Below you'll find several video tutorials with tips YOU can use to become a better communicator, public speaker and on camera performer. With these tips, you can grow your brand and business and establish a unique, dynamic and powerful presence.
While PowerPoint can enhance your presentations, it can also be a crutch and cause a disconnect. Here’s what you need to consider.
When interviewing someone on camera, meeting people at a networking event or sitting in your job interview, don’t put people “above” you because of their perceived status. You have just as much value as they do!
This week's tip will help you deliver a memorable wedding speech ... for all the right reasons. Here's how to leave them laughing, crying and wanting more.
When speaking, your hands can be a very important tool to convey emotion, energy and purpose. Here’s what to do with them and (perhaps more importantly) what NOT to do with them.
In order to be a great public speaker you must have the right mental approach. You can’t fear it, you must welcome it. Here’s how to have the proper attitude!
If you're interviewing someone and they stop talking, THAT can be a scary moment. Here's what to do to avoid the dreaded dead air!
Before your speech or on camera performance, do whatever you need to do to get in the zone! Here's how to make sure you've got the proper pregame ritual.
Shooting a social media video is crucial to building your brand. Don’t rush through it and don’t make careless mistakes. Follow these tips for outstanding social media videos!
Networking may not be fun, but it’s often necessary. So, to be great at it you need a rock-solid elevator pitch. Here are three ways to make your pitch a perfect strike!
A teleprompter can be your best friend when you’re giving a speech, appearing on TV or shooting a social media video. You won’t have to memorize anything and can focus that energy on performing. But you have to make it look like you’re NOT reading!
When you’re giving a speech or a TV interview you need your body and mind working FOR you, not against you. Here are three ways to prepare yourself for success.
By simply RESEARCHING the person you're about to interview or chat with, you can gain a huge advantage. Here's how to use research to your benefit.
When it comes to your wardrobe, here are three things you MUST keep in mind when appearing on TV. While image isn't everything, dressing well can help you achieve a dynamic performance.
If you're not sure where to look or how to engage the room when giving a speech, here's how to make effective and purposeful eye contact.
If you’re answering a question on TV, during a networking event or at a job interview, and you just can’t stop talking, it’s all good. Here are three ways to talk less and say more.