Tag Archives: Public Speaking Science

Public Speaking: The Verbal & Non-Verbal

Mehrabians Rule

Public speaking is all about organized communication to a group to persuade, inspire or influence. It follow the same fundamental skills that any other communication task requires. It demands we are on point with our content, use proper body language and relevant body language. Any… Continue reading

The Value of Positive Ritual-Positive Habit – The Pre-Speech Ritual – Part II

The Value of Positive Ritual-Positive Habit – The Pre-Speech Ritual – Part II

As I spoke to in a previous post (Public Speaking Mastery – Start Creating Positive Speaking Habits Today): Rituals have existed in all societies in one form or another as a form of education, social endorsement, and important rite of passage. Rituals in the realm… Continue reading

The Psychology of Public Speaking

Gaining the Confidence of Your Audience as a Public Speaker

As a public speaking trainer and perpetual student of public speaking I’m always looking deeper into this art to learn more. Public speaking represents unique challenges for everyone who endeavors to do it well. Truth be told, many of them are in the realm of… Continue reading