Want to Succeed in Business? Learn to Remember Names with a few Simple Tricks

By: Joey Asher Category: Content “I’m terrible at remembering names.” We hear that all the time.  But we find that remembering names is a skills that anyone can learn if they simply make it a priority and use a few tricks. Three step Name Recall Process Anyone that is good at remembering names does three [...]

Public Speaking Advice from James Brown

By Joey Asher Category: Tips from Celebrities "Hair is the first thing. And teeth is the second. Hair and teeth. A man got those two things, he's got it all." Those are the words of the Godfather of Soul, the recently departed James Brown. And while he probably wasn’t talking about public speaking, to our mind [...]

Use the Holidays to Master the Lost Art of Conversation

By Joey Asher Category: Networking, Body Energy, Voice Energy I was at a seated holiday dinner party this week and decided to play one of my favorite games. It's called, "How long can I get my dinner partner to talk by asking one question?" I think I set a personal record.  I asked one question.  [...]

Holiday Networking Lesson in Personal Connection from Jimmy Carter

By Joey Asher Category: Tips from Celebrities With the holiday networking season upon us, I'm reminded of a lesson I learned from Jimmy Carter on how to connect with people.  As a cub reporter 26 years ago at The Times in Gainesville, Ga., I had the opportunity to interview Carter. He had been out of the [...]

What Listeners Have to Be Thankful for This Holiday Season

By Joey Asher Category: Content As we enter November, it’s the season of gratitude. And so, I’d like to take this chance, on behalf of listeners everywhere, to give thanks to great presenters. Thank for you for taking a position rather than simply presenting both sides of the issue and making me decide.  As a listener, [...]

Need to Give a Holiday Toast? Think: Focus, Story, Passion

Category: Networking With families gathering for the holidays, you just might have to give a toast.  And if you want to do it well, think FSP: Focus, Story, Passion. Focus: Remember that people don’t like long rambling toasts. Make one point about the person that you’re toasting.  “I want to make a toast to our [...]

To Thrive at the Firm Holiday Party, Ask Questions and Really Listen

By: Joey Asher Category: Networking With corporate Christmas party season upon us, the question is this: how do you have a real, non-work conversation with Susan from accounting? I mean, she’s nice and all. But normally, there’s the Cartersville Project to discuss. What do you say when you’re standing next to the punch bowl with [...]

VoyageATL Interview: Meet Joey Asher of Speechworks in Sandy Springs

Category: Other Read the full article on VoyageATL here! Meet Joey Asher of Speechworks in Sandy Springs   Today we’d like to introduce you to Joey Asher. Joey, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today. Speechworks began 31 years ago [...]

Negative Moods Might Make You a Better Speaker, Study Says

Category: Other It’s been one of those weeks. You’re feeling low. You’re burned out. You’re ready to give up and become a professional fisherman. And you’re certainly not looking forward to giving that presentation tomorrow to the board of directors. At least you can take heart in knowing that you may be about to [...]

Public Speaking Wisdom from Yogi Berra

Category: Tips from Celebrities The late, great Yankees catcher, Yogi Berra, coined a sage bit of public speaking wisdom when he said, "I don't want to make the wrong mistake." What does this have to do with public speaking? The best speakers often make small mistakes because they speak extemporaneously, rather than relying heavily on a [...]

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