Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions

CLICK HERE to listen/view the recorded webinar. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions By Joey Asher Category: Q&A Q&A may be the most important element of a presentation. It’s the chance you have to display your true expertise and respond to your listener’s key concerns. Here are some common questions about questions. 1. What [...]

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Questions2020-06-01T12:14:28-05:00

To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News

CLICK HERE to listen/view the recorded webinar. To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News By Joey Asher Category: Sales If you’re interviewing for new business these days, you’re doing it via video conference. As with all interviews, the goal is still to connect and make the client think “I really like those [...]

To Win Business Via Video Conference, Learn from Television News2020-04-13T16:05:30-05:00

How to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis

CLICK HERE to listen to the recorded webinar. H0w to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis By Joey Asher Category: Practice With the world in Coronavirus lockdown, we’re all using teleconference technology more than ever.   So how can we conduct teleconferences so that they seem as “normal” and “in-person” as possible? Put everyone [...]

How to Conduct Better Conference Calls During the Coronavirus Crisis2020-04-06T09:07:17-05:00

Public Speaking Lessons from My Dog Trainer

By Joey Asher Category: Practice “You’re the one that wanted a big dog.  So if you don’t get him under control, I’m sending him to the farm.”  I didn’t’ ask what my wife meant by “the farm.” But she was mad.  Balou, our six-year-old lab, had unleashed a shockingly large stream of urine on our [...]

Public Speaking Lessons from My Dog Trainer2019-09-21T18:44:22-05:00

“The Beverly Hillbillies Cure” for Your Fear of Public Speaking

By Joey Asher Category: Nerves Surf the Internet for just a few minutes and you can find some strange prescriptions for overcoming your fear of public speaking.  Here is one from Christine Kane, who bills herself as “Mentor to Women Who are Changing the World.” "Perform from the fear. You’ll have to adapt this one [...]

“The Beverly Hillbillies Cure” for Your Fear of Public Speaking2019-09-21T18:44:22-05:00

Instead of Trying to be Funny, Try to Keep it Light

By Joey Asher Category: Content “Can you teach me how to be funny?” That’s a question I get a lot. And the answer is “No”. But I can teach you to keep it light. And for most business settings, that’s better than being funny. Being Funny is Hard in A Business Setting In a workshop [...]

Instead of Trying to be Funny, Try to Keep it Light2019-09-21T18:44:23-05:00

It Takes Personal Courage to Give A Great Speech

By Joey Asher Category: Nerves I had an English professor in college who said, “If you write a really great story, you’re screwed.” He meant that the best storytellers have the courage to open up their personal lives and tell the truth about themselves, even if the truth is embarrassing. Similarly, if you want to [...]

It Takes Personal Courage to Give A Great Speech2019-09-21T18:44:23-05:00

What to Do About Smartphones During a Presentation

By Joey Asher Category: Other “When I’m leading a meeting, I find that people spend a lot of time typing emails. What is your strategy for dealing with the iPhone problem?” “When I’m leading a conference call, I know that there are people listening in who aren’t paying attention. They’re surfing the internet, writing memos, [...]

What to Do About Smartphones During a Presentation2019-09-21T18:44:23-05:00

Public Speaking 3.0. Connecting with Audiences in the Internet-Era

By Joey Asher Category: Content, Practice There’s an interesting book out called “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking.” In the book, author Susan Cain explains how today’s world overvalues extroverts and undervalues introverts. And certainly extroverts get lots of credit for being natural speakers. But in my experience, introverts [...]

Public Speaking 3.0. Connecting with Audiences in the Internet-Era2019-09-21T18:44:24-05:00

What Listeners Have to Be Thankful for This Holiday Season

By Joey Asher Category: Content As we embrace the spirit of Thanksgiving, let’s take a moment, 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, I like to be led.  I [...]

What Listeners Have to Be Thankful for This Holiday Season2019-11-18T11:35:36-05:00
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