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Entries in National Speakers Association (3)

Friday
Mar212014

"Mother May I? Yes, You May" - Be an Inside-Out Speaker

Hey you! Yeah, you.

So you want to do a better job os speaking (connecting) to your audience - big or small? Then I say, give yourself "permission" to be yourself.

You're letting the fear swallow you up - and the self-doubting. I see it all the time in my work. Heck, I'm guilty of it too.


You think you have to be that awesome speaker you saw last month, or the guy or girl that's getting all the great projects back at work. You think they have something you don't. Then, more doubting -- "These people aren't going to like me, I'm not good enough." "Why are they going to listen to me, they don't know me."

Your fears are feeding on your insecurities, and your insecurities build off these fears. I talk about this in the book, calling out those insecurities and writing out role-plays.

I do it because I want you to be able to identify them, so you can eliminate them. Once you start doing that - eliminating them - it all becomes easier, and everything that you're working for begins to appear.

Your voice and tenor (presence) becomes stronger; your "speaking fog" clears - you're more on-point and you become a better listener. And once you start becoming a better listener - those "magic connections" with the audience happen.

I see it happening for me right now as I put myself out there, and I've seen it for years in my work as a creative services provider; directing, producing, shooting, editing and more with amateurs and professionals.

Find out what your insecurities are, then work on eliminating them. You'll be working your way through Step One of my 4 Step Plan if you do -- and be on your way to realizing your goals.

Pick up your copy of "The Inside-Out Speaker" here.


Legend Media Producers is a Dallas video production and producer services company that works independently as well as aligning strategically with other video production companies. In addition, marketing and digital technology companies seek out Legend Media Producers  to add value for their clients. With active customers on both coasts, local clients as well as a strategic partnership - Legend Media Producers has positioned itself to be a quality high definition video provider to businesses and individuals alike. Smartphone to satellite, we provide video production planning, production and post.  Based in Dallas, Texas

Tuesday
Jan212014

The Inside-Out Speaker: Untold Truths and Strategies On How to Be a Better Speaker

THE INSIDE-OUT SPEAKER: Untold Truths and Strategies On How to Be a Better Speaker
Author: Kurt Boxdorfer

Did I do what I set out to do last July - to write something that professional speakers can USE to improve their situations?


I didn't want to write something that had already been written, and I wanted to be able to look back at it down the road and know that I did my best.

I know there's going to be some push-back on some of what I've written, but I don't care because I know what I have to say works. It's true.


If you want to get better, then you have to open yourself up to learning from what other well-intentioned people have to say. Not the people that want to fluff you up and make you feel good, but the ones that are going to give you constructive advice based on their experiences. 

My words may not be worth a nickel to some, but to others it may flip a switch that sends them on their way. I hope so.

The Inside-Out SpeakerThe Inside-Out Speaker 

 

Wednesday
Jul242013

SIX slam dunk tips to blast your speaking career into space!

Let's be honest, you probably need to read this.

If you do any type of speaking, professional or non-professional, you've already received many suggestions and tips on what to do and what not to do - a TON of them.

"Wear colors! No, wear black and white! Tell stories, use humor, make sure you promote your products! Wait, don't promote your products, you'll look too self-serving!  Stand here when you're done!  No, no there."

Holy smokes, how do you REALLY know what's right and wrong when it comes to speaking?  I mean, after all, you are unique! And really now, can you actually trust the critiques of your fellow speakers (competition...), friends and peers?  

Who's looking out for YOU, besides you, that has the experience to give you the truth?

Wouldn't it be invaluable to work one on one with someone that has your best interests in mind AND years of experience working with talent in and out of the speaking field? What about 30 years of experience?

And what if they had worked in pretty much every area of production and post production there is - directing, producing, shooting, graphics, editing and more -- LIVE broadcast television to national and regional conferences and events.  

Now that's experience!  Worth checking out right? 

There's a small business here in Dallas - Fort Worth that offers honest, let's get if fixed, one on one, progressive, custom coaching for those individuals that want that CHANGE in their speaking careers.  Contact me if interested.

Moving forward - - - - - 

Get relational! Use words like you, we and us instead of they, them and people.  Include your audience through your language - YOUR PRONOUNS MATTER.

KEEP YOUR IDEAS SIMPLE. Get to the point, make the point amd move on.  Adding big, run-on language 'puffs' to your ideas diminishes you and the ideas.  Deliver those ideas like they're darts and your aiming for the bullseye. Straight and strong. 

The most important time in your presentation is the BEGINNING and not the end! Come out large and in charge.  Capture their attention immediately -  you have about 45 seconds tops!  In that time, they will already know if they like you and want to stay "tuned in" or not.  Your beginning is really like a rocket blasting off. If you don't reach altitude fast enough, you're not going to go as far.

You need to SPEAK TO EVERYONE in the room.  Not literally but metaphorically.  You need to whack a mole every one of them with your eyes and body positioning.  if you don't, you're giving them permission to disengage.  Dont do it!  Engage like a tractor beam by using all of the stage, drawing them in with your hands and eyes. Forward motion working the front and sides of your area, only going backwards to reset.

Does your face say LOSER or winner?  If you dont believe, if you are not confident, you don't have a prayer of success with that group.  Put in the time, go find a mirror and practice being a Winner.

Whatever you do, DON'T LOOK DOWN at your feet.  Down says defeat, down says "I am done."  If you have a habit of thinking with your head down, break it and break it fast.

Quit hiding behind the podium and under layers and layers of clothes!  Be approachable by eliminating physical barriers. Do a room survey before your scheduled time.  You cant be memorable if you're invisible.

Pictured is public speaker and author Chuck Inman - note strong forward stage position, eyes forward to audience, position forward on the platform, hands in a good position - audience engaged!

Legend Media Producers is a Dallas video production and producer services company that works independently as well as aligning strategically with other video production companies. In addition, marketing and digital technology companies seek out Legend Media Producers  to add value for their clients. With active customers on both coasts, local clients as well as a strategic partnership - Legend Media Producers has positioned itself to be a quality high definition video provider to businesses and individuals alike. Smartphone to satellite, we provide video production planning, production and post.  Based in Dallas, Texas.