Top 5 Public Speaking Behaviors that Can Make You Appear Dishonest – By Betsy Graziani Fasbinder…

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Intro byJoel Friedlander:

The world of speaking opportunities keeps expanding, and that’s good for authors. Speaking to live audiences is one of the best platform-building activities available for both fiction writers and subject matter experts.

But how to make the connection with a live audience? What gets in the way? In this article author Betsy Graziani Fasbinder looks at how to avoid the appearance of dishonesty and be an authentic voice for your readers and listeners.

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3 thoughts on “Top 5 Public Speaking Behaviors that Can Make You Appear Dishonest – By Betsy Graziani Fasbinder…

  1. Tried to comment on the blogger’s site but as is the norm these days they had a caption requirement and as is also the norm these days there was no audio caption thus making it non-accessible for screen reader users.

    So you can pass this along.

    First, I thought this was a well-written post.

    Next, Something to add is this…

    When I’m scheduling someone for guest speaking there’s nothing that screams fake more than references that cannot be verified.

    Email addresses that no longer work, companies that have gone out of business and websites that do not work are a dead give-away that the person you’re trying to have speak at an event for you or an organization you’re promoting is a great big NO!

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