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How to Recover from a Terrible Speech (Bombing on Stage)

How to Recover from a Terrible Speech (Bombing on Stage)

How to recover after giving a terrible public speaking performance and bombing on stage – how I did it after a disastrous speech in college, and how you can too. Ever have one of those situations where you are asked to do some public speaking, and things just don't go well? Whether it is from public speaking fear or presentation anxiety, or if the poor performance just came from preparing for your speech in an inproper way, it happens. Even public speaking pros can bomb a speech. These are a few things that you can do to recover.

Power Point Tips

Power Point Tips

The most frequently asked topic that we get questions on when we conduct public speaking training is always related to PowerPoint Tips. Because PowerPoint is so powerful, people tend to either get really good at all of the bells and whistles and overwhelm their audience, or they use PowerPoint as a crutch and rely on their slide deck too much making their presentation very boring. Below are the top 10 biggest Power Point Mistakes that we tend to make along with ways to overcome them.

Public Speaking Fear and Eye Contact

Questioner: Mikey Category: Public Speaking Private: No Subject: Fear to perform Question: Hello, I am supposed to give a presentation in my college class and I'm kind of nervous. It is a presentation where I have to talk about an immigrant that I had to interview. So...

Music 101: The Key to Accent Reduction

By Erin Corrigan "Without music life would be a mistake" These are the words of the famous German Philosopher Frederik Nietzsche, and as a specialist in pronunciation and Accent Reduction for non-native English speakers, I can attest to this regarding the English...