Opening a Curtain

Five (More) Great Ways To Open A Presentation

Since releasing 101 Ways to Open a Speech last July, I’ve published 10 of the book’s opens for free on the blog, along with its full introduction.

For this post, I revisited the 91 opens that I’ve never published here before and selected five of my favorites to share with you.

In this post, you’ll learn how to earn the audience’s attention through the non-expert quote, the unexpected definition, the use of rapid-fire statistics, and more. Here’s to better speech openings that grab your audience’s attention from the start and lead to better results!

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Introduction To My New Book: “101 Ways To Open A Speech”

(August 5, 2015) Big news: My wife and I are celebrating the birth of our second child! I’ll be taking the next couple of weeks off to help our family adjust to life with two kids. The blog will be back on Monday, August 24.

In the meantime, I’m pleased to announce another (smaller) new arrival. My new book, “101 Ways to Open a Speech,” is now available worldwide for the Kindle. In this post, you’ll be able to read the full five-page introduction to the book.

Thanks for reading, and see you back here soon!

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Announcing My New Book: “101 Ways to Open a Speech”

I’m delighted to announce that my second book, 101 Ways to Open a Speech, was released today and is now available on Amazon!

101 Ways to Open a Speech introduces you to a broad range of speech starters, using dozens of real-life examples and original suggestions. You will find opens intended to surprise, persuade, motivate, engage, and amuse your audiences. Some tell a story, others help frame your topic, and a few rely on modern technology.

I wrote the book with the hope that it would become an indispensable desktop reference for everyone who ever presents to any audience.

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