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Speaking Tips: How To Speak On Camera Like A Pro

How to speak on camera like a pro - speaking tip - Bryan Toder

Transcript: If you do video (or want to do video), realize that talking to a video audience is a LOT different than talking to a live audience… …stay tuned…! Hi, I’m Bryan Toder—The No Fear Guy—and as you can see, I like doing video. But, it took a while to get the hang of talking […]

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Best SPEAKING Tip: How to Start a Speech, Talk, Presentation with The Perfect Opening?

How to start a speech - Bryan Toder The No Fear Guy

Transcript:It occurred to me that one of the things that terrifies people when they speak is… starting what they are going to say.You’re at a meeting and you need to give an impromptu presentation… or even a prepared one. And you get stuck…. right at the beginning. What do you do…?Hi… I’m Bryan Toder, The […]

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SPEAKING TIPS – How To Avoid Receiving The Worst Introduction Ever

SPEAKING TIPS • How To Avoid The Worst Introduction Ever

Transcription: One of the worst things that can happen when you give a speech is someone winging the introduction. Did you know that the intro is almost important as your speech? In a moment, I’ll give you some professional intro techniques that you can use! Hi, I’m Bryan Toder, The No Fear Guy, and if […]

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Public Speaking Tips: How to Speak Without Being Tongue-Tied?

Public Speaking Tips: How to Speak Without Being Tongue-Tied

Transcript: Whenever I coach someone on public speaking, they usually ask how I can speak so extemporaneously. They, ask, “How do you always know what to say?!” Want to know how? Stay tuned…! Hi, I’m Bryan Toder, The No Fear Guy, and if you want to speak extemporaneously, or “off the top of your head”, […]

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Anxious About Public Speaking? Then It’s Time for a Dress Rehearsal

Public Speaking

Successful public speakers have a routine in place that pumps them up and preps them for the pressure, and they practice. And practice. Then practice some more. Then, they rehearse. If you’re just letting your thoughts, and heart rate, run wild before a public speech or presentation, you’re not tapping into your inner rock star. […]

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