Look Past Borders for Greater Expert Speaking Success – Podcast 83

Get Booked to Speak InternationallyIf you’re an expert speaker who’d like to speak more often, here’s why it pays to both ‘connect with’ and ‘learn from’ local expert speaker peers and to use this platform to look beyond your borders to ignite your expert speaking success to even higher levels.

And here’s how these communities can set you on the path to being perceived as a world class, ‘go-to source’ speaker for your chosen expertise:


7 Tips to Help You Add More Clarity to Every Presentation You Give – Podcast 78

Boost Clarity in Your Public SpeakingNigh on every leader will tell you that achieving clarity is ‘mission critical’ when giving presentations to those they wish to influence.

Of course. After all, if you’re succinct, precise and unambiguous, you’ll make it easier for your audiences to get and remember your ideas.

Great. That sounds like a good plan and should be simple enough to achieve, right?

Of course, the answer should be yes.


How to Become a Renowned Keynote Speaker: Patricia Fripp Speaks – Podcast 29

Eamonn O'Brien Interviews Patricia Fripp

What does it take to write a keynote speech and to become a keynote speaker?

If you’ve ever wondered how to become a keynote speaker and to grow your visibility and popularity as an expert speaker, while avoiding pitfalls that could impede your progress…

…You’re in luck.

In today’s expert interview, Hall of Fame keynote speaker, former President of the National Speakers Association, and executive communications coach Patricia Fripp graciously chatted with me at a recent night out with the Professional Speaking Association of Ireland about what it takes to become a truly stellar speaker.


Spark More Conversations to Become a Better Speaker – Podcast 28

Engaged AudienceYou take to the podium and start to speak. Your audience appears to be paying rapt attention to the pearls of wisdom you share and to hear every word you say.

How would this make you feel – happy, relaxed, maybe even a bit more confident?

Might thoughts of “Result!” or “This is going well” cross your mind?

Positive as this situation may be, here’s a caution you should probably consider: