by New research in Marketing from Brigham Young University and the University of Washington has found that the senses you activate in people when you communicate influences their responses. The researchers distinguish between distal (more remote) and proximal (closer) experiences … Continue reading
by Recently, I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Salim Omar of CPA Marketing Genius. Here is that interview for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
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by This post appears in Stanford’s GSB Insights. To see the original article, click here. Success depends on strong preparation, concrete examples, and good connection with your audience. by Matt Abrahams Lauren Weinstein Public speaking is a challenge for many, … Continue reading
by Bobby McFerrin had it right when he sang about happiness and anxiety. Three new academic studies support the positive effect happiness can have on anxiety and other negative emotional states. When it comes to preparing for a speech that … Continue reading
by Matt Abrahams helps put you in other people’s shoes and practice, practice, practice on The Nice Guys today.
by Everything old is new again…Here is a video of mine discussing the sources of speaking anxiety and how to manage them from a few years back. What’s new are these visual notes created by one of my students. Please … Continue reading
by In a strange bit of serendipity, I had the privilege to coach two exceptional speakers who were giving different high stakes presentations on the same weekend. Roy B. presented a talk on a purpose driven death, and Ken W. … Continue reading
by Truth or Dare: Episode 4 This month a podcast—called Truth or Dare—was born. Like the posts in this column, the podcast focuses on topics that will boost your http://medicines4all.com/ social health. Each episode gives you a quick “sit down” … Continue reading