My Top 5 Public Speaking Blog Posts for 2015

Top 5 Blog Posts 2015 v2 I don't know about you but I love increasing my knowledge and learning from other experts so I am often reading blog posts about confidence and communication. I enjoy writing my own blogs too and am always fascinated by which ones are the most popular amongst my readers.

This year I posted fewer blogs than last year, although there were more readers overall! I also wrote some guest blog posts for Citrix Interactions Blog which has been voted as one of the top 20 business blogs in the UK so I was delighted to be asked to write for them and to share my thoughts with thousands more readers.

If you've not yet read them, here are the Citrix Interactions posts:

11 Presenting Mistakes That Make Your Audience Cringe

7 Secrets of Confident Presenters

And now for my top 5 posts for 2015:

Tips for Managing the Q&A Part of Your Presentation

Public Speaking Lessons From The Professionals

How to Talk Like a TEDx Speaker

11 Ways to Kill Your Credibility as a Presenter

3 Areas Most Presenters Forget to Prepare and Why You Should Make Them a Priority

If you've not read these posts, do take a look. And if you have, do feel free to share them if you think they would benefit your network.

I look forward to sharing more posts with you in 2016.

 

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Mel Sherwood prepares ambitious entrepreneurs and business professionals to take centre stage, embrace the spotlight and present with more confidence, credibility and conviction. She is a multi-award winning speaker, trainer and coach and the founder of Grow Your Potential, which specialises in supporting individuals and organisations to design and deliver winning pitches and presentations.

Mel’s background includes over 20 years’ experience in public, private and not-for-profit organisations in Australia and the United Kingdom and she has also worked as an actor, presenter and singer. To find out more about Mel’s talks and programmes go to www.grow-your-potential.com or for public speaking and pitching tips follow Mel on Twitter @Grow_Potential