Written by Jenny Blake
Public speaking doesn’t have to be a fate worse than death (nor does it have to give you hives, as often used to happen to me). That’s why I set out to find what the top experts in storytelling, body language and behavior change had to say on the subject.
Earlier this year I recorded 25 interviews with experts and thought-leaders for a virtual conference on how to Speak Like a Pro. It was an honor to connect with some of the authors and speakers I most admire; we talked about how to engage audiences, practice effectively, and connect with an audience of any size.
By the end of this conference, you'll learn:
- How to structure a presentation effectively to enact positive behavior change
- The brain science behind how to practice your delivery to nail your content without notes
- Physiological tips for calming nerves on the big day
- Pointers for delivering a speech in an engaging, concise manner
- How to build a strong reputation and profitable business as a professional speaker
Here’s a 3-minute video overview:
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Jenny Blake is the bestselling author of Life After College, a career and business strategist and an international speaker who helps smart people organize their brain, move beyond burnout, and build sustainable, dynamic careers they love. Jenny combines her love of technology with her superpower of simplifying complexity to help clients through big transitions — often to pivot in their career or launch a book, blog or business.