Marcus Tandler about handling anxiety, rehearsing, Slidestorms and more!

At The Inbounder in Madrid, Bas van den Beld spoke to Marcus Tandler about his experiences as a speaker and any tips he has for other (new) speakers). We discussed several topics: from Google to Slidestorms (301 slides in 30 minutes!), rehearsing, anxiety, tactics and much more! Here’s the full video. See a breakdown of […]

Purna Virji (Bing): Speaker advise about Nerves, Structure and Preparation

In the past few weeks, you have seen parts of the interview with Purna Virji being published on our YouTube channel and through our social channels. Today, you can watch the entire interview with Purna! Learning from Purna Public speaking for some speakers seems to be easy. They look confident on stage. They have a […]

That’s too much information!

When you are speaking in public, you might be inclined to share as much information as possible. That, however, might not be the best choice. People only remember three things. Here’s the transcript of the video: Hello! I hope you’re doing well and I hope, you are planning on doing a lot of speaking this […]

How to get people to come up to you after your talk

There are speakers who draw great crowds. Not only during their session, but after as well. People come up to them, ask them questions, take pictures and often enough, become clients. How do they do that? Of course, with a good presentation. But there is a way to get that attention as well. Here’s how… […]

Want to make a point? Ask your audience these 3 questions

I wrote about ways to connect with your audience before. One topic I didn’t address then was asking the audience questions. Sometimes speakers want to engage with the audience by asking them a question. Often, these are simple questions (“who in the room works for an agency?”). Sometimes the questions are more complicated. These have […]

Be on time and prepared

Some speakers come into the venue they are going to be speaking at last minute. It will make for a bad presentation. Here’s what you should do. Instead, come prepared. Be there early. Get to know the room. Get a feel of the audience. And very important: test your technical settings. So you know it […]

The End of your Talk

One of the most important parts of your talk is the end of it. How you end your talk, decides on how people walk away from it. So you want it to be good. Bas van den Beld explains in this video why and how to pay attention to the end of your talk. This […]