A couple weeks back I pointed out some excellent websites by people who I feel really know their stuff about speaking. These folks are not only speakers that speak about speaking (I know, that sounds confusing) but their material is good – in other words, if you follow their advice you’ll become a better speaker.
There’s another site I wanted to share with you by someone who knows a lot about things that can go wrong during a talk. Lee Potts writes a blog called “Breaking Murphy’s Law” where he shares advice, tips and stories to help presenters avoid making those critical mistakes. I first “met” Lee back when I hosted a blog carnival; he was the first one to submit a post for the first carnival I did. He’s got a lot of great information on his site, so check it out.
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