Memorial Day has come and gone. It’s officially summer. It’s time for the 2013 Summer Presentation Skills Reading List. DC’s had it’s full share of rain, so the Summer heat and humidity can not be far off. The Greene family will be heading off to the beaches of Bethany and Rehobeth in Delaware. Yes, lots of Thrashers Fries will be consumed. In August we’ll zip up to upper Minnesota, near Hackensack, MN, for a couple weeks at a family lakeside cabin.
2013’s Summer Presentation Skills Reading List consists of books that are designed for speakers who aspire to take their presentation skills to the next level. If you’re giving presentations on a regular basis, then you’ll relate to many of the stories in the books. Apply the information to your presentations and you’ll be a better speaker by the Tuesday after Labor Day. Have a fun, safe, and magical Summer.
2013 Summer Presentation Skills Reading List
1) The Naked Presenter by Garr Reynolds
2) Confessions of a Public Speaker by Scott Berkun
3) Paid to Speak from the National Speakers Association
Video: Summer Presentation Skills Reading List
Grab a Gold Star. Read an additional book from a previous Summer Presentation Skills Readings List. Have a fun, safe, and magical summer.
2011 Summer Presentation Skills Readings List Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds; Resonate by Nancy Duarte; The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine Gallo
Charles’ June 2013 Presentation Skills newsletter: Get tips & techniques to improve your presentations.
Want more presentation tips? Watch Charles’ videos on speaking and presentation skills or read Charles’ weekly presentation tips. From the fundamentals of speaking to PowerPoint pointers, Charles covers all aspects of public speaking. Have a specific presentation question? Send him a message. Even during the summer, he’ll respond to your presentation skills questions.
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