• Blog

  • E is for Extemporaneous in D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y by Michelle Moore Brady, Sage Forward Training, LLC

    Over 35 years teaching public speaking, I developed 8-quickly applied tips using the acronym D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y. to improve everyone’s public speaking skills quickly. In this new series I share these eight presentation tips. The first letter in D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y was the 'D' for Distractions, reviewed in the last submission. This 2nd factor 'E' is Extemporaneous, a key presentation goal towards [...]

    Read more

    In my 35 years teaching public speaking, I developed 8-quickly applied tips using the acronym D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y. to improve your public speaking skills. In this new series I will share excerpts from my longer training using D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y. = eight presentation tips. The first letter in D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y is 'D' for Distractions. This means avoiding anything that is distracting which might deliver[...]

    Read more

    Entrepreneurs must learn to present their ideas well! In this part 2 of 7 series, we're discussing entrepreneur pitch tips that can attract fans and funders. In part 1, we reviewed creating a 'hook' to grab the audience's attention. Now let's review making a WIFM promise to further gain audience attention. What's a WIFM promise? WIFM is an acronym which stands for “what’s in it for [...]

    Read more