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.
James Feudo owns the Boston Web Design Agency JVF Solutions and loves blogging about personal development and communication in his spare time.