You Give Messages Before and After Your Speech

You Give Messages Before And After Your Speech from Bill Lampton, Ph.D. on Vimeo.

Yes, what you say and do during your speech creates powerful impressions–either negative or positive–that listeners react to and remember. Yet note that what you do and say before and after your speech sends vital messages, too.

Watch this brief video, which identifies behaviors pre and post presentation that could detract from the positive impact we want to make.

And then call me, as the video invites you to do: 678-316-4300. We’ll design a customized Speech Coaching plan that is right for you!

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Be a Speaker, Not a Reader

Be a Speaker, Not a Reader from Bill Lampton, Ph.D. on Vimeo.

This brief video encourages you to minimize your reliance on notes when you speak–so that you will gain “attention, agreement, and the action you want.”

CALL ME TODAY TO SCHEDULE A SPEECH COACHING SESSION!
Note that the message ends with my invitation for you to call me, so we can arrange a coaching session that will vastly improve your speech preparation and delivery.

That number again: 678-316-4300

Call me TODAY so I can “Help You Finish in First Place” as a speaker.

RESPOND WITH YOUR COMMENTS

I’ll welcome your comments. Go to the end of the blog entry in the section below and click NO COMMENTS if none have been made, or if comments have been made click 1 comment, 2 comments, or whatever the comments button says. The comments section will appear.

GET DAILY COMMUNICATION TIPS AND STRATEGIES FROM MY FACEBOOK BUSINESS PAGE
Here’s the link to my Facebook business page:

http://bit.ly/iRv6EA

You’ll find beneficial guidelines for business communication and for speaking with “poise, power, and persuasion.” Click “Like” to stay connected for updates.