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Speaking for Motivation: Top Traits of Successful Motivational Speakers

Wish you could motivate a crowd like Oprah or Tony Robbins? Now you can! Learn the top tricks and traits of the most successful motivational speakers on the speakers circuit today by reading through this short, but insanely informative, article full of pro tips on how to motivate and inspire your own audiences. Estimated reading time: ~3 minutes

Good Nerves – Your Secret to Speaking Success

Nerves are natural when you speak to a group. This article suggests that you should stop hoping these nerves will disappear and work proactively to make them work for you.

Why Every Keynote Speaker Needs Multiple Streams Of Income

s a keynote speaker you only get paid for each time that you speak. How many motivational speaker gigs do you have in a month? It could be one or two or more. Would that be enough income to cover all your expenses for the month? What if you were to get sick and you had no other forms of income coming in for the month? That could really put a hurting on your bank account. That makes your income linear as a keynote speaker. You need other and multiple streams of income coming in to sustain you.

Overcome Stage Fright Without Weird Breathing Techniques

A commonly heard suggestion for dealing with stage fright is to “take a couple of deep breaths.” There are two major problems with this – it distracts you from your performance and, surprisingly, stage fright can actually be a good thing.

Overcome Stage Fright – No Drugs Necessary

Many people use drugs to overcome stage fright. But, there are 5 compelling reasons you shouldn’t do that – read this article to find out why (and learn how to beat stage fright naturally).

The Trick to Public Speaking

How did I transition from a guy who ran from any form of public speaking to a person who now actually relishes it. To tell the truth, there is no one size fits all guide to this, but this is how I overcame my fear, and went beyond that to even enjoy public speaking.

The Most Common Problems a Public Speaker May Encounter

Even if you are regular at giving presentations at work, school or events, you may still sense that fear of standing in front of a large audience to talk. It is the most significant fear among many, bigger even than the fear of death!

Don’t Be Fearful of Giving Your Retirement Speech

Fear of public speaking is something that hits hard at most of us when we have to give our retirement speech. Here are three very useful tips that will help you to overcome your fear of giving a retirement speech. These three tips are Simple, Sound and So Sensible.

How to Eye Contact Your Audience to Action

After every talk I deliver in front of a group of new prospects, I always have at least one person (Usually more than one person) in the audience rushing to me to explore the possibility of him or her becoming my team member and if I can be his direct upline regardless of who has invited him to the day’s event. How? How does this happen?

The Secret of Great Public Speakers & How to Use It

Can you remember a time when you fell asleep while a speaker is delivering a talk on stage, well; you just hoped the speaker didn’t notice, right? I know, because it has happened to me.

6 On-Stage Body Language Tips

Speakers often overlook the importance of movement on stage while speaking but they should remind themselves of the same. It is one major step that helps the speaker to connect with the audience. When you come on the stage to deliver a speech or a presentation, you must remember that the stage is totally yours and its up to you how you cultivate it- leave it barren or bring the best out of it.

Overcome Stage Fright Without Being Extroverted

Stage fright affects everybody, from the loud and bold to the quiet and shy. Many people mistakenly believe they need to be naturally extroverted or confident to overcome their stage fright. Read on to find out why that is simply not the case.

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