One Proven Method To Avoid Annoying, Irritating, And Losing Your Audience

One Proven Method To Avoid Annoying, Irritating, And Losing Your Audience

  In a recent post, we discussed the most important part of a presentation.  There are several key elements, but by far the most important is: The thoughts and feelings of the audience listening to you. If you missed that post, you can read it: CLICK HERE  The...

What Your Audience Really Wants — And How To Leave Them On A High

(This is the last post in our storytelling Brain CODE series. If you missed the post about the importance of creating stress in your story, you can read it by CLICKING HERE) It’s good to create tension in your listener. It’s NOT OK to leave them feeling that way by...
How Do You Keep Your Speech Fun And Fresh?

How Do You Keep Your Speech Fun And Fresh?

  My client Jeff was feeling (and looking) discouraged. “Michael, I feel I’ve lost control of my speech. Lately I’m just not having any fun with it.” Have you ever felt this way about a presentation? To understand why Jeff felt this way,...
How To Benefit From Your Team’s Assets

How To Benefit From Your Team’s Assets

  Welcome to our new Coach, body language expert Sky the Super Chihuahua She’ll teach you how to get what you want without saying a word! •   Persuading others to rub your belly, neck, or back with the swipe of a paw •   How to effectively get a treat with a...