Inc.: 3 Ways on How to Become a Better Communicator, According to a FBI Hostage Negotiator

Recently met with Chris Voss–the badass, FBI hostage negotiator, bestselling author of Never Split The Difference, and stellar keynote speaker. He gave a 3-hour workshop to members at Technology Marketing Toolkit at the end of July that was mind blowing–including…

Inc.: Barack Obama's Former Speechwriter Has 3 Important Tips for Making Your Next Talk Memorable

There are lots of technical details that will help you be a better public speaker, but here are a few I think are overlooked. Think about the audience. Too many speakers are self-indulgent, they deliver their thoughts, their ideas, their…

The Introvert’s Guide to Surviving a Conference

What could be worse for an introvert than the thought of attending a conference packed with hundreds, or even thousands of others, and having to interact with them on top of it all?

Speak In Public Or Die

Apparently, public speaking is considered to be THE number one fear of the average person, somehow managing to beat death itself into second place. Jerry Seinfeld commented that this means that, at a funeral…“the average person would rather be in the casket than delivering the eulogy!”