Let’s face it: Most of us spend all day behind our desks, so when the opportunity comes along to speak up on our design—or a design topic—it can be a bit intimidating. But perhaps giving that TED talk is easier than you think.
Eleanor Handley offers public speaking tips for introverts who seek to surpass their perceived limitations and make themselves heard.
In the latest podcast/interview in the Creative Freelancer Conference Speaker Series (the big event is right around the corner, June 22-24 in San Francisco), Ilise Benun speaks with Jezra Kaye, author of “Speak Like Yourself, No Really,” and together they dissect each word of her session title: “Promote and Present: How to Speak Persuasively...
Creative freelancer, Damien Golden, shares tips from preparing for her first speaking gig.
Jenn David of Jenn David Design used CFC to practice a skill that will help grow her business -- public speaking -- and it wasn't so bad!
Creative freelancer, Pam Saxon, shows how she took advantage of opportunities at CFC to get over her fear of public speaking.
Five brave creative freelancers kick of the happy hour at CFC with 5-minute presentations to practice speaking in front of a group.
Copywriter (and CFC veteran) Sheila Hart-O'Connor shares details about her first experience speaking to a group. It wasn't so bad!
Clients don’t just buy your services, they buy what you believe. Speaking works as a business development tool because it is an opportunity for you to share what you believe in a non-sales environment. People don’t like to be sold to. Use speaking to build trust and then enjoy the magnetic pull of clients...