Continue reading HELP! WHERE DO I PUT MY HANDS?
What do you think of when you think of public address? The President giving the State of the Union? A Baptist preacher thumping on a pulpit? Grainy black-and-white footage of dictators of yesteryear, insidiously swaying the hearts and minds of their people? To be sure, all of these situations hinge on the power of a … Continue reading The Art of the Paraphrase
“That’s some Harry Potter kinda sh*t,” he blurted out. I was in my university office, working with a local film critic on gestures and physical delivery during public speaking. He was contracted to do a regular speaking appearances on upcoming blockbuster films for a local news station, and he had confessed to me that he … Continue reading Thirteen Years