Being a professional speaker for more than 12 years now, I have made many personal mistakes and have seen other leadership speakers evolve and become better onstage when speaking to audiences that do not speak English as their first language.
Here are six things professional speakers
“Becoming a good public speaker is hard work. There are a lot of elements that you have to keep in mind, a lot of skills to be learned and many ... many hours in front of an audience to become a good speaker.
He was a man that was never destined to be a leader, and King George VI, the current Queen’s father, struggled with speaking from being a young boy. This was made worse by the pressure he experienced and the fear that he felt regarding speaking in public.
You may have never heard of Ken Eder and now you have. May I recommend that you take some time to know this individual, in my books it is well worth knowing this persona.
Ken's name suddenly came rushing back into my memory.
"A bicycle and Ferrari will run at the same pace at 20 kmph, it’s not about the car it’s about the driver." - Mulk Raj Sakhuja
My upbringing is a simple one and I am extremely grateful to my parents for that.