Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Public Speaker Offers Hints For Home

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – From the board room to the breakfast table, one polished public presenter has some telling tips for life outside the office.

In his best-selling book The Exceptional Presenter, Timothy Koegel offers strategies to help CEO’s and business big-wigs win over any audience – but that’s only half the script.

Koegel’s professional speech secrets can also help people learn how to confidently confer with a spouse or child.

Koegel says parents should always make sure to approach their children in a confident – but comfortable – manner, and keep in mind that every time they open their mouths, they’re a public speaker.

For inspiration on how to speak eloquently, Koegel suggests looking up to presidential candidate Barack Obama, and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, whose engaging, conversational manner speaks for itself.

But not all politicians are slick-speaking idols.

In fact, Koegel says President George W. Bush and vice- president turned eco-activist Al Gore are poor presenters, with a forced, uncomfortable presence you definitely don’t want to use on your loved one.

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