How to Become a Great Speaker in 10 Minutes Per Day

The classic maxim, “Fail to prepare, prepare to fail,” is extremely true when it comes to public speaking. If you have to deliver a speech and haven’t practiced your delivery, you’re going to fail.  Here’s the stark reality: You are the presentation.  Yes, your arguments, illustrations, facts, and anecdotes certainly matter. But if these things are delivered in a flat, uninspired way, they won’t resonate with the audience. Your speech will fall flat, failing to motivate your listeners and becoming mostly forgettable.  Stage presence is vital to motivation and audience and just as important as the presentation itself.  The good news100