3 Expert Public Speaking Tips

///3 Expert Public Speaking Tips

As we begin 2017 together, I’m more excited then ever to share with you tips, ideas, resources and amazing people to help inspire and re-inspire you for the important work you do for our world.

That’s why I want to kick off the year by introducing you to Lindsay Moss.


Lindsay has been an actor, director and producer and has 3 expert tips for your public speaking success.

His tips are not only easy to use, but are also tips you can implement today.

If you ever get nervous giving a talk, or want to increase your public speaking confidence this interview is for you!

2017…here we go!

A Question For You:

What are your tops tips for overcoming your fear of public speaking? Add your comments below to share your ideas. 

By |2020-02-25T09:54:19+11:00January 9th, 2017|Inspire yourself|4 Comments

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  1. Susana Noor January 18, 2017 at 9:25 am

    I embrace the stress of nerves as I know it is only because I want to do a good job .I prepare notes to help me know the main points and I have some questions to ask students to get their input as well. Take a deep breath…start with an ice breaker such as an opening thought …For instance “WHO has it tougher with peer pressure ? boys or girls or both ? I then give students time to comment then launch into my input.I then show them videos with similar questions being asked of other teenagers. At the end I give them something to fill in about what they have watched/ their opinion.

    • William DeJean January 18, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      Hi Susana – one of the things I loved about what you said is that the reason you get nervous is because you want to do a great job. It’s that great information for all of us. Maybe we are nervous simply because we care about what we do and want to do it well? Thanks!

  2. Oscar January 18, 2017 at 11:34 am

    Here are my tips or what I do to overcome my fear of public speaking:

    1) Practice in advance what I am going to say.
    2) Try to relax and say to myself that the people in the audience are people like you and me (and not a kind of monster that is going to eat you if you make a mistake).
    3) Speak slowly and give myself time to think in advance what I am saying and how I am saying it.
    4) Have a good time. I try to enjoy and have a good time when presenting.
    5) Be brief and concise.
    6) Try to engage the audience with questions related to I am going to explain next.

    Thank you for the video. I really like it.

    • William DeJean January 18, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      Thanks Oscar for really showing us your process. I’m sure a lot of people will benefit from your 6 tips. I’m glad you found the video useful.

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