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#39 4 benefits public speaking gives you that nothing else does

Public speaking can be a hassle. First, there are difficulties in getting the gig (more on that in post #30), you need to prepare a message and maybe the audio-visual to go with it, and there is travel time and expense. Plus, the fact that many business professionals fear and dislike speechifying so much that they would rather have a tooth extracted without anesthetic, than give a speech.

#30 Success in public speaking starts with picking the right audience

Public speaking remains one of the most effective ways to connect with potential clients, demonstrate the value you offer, and show that you’re someone that they would enjoy working with. Yet so many business professionals don’t get all their possible benefits from their public speaking program.

One reason is that they don’t pick the right audience.


#8 3 simple steps for multiplying your reach from public speaking. Grab your words out of the air and use them to reach people who weren’t in your audience

Have you ever finished a speech, accepted your round of applause and then found yourself wondering, “So that’s it? How can I get more benefit from all the time I’ve spent on this presentation?

Here are some simple, easy ways you can multiply your reach from public speaking, to get the best benefit from your engagement. I think that this comes in two ways. In a future post, we’ll look into how to get benefit from social media, as regards public speaking. But in this post, I’ll focus on how to get more uses from the information in your speech.
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