I recently finished Open, the autobiography of Andre Agassi. It is a terrific book and is one of the best autobiographies that I have ever read. I highly recommend it. The title of the book could not be more appropriate. Agassi truly does open up his life—the good, the bad and the ugly—to the world. […]
Last week I was in Oxford, England. What a fantastic little city! Wonderful architecture and jam-packed with history. Speaking of jam … I spent one day strolling around the University of Oxford campus with my daughter. At one point, we came across this lovely little store selling all kinds delicious chutneys and jams. I thought […]
I am happy to provide you with a comprehensive public speaker’s checklist for logistical matters. Last year I wrote a post about logistical items that speakers should remember for a speaking engagement. Reader response was so good that I created an addendum. To put these ideas into a more practical format for you, I have […]
The response to my recent post, A Public Speaker’s Checklist, has been great. Comments have been pouring in on Twitter, LinkedIn, email and this blog. People have been offering some great suggestions for additional things that public speakers need to remember. So that as many people as possible can benefit from our collective knowledge and […]
A checklist of 50 things that public speakers need to remember before their presentation.