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Want to be a great public speaker? Learn from the best: Dr. Patrick Dixon

Don't even think of giving a speech at another conference until you've watched these clips of Dr. Patrick Dixon at work.  He's one of the best conference speakers in the world, and even if you're already a good speaker, watching Patrick will help you become great!

He's brilliant at connecting, and interacting with any audience, who instantly become spell-bound. 

Connecting with people is not just about shallow showmanship, it's about having something important to say and delivering it in a way that works. 

As well as being a world-changer and an all round great bloke, Dr. D is very generous in helping others and freely shares his wisdom and experience.

He's outlined some top-tips on audience interaction, and you can find more fantastic resources and ideas at Patrick's site www.globalchange.com.

*  Conference speakers need audience interaction.

*  Engage the audience with participation, questions, straw polls, discussion, walking into the audience, using volunteers - all important.

*  Think about audience experience, performance, and theatre rather than a lecture or cold presentation of ideas.

*  All great keynote speakers know how to connect with an people, how to build rapport, relationship, chemistry, emotional bond.

*  Always include humour and funny stories about real life business issues.

*  Entertaining and motivational conference keynote speakers all know how to connect with passion, they're provocative and thought-provoking.

It really is worth checking out www.globalchange.com  Not only will you be able to see more of Dr. D in action, you'll be better equipped to cope with the future too!

All the best with your speaking career, and thanks for reading this post!

Much love, Ian.



  • Ian AspinLocation: Lancaster Lake District, UK
  • Bio: I’m passionate about my work:TV journalist, producer, presenter, business ideas person. I care about: family, friends, helping people, finding meaning, running