Presentation Coaching

5 ways to prepare for a successful public speaking presentation

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / January 23, 2023 /

Preparing for a successful public speaking presentation requires careful planning, skill, and practice. No matter how much of an expert you are at your topic, delivering it to an audience requires quite a different skillset. It involves being 100% authentically you whilst you’re on stage to keep your audience interested and engaged in your topic. …

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How to Use Diversity and Inclusion to Enhance Your Business Communications

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / December 5, 2022 /

Cross-cultural communication continues to be a challenge in our increasingly hyper-connected world. In most organisations, public speaking events and conference meetings, your audience will consist of people from diverse backgrounds, who have come from different cultures than the one they find themselves in today and will therefore have different perspectives that affect the way they…

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5 successful ways to connect with a cross-cultural audience

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / October 31, 2022 /

Every leader and public speaker wants to connect with their audience. Because without some kind of connection, it would be impossible to get your audience to act upon your message.  But what happens when your audience is culturally diverse? How do you make sure that your message is being received in the way that you…

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Breathing techniques for public speakers

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / October 17, 2022 /

It’s not uncommon for public speakers to suffer from nerves or anxiety before they stand up and deliver a presentation. I still feel nervous before I go on a big stage, but I know what techniques to use to settle my nerves down so that they don’t get in the way of delivering my One…

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5 things I learned when delivering a TEDx Talk

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / September 21, 2022 /

It was over 7 years ago that I delivered my first TEDx Talk surrounded by some of the most innovative thinkers, leaders and speakers in the US. It’s fair to say that I learned a lot during my first TEDx Talk and many of those lessons have served me well as a keynote speaker. I want…

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Why I trademarked OneBIGMessage®

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / September 5, 2022 /

I’ve recently been through the process of applying for a trademark for “One BIG Message® ” and I’m pleased to say that it’s successfully been accepted. I wanted to explain why I wanted to secure a trademark for this and why it’s so important for leaders, public speakers and leaders who give presentations.    What…

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From Boomers to Millennials: How to Communicate with Multiple Generations

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / July 4, 2022 /

An effective public speaker and communicator should be able to customize the way they communicate with all ages. If you’ve been asked to deliver a business presentation to a multigenerational audience, you need to utilize generational differences and ensure you create a collaborative, innovative and exciting business presentation that engages the hearts and minds across…

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What makes a good virtual presentation?

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / June 20, 2022 /

What makes a good virtual presentation?    In a post pandemic world, virtual presentations and meetings have become the norm, and like them or loathe them, it looks as though they’re here to stay. Virtual presentations allow leaders, speakers and presenters to connect with anyone, anywhere in the world, making events, pitches and keynotes even…

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As few words as possible

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / January 24, 2022 /

Distill your ONE BIG MESSAGE® to as few words as possible When we prepare to give a presentation or speech, the tendency is to say too much. We want to make such a big impression on our audience and demonstrate our expertise that we tend to use too many words which can often dilute our message…

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Techniques to calm your nerves before giving a presentation

By Natsuyo Lipschutz / November 30, 2021 /

Feeling nervous before giving a presentation is completely normal.  Many seasoned public speakers suffer from nerves, myself included, and there are techniques I’m going to share with you to help you channel your nerves into energy and high performance.    Relaxation exercises  You can practice these relaxation exercises on the morning of your presentation.  I…

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