Capture Your Audience in Writing and Public Speaking
you fail to grab your audiences' attention in the lead paragraph or
first 10-20 seconds of your speech, you may have lost your opportunity
to be heard. Whether you're giving a presentation, writing a press
release, or drafting an op-ed, effective speaking and writing is the
difference between success and failure. So what does it take to be a
strong public speaker? What does good writing look like?
freelance writer and editor Brian Berusch and public speaking coach and
author Pam Chambers give you insight on how to fine-tune your skills so
your messages stand out and rise above the clutter.
Pam Chambers is known as Hawaii's Presentation Coach. Since 1985, she
ed thousands of people become better communicators - whether
they speak to one person, to small groups, or to large audiences.
Pam helps a wide array of clients - moving
men, bodyguards, front-line retailers, entertainers, CPAs, attorneys,
bankers, CEOs, and people from any industry you can name - even a shy
Pam is the author of Speak for Yourself, Stand & Deliver, and Life is a Presentation.
Her latest book, Public Speaking Made Easy, made the bestseller list in
Hawaii. She was named by Honolulu Magazine as one of Hawaii's 10 Most
is editor of HILuxury Magazine, as well as founder and publisher of B on Hawaii. He's has been reporting
on trends within the travel, culinary, luxury and lifestyle markets
since 1996. Through extensive travels, interaction with key players,
the cultivation of business relationships, and an ongoing effort to
hone his writing, photography, design and production skills, Brian
has positioned himself as the travel industry's "go-to" guy for all
things travel-trend related.
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