Guide to a Better Speaking Performance

Last week I shared my lesson of persistence on the snowboard and how that translates to persistence in acquiring a new skill.  Today let’s explore how we can accelerate our results and reduce the errors/falls in performance. On the third day on the snow, I ended up falling badly coming off the chairlift and breaking my wrist. Ouch! Usually, when things go wrong in our business or speaking performance, it’s not quite so painful – but there can be pain nonetheless. It is said that if you don’t pay attention, you pay with pain. So what can we pay attention to? How can we