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If you have any questions please email me at or visit I can also be reached on LinkedIn. Remember: we have a number of briefings on a variety of public speaking topics- if one area interests you, please feel free to ask. Here is one example file on breathing: Voice Power.


Public speaking clubs around the world: The cheapest and best place to improve your speaking!


My two favorite impromptu speaking links are: are: and this recorded Stanford session—

Good short videos on impromptu:


Good short articles on Q&As: 


    TED Talks on presenting: 

    Get better at speaking!

    • Speaking Anxiety:
    • Gestures:
    • Being an expert:
    • Impromptu  speaking:
    • Pronunciation/Voice drills (so many!):
    • Body language in general:

    Suggested Books: A small sampling of our favorite books.

    • Honest Signals (the science of body language and voice)
    • Made to Stick
    • The Extreme Presentation Method
    • The Secret Language of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Action Through Narrative

    Sentiment Analysis Tools (for analyzing audience):