Public Speaking Course:
The WOW! Factor
Do you do or say anything unique during your presentations that cause
the audience to stop and say WOW? You will learn some cool "wow"
techniques in my public speaking course.
One aspect of having the audience remember you is to be "unforgettable"! There are many ways to make
your speech memorable and to WOW the crowd.
Dewitt Jones, a former photographer for National Geographic uses slides
that literally give you goose bumps.
Tom Ogden, an award winning magician from the Magic Castle in Los Angeles
uses, what else, magic.
Dave Gorden shows a motion picture of a moving story
about Walt Disney.
I use a special freeze frame
video segment and shoot fire in the air, so folks say "WOW!".
In fact, there are many things that you can use or do to impress your
audience enough to say WOW!
You may have great voice quality like my friend, author and former
radio announcer, Rick Ott.
You may use your appearance like professional speaker Larry Winget
who wears funny glasses and ties.
You might juggle, or use props, play a musical instrument, or sing
a solo that brings the audience to their feet singing along, and then
If you want to push your name up the memorability chart, put something
unique in your presentation that causes the audience members to go
"WOW! That's a speaker I want to hear again!" is what you