As speakers, we want to create the best speech that we can. In order to do this we can make use of a large number of tools that are available. However, we first have to know about the tools that we have access to and then we need to know how to go about using […]
Learn the skills that public speakers can use to get their points across clearly and truly connect with their audiences in order to create real changes
After the speech has been written, the practice has been done, all that is left is for you to actually present your speech to the audience. It goes without saying that this can be one of life’s biggest challenges! What You’ll Find Inside: * I WANT TO PRESENT JUST LIKE STEVE JOBS * TOP […]
Dr. Jim Anderson delivers a powerful speech in which he explains the secrets to creating and delivering an exciting (not boring) speech.
Dr. Jim Anderson has just announced that he has expanded the number of speeches that are available for him to deliver to university and college audiences.
So you’ve been picked to give a presentation at the next team/department/company gathering. You sit down with a blank computer screen, bring up PowerPoint and as you stare at that blank slide you can almost see your career going into a tailspin and hurtling towards a flaming crash. Great, now what do you do? Why […]
On Sunday, June 3rd 2012, Dr. Jim Anderson will deliver the keynote speech at the 1st annual LogikLabs microcontroller conference.
Dr. Jim Anderson delivered a high-energy keynote speech at the 2012 IEEE USA annual conference.
The Institute For Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)’s USA branch will be holding their 2012 annual meeting from May 3-May 6th in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Jim Anderson has been selected to deliver the keynote address as a part of this convention.
Dr. Jim Anderson investigates how a speaker can persuade an audience to take action.
So I’m not so sure that that title is clear, but basically what I’m talking about is delivering presentations to young people. I’m talking about elementary school age folks. Like 5-11 years old. Maybe the toughest crowd that you’ll ever have to face!