Mike Kim is a specialist in personal branding, a marketing expert, and an extraordinarily talented copywriter. He's also a member of my private Regency Mastermind
– a remarkable, small group of people doing Big Things. ~ Ray Edwards
You’ve bought the online courses. You’ve attended conferences. You’ve read the right books, tuned into the top podcasts, and even modeled your blog after your favorite online expert.
But no matter how religiously you follow the “right” advice, you just can’t seem to get more traction.
Today's post is a guest post by my friend and colleague Mike Kim. I strongly recommend you check out his Brand You!
marketing podcast, and his blog.
Have you ever found yourself completely enraptured by a public speaker? Or sat amazed at the sheer eloquence, power, and delivery of a gifted orator? Have you ever dreamt of doing the same only to conclude, “No way … I could never do that!” Yeah, same here.
While growing up, I marveled at great orators: the politicians, lecturers, coaches, and preachers that just seemed like they were “born with it.” Public speaking never came naturally to me, so sharing my ideas in front of people seemed like a pipe dream.
But public speaking — like any other type of communication — can be developed. The problem is we tend to focus on the discourse rather than the delivery. Both are important, so here are a few tips to improve your public speaking … they're so simple you'll feel like you're cheating.