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.
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.
This week’s tip focuses on three ways you can set your co-host up for success, thereby making the overall quality of your show better and building chemistry on set. Don’t worry - they’ll do the same for you (at least we hope so)!
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.
While most of us don't enjoy small talk, it's a crucial tool for networking and building your business and brand. So rather than run from it, here are three ways you can come up BIG during Small Talk.
For many people, talking on the phone is harder than communicating in person, because there isn't anybody to interact with directly. If you're being interviewed for a job or a media article over the phone, here are three ways to seriously step up your PHONE CONFERENCING game!
If you talk too fast (which is really common) here's how to address it and SLOW DOWN
Here's how to finally get those dreaded verbal crutches like "um," "like," and "you know" out of your system, once and for all!
This week’s tip is one of my favorite sayings: PROGRESS, NOT PERFECTION. When giving a speech, or appearing on camera, focus on getting better every time, and stay positive! Don’t beat yourself up for inconsequential mistakes!
If you are giving a speech, shooting a web video, hosting a TV show, or speaking on a panel, you may have to read a TelePrompTer. Here's what you MUST do to succeed when reading a prompter.
When being interviewed on camera, you may get a question you don't want to answer. Here's why “no comment” is the WORST comment and what you should say instead.
When giving a speech, it is crucial to grab your audience’s interest right away! Here are some great ways to do it.
Today’s Tip is for hosts AND guests: make your interviews feel like conversations. Plenty of back & forth. Keeps both of you engaged AND your audience engaged!
We’ve all seen wedding speeches bomb, here’s how to CRUSH yours and be the hit of the party. One of my tips: stay sober!
Here are three ways to deliver a compelling elevator pitch that separates you from your competitors and helps you grow your business.