Monthly Archives: March 2015


Just Be Yourself (Only Better!)

I once had a new speech coaching client say to me: “Delivering a natural speech is one of the most unnatural things in the world!” Unfortunately, she thought that in order to appear natural in front of an audience, she had to control everything—especially how she spoke and her physical actions on stage. An entirely understandable, and common, perspective. But, also...



How a Speech Coach Measures Performance

You want to be a better public speaker. Maybe it’s to help you provide clearer leadership to your team or to better engage with your customers. Or, maybe it’s to take advantage of a moment in the spotlight to advance your career. So, you’ve made the choice to improve your performance. Now what? I believe careful assessment, both self-assessment and...