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TEE 033: 3 Tips To Polish Your Speaking Skills – Linda Yates

Linda Yates TEE 033 In episode 33 of The Executive Edge Linda Yates shares 3 tips you can use to polish your speaking skills. Giving a presentation or speaking in public doesn’t have to scare you to death! For the next 24 minutes you will learn how to attack your presentation with confidence.

Highlights from this episode:
How to connect with your audience
How to structure your presentation
How to prepare for your speech
Questions to ask before presenting
What to do before you utter your first word
How to create rapport with your audience
How to start your presentation
How to close your speech
How to handle it when things go wrong when you are speaking
How to mentally prepare
The power of practice
How to practice and polish your speech
How to conquer your fears

By implementing what you learn on this podcast you will feel competent, calm and be articulate. These speaking skill tips can be learned. What is your favorite tip from this episode? Please comment below.

Thank you for listening to The Executive Edge podcast! Please leave a question so that we can address it on the podcast so that you can uncover, realize and accomplish your potential!

Here’s some tools to assist you in giving a speech or presentation. Be sure to sign up for our free newsletter, buy our audio course on energizing your personal brand or let us know how we can work together in 2015 with an email to Linda@LHYatesConsulting.com.

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Linda H. Yates – The Image Energizer is a highly sought Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach and Corporate Trainer. She has produced over 250 educational seminars on helping individuals and businesses uncover, realize and accomplish their goals. Host of The Executive Edge podcast and author of the audio course and workbook 6 Steps to ENERGIZE Your Personal Brand, Linda Yates believes that NOTHING is Impossible!

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