There are some public speaking mistakes that are both common and totally avoidable, if you know what they are and how to prepare for them.
I call these mistakes speaking landmines; because, like actual landmines, they can get you into a ton of trouble.
Given the fact that public speaking generally lands at the top of the list of what people fear, it’s a good idea to have some tips and tricks up your sleeve so that you can avoid making these mistakes.
That’s why I created my brand new report, 5 Speaking Landmines and How to Avoid Them.
You can access your copy of the report here.
The very first (and perhaps most important) landmine to avoid is not creating both a powerful opening and a compelling close to your remarks.
It takes only one sentence out of your mouth for the audience to decide whether you’ve got a message worth hearing, or if it’s time to sneak a peak at their phones.
And if you really want to hit the ball out of the park when it comes to making an impact on your audience, your closing sentence needs to motivate people to take the action your message is designed to inspire.
Other topics covered in the free report include:
- The importance of adequate rehearsal
- Not effectively promoting your offer
- No making it easy for people to give you their contact information
Plus 2 others, including a bonus landmine to avoid.
Be sure to get your copy of this valuable report here.
The goal is to ensure that you come across as the authority and expert that you are.