What's In It For You?

This Year Why Not Resolve to Become A Great Presenter?

What's in it for you? According to a recent survey conducted by University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Business School, the ability to communicate is the single greatest factor contributing to one’s success in business and a critical skill for anyone in a position of leadership! Higher grades, better performance reviews, stronger sales results, bigger pay checks, exciting new opportunities, greater respect and admiration, even fame and fortune are but a few of the many rewards that accrue to those who can confidently, convincingly and compellingly present their ideas to others… especially to those who can do so to groups.

Public speaking is a must have skill both in business and in life. Unfortunately, most of us don't exactly look forward to the opportunity to stand in front of others and present and for some of us, the mere prospect is terrifying. A surprising number of studies have even gone as far as to rank the fear of public speaking as our #1 fear! If the prospect of having to speak in public makes your throat go dry, stomach churn, or knees goes weak, this book will help you leave your fears behind and become a great presenter - Guaranteed!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

We’d Like To Hear From You!

Once you've read How Not to Suck at Public Speaking  and venture forth into the wonderful world of Public Speaking, I would very much like to hear about your journey. I am especially interested in learning which of the 50 ways work for you and which don’t, but will welcome and share any and all comments, questions, tips and suggestions.


  1. Excellent book!! Really hit some of the major problems that I faced when speaking publicly. Thank you very much for all your tips, I am now a much more confident speaker.

  2. The section on purpose (Make it all about them) was more than worth the price of the book. Who would have thought that such a simple thing as asking yourself two little questions would make such a huge difference. I've given a couple presentations since incorporating that strategy and the feedback was great on both!

    Many thanks!!!