Welcome to the May, 2008 edition of the Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Blog Carnival. We’ve got some great entries in this first edition on a variety of subjects. If you’d like to participate in a future edition of this carnival, you can learn more about the carnival or go right over to Blog Carnival to submit a post.
Eric Feng presents Here’s Why Some Speakers Are Paid $10,000 For Just A 40 Mins Speech posted at The Public Speaking Blog.
Eric Feng presents Here’s How To Use Stories to Pitch Better, Sell Faster Win More Businesses posted at The Public Speaking Blog.
Sue Hershkowitz-Coore presents Presentation Mastery: 9 Gestures that mean a lot posted at SpeakerSue Says…, saying, “No one ever knows what to do with their hands. Eye contact is always a challenge. Relaying power can be a challenge. This post answers those questions.”
Sue Hershkowitz-Coore presents 8 Tips for Presentation Disaster and one Great Idea posted at SpeakerSue Says…, saying, “Want to connect to your audience? Read this!”
Sue Hershkowitz-Coore presents If you speak with an accent, read this! posted at SpeakerSue Says…, saying, “Speaking with an accent should be a badge of excellence. Learn how to position yourself that way.”
TT-Shane presents How to deliver an effective speech or presentation posted at Thoughts from Training Time.
Eric Feng presents If You Want To Become A Funny Speaker, You Got To Know This… posted at The Public Speaking Blog, saying, “Not funny and you know it? This article is for you!”
Eric Feng presents 10 Things To Do Before Your Speech That Will Take The Nervousness Out Of You posted at The Public Speaking Blog.
George L Smyth presents One Minute How-To – How To Avoid Death By Powerpoint posted at George L Smyth, saying, “Alan Carr explains how you can give a presentation using Power Point without having your audience fall asleep.”
Anya Portnik presents An interview with Race Across America endurance athlete and executive coach Jim Rees posted at Gavin Ingham.
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