I led a very fun and interesting Fearless Presentations® public speaking class in Houston, Texas last week, and because the group was a little smaller than the normal Houston class, we were able to cover a lot of additional content for the participants! As many of you may know, we like to keep the class size for a presentation seminar at around seven to 10 people per workshop, because we have found that the class size is small enough so that every participant get individual coaching from the instructor but large enough that they actually get practice speaking in front of an audience. So Fearless Presentations® is an excellent way to get the best of both worlds in presentation coaching. Since the Houston seminar had a couple fewer participants, though, we were able to really delve into some of the finer points of presentation skills. One of the sessions that the group really enjoyed was the session about how each speaker has specific strengths and weaknesses, but how professional speakers maximize their strengths and minimize their weaknesses.
We held this class at our office at 5847 San Felipe St, Houston, TX 77057, which is by the Galleria in Houston. Since the location is centrally located, it is fairly easy (well somewhat) to get to. We conduct classes here about once every three months.