Hi, I’m Maryna
(a certified nerd in all things communication)
But what about YOU? You’re here to make an impact, right? To show what you’re made of. And to do that, you need to step out and shine. So let’s talk:
Let’s engage. You’re valuable and so is your message. So stop being dull.
Let’s respect your time. A good strategy is like a good message. Efficient and to the point.
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Engaging Talks Strategist
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Q&A: “What’s the best way to start a talk?” Great question. The way you start sets the tone for the rest of the talk, so you always have to ENGAGE. How do you do that? With a hook. Watch this 2-min video for an example. Talk soon, Maryna Shkvorets Persuasive Speaking for Introverts
Originally on: http://cfmu.ca/episodes/10932-morningfile-episode-for-2018-09-27 If you you know you need to speak up in front of a crowd, but feel like you totally freeze up, or blank out by fear and nerves; OR if you find that your message is kind of… dull it might be time to work with a public speaking coach. Talk Soon, […]
I was recently asked for some “tips” for a better slide deck or powerpoint. First of all, if you know me, you know that I hate “tips”! For many of us, becoming a compelling presenter won’t happen after reading a quick list of do’s and don’ts. That said, I too recall going on rampages researching […]
I want to tell you about a young man I met who had to give a lunch-time presentation to his whole team. This presentation was important to him, because he’s just starting out in his career and he wanted everyone, especially his manager, to know that he’s a go-getter. He prepared. He practiced. He did […]
“There are always three speeches. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave”
– Dale Carnegie