What I Learned from Vomiting and Fainting in Front of My Class

CLICK HERE to listen/view the recorded webinar “Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking! What I Learned from Vomiting and Fainting in Front of My Class By Joey Asher Category: Nerves As a public speaking coach, nervous speakers regularly tell me “I think I’m going to pass out” or “I’m feeling sick to my stomach.” [...]

What I Learned from Vomiting and Fainting in Front of My Class2021-03-31T11:57:01-05:00

Speechworks Coaching Favors the Carrot over the Stick

Speechworks Coaching Favors the Carrot over the Stick By: Julie Lindsay Category: Other There are many approaches to coaching new skills like public speaking. At Speechworks, we strongly favor the carrot rather than the stick.  When learning something new, I’ve been on the receiving end of both carrots and sticks over the years. The [...]

Speechworks Coaching Favors the Carrot over the Stick2020-12-07T15:00:32-05:00

Asking for Small Commitments in a Sales Presentation Can Pay Off with Big Orders

By Joey Asher Category: Sales Call it the small commitment paradox. You’ll make more sales if you ask for less at the end of your sales pitches. That’s right. Asking for less yields more, according to a study detailed in Yes! 50 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Persuasive, a book by Noah J. Goldstein, Steve [...]

Asking for Small Commitments in a Sales Presentation Can Pay Off with Big Orders2020-09-22T20:45:20-05:00

Five Resolutions for Better Presentations This Year

By Joey Asher Category: Practice If you’re looking for a resolution this year that is a little different than “I’m going to stop eating desserts”, we have some communication skills resolutions that will help your career by helping you connect better with audiences. Here are five New Year’s resolutions that will improve your speaking skills. [...]

Five Resolutions for Better Presentations This Year2020-09-22T20:45:21-05:00