Speaking, Presentation and Media Training Tips

Jess C Scott:

Great Post on Speaking, Presentation and Media Training Tips by Anthony Mora ‏@TopStoryPR

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Whether you’re doing a TV interview, giving a seminar or making a presentation, it’s important to be prepared.  Although from your perspective you might feel your main objective is to inform, in truth your primary goal is to engage with your audience, whether it be an audience of one or (via traditional media or social media) an audience of millions.  If you’ve launched a public relations or media relations campaign, you need to be prepared before doing that phone interview or appearing on a TV segment.  If you’re speaking at an event, again, you need to do your homework and be ready before stepping up to the microphone.  With that in mind, before you start your speech, presentation or interview, study the following:

1) WARM UP.  It takes most people at least ten minutes to warm up, but you might not always have that luxury, so practice.    Picture that…

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