If you look at the trends of over 30 years ago in fashion, technology, architecture, and any other industry, what was cutting edge back then has become cliché and grossly out of date now. But in the speaking industry, most people get up and still walk, talk, and sound like the 1980’s motivational speakers of yesteryear. The Book on Public Speaking takes a head-on approach and challenges the status quo for business leaders that speak in front of their staff, board of directors, and the public. After reading this book you will be privy to the most current methods for speaking to an audience for maximum impact in today’s more sophisticated and skeptical culture. If you are the type of business leader who has achieved a level of success in life and feel compelled to share your story with the world, don’t lessen that impact by imitating out-dated speaking techniques. Instead, break the mold of the speaker cliché and tap into a speaking style that is authentic, packs a punch, and leaves the audience wanting more.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Topher Morrison’s speaking career has spanned over the past 30 years. He’s traveled throughout the US, UK, Australia, & Singapore, and has earned a global reputation as an expert in mass-communications and influence. He is featured in the award-winning documentaries "The Compass" and "Riches," and his first book, Stop Chasing Perfection & Settle for Excellence , has been hailed as “The self-help book for people who are sick of self-help books”. His book, Collaboration Economy , has become the go-to book for businesses preparing for the new collaboration age. Most recently, he was accepted onto the University of Tampa's Board of Fellows and ranked in the top 10 Business Speakers in Tampa Bay, FL – the headquarters for Topher Communications.
In contrast to most professional speakers, Topher’s shockingly honest, sometimes irreverent, and always down-to-earth approach is surprisingly infectious. His personality and straightforward manner are perfect for the business leader who is tired of fleeting success in “self-help sinkholes.” He is not afraid to tell it like it is and shatters the myth of achieving overnight success. Instead, Topher speaks to the person who could care less about motivational 'magic wands' and is more focused on getting tangible, proven strategies to become a key person of influence in their company, network, or industry.