Robert Lee Brewer’s new blog entry discusses what he considers the 10 keys (plus a bonus) that a writer needs to keep in mind when beginning to speak publicly. Now how many of us don’t want to present at a conference, or get on Oprah? Anyone? We all do! It’s a given, though we might be scared silly. In a nutshell, his hints are as follows:
1) Make your introduction brief.
2) Use the podium.
3)Use the microphone.
4)Encourage audience interaction.
8)Make personal, add humor.
9)Stop before you’re asked to leave.
10)Provide next steps and/or a conclusion.
Read the blog in detail at: http://robertleebrewer.blogspot.com/2011/04/speaking-tips-for-writers.html?et_mid=332121&rid=2985750