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Professional Speaking Diane Carter

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  • 1. Professional Speaking With Diane Carter
  • 2. The “F” Words for Speakers
  • 3. The “F” Words for Speakers Foes Friends
  • 4. The “F” Word for Speakers Types of Speakers
  • 5. The “F” Words for Speakers Types of Speakers1. Workshop
  • 6. The “F” Words for Speakers Types of Speakers1. Workshop2. Seminar
  • 7. The “F” Words for Speakers Types of Speakers1. Workshop2. Seminar3. Keynote
  • 8. Get Your Head Right
  • 9. Get Your Head Right1.Analyse – What do you think of yourself?
  • 10. Get Your Head Right1.Analyse – What do you think of yourself?2.Be Responsible to the Audience
  • 11. Get Your Head Right1.Analyse – What do you think of yourself?2.Be Responsible to the Audience3.Don’t be Embarrassed
  • 12. The “F” Words
  • 13. The “F” Words Slow Down
  • 14. The “F” Words Slow Down Say – Don’t Read
  • 15. The “F” Words Slow Down Say – Don’t Read Distractions - Watch your Body Language
  • 16. The “F” Words Slow Down Say – Don’t Read Distractions - Watch your Body Language Sameness
  • 17. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”
  • 18. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”  Pause – Scan – Nod
  • 19. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”  Pause – Scan – Nod  Space
  • 20. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”  Pause – Scan – Nod  Space  Memorise
  • 21. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”  Pause – Scan – Nod  Space  Memorise  Don’t be too Perfect
  • 22. Cultivate your “Friends” so that you can Cope with your “Foes”  Pause – Scan – Nod  Space  Memorise  Don’t be too Perfect  Match Style and Content
  • 23. can Cope with your “Foes” Pause – Scan – Nod Space Memorise Don’t be too Perfect Match Style and Content Lighten Up
  • 24. Creating Excitement
  • 25. Creating Excitement Props
  • 26. Creating Excitement Props Magic Tricks Quiz
  • 27. Creating Excitement Props Magic Tricks Quiz
  • 28. The Nitty - Gritties
  • 29. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech
  • 30. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches
  • 31. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff
  • 32. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff People, Places and Dialogue
  • 33. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff People, Places and Dialogue Self Dialogue
  • 34. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff People, Places and Dialogue Self Dialogue Comedy Call Back
  • 35. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff People, Places and Dialogue Self Dialogue Comedy Call Back Payoffs – LPM and EPM
  • 36. The Nitty - Gritties Hand Crafting your Speech Prepare and Present Mini – Speeches Premise, Problem and Payoff People, Places and Dialogue Self Dialogue Comedy Call Back Payoffs – LPM and EPM
  • 37. Flexible Planning to Eliminate Failure
  • 38. Flexible Planning to Eliminate Failure  Going Blank on Stage
  • 39. Flexible Planning to Eliminate Failure  Going Blank on Stage  Your Introduction
  • 40. Flexible Planning to Eliminate Failure  Going Blank on Stage  Your Introduction  Your Workshops and Seminars
  • 41. More of the “F” Words
  • 42. More of the “F” Words fritter fear flair fruition freedom fray funny facilitate fancy fever fiasco fainthearted fair fallible fluent faze fabulous focus fertile fervor fait accompli facetious flexible
  • 43.  I then want to make up a sentence incorporating many of these words as an ending.

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