Tom Antion: Presentations That Sell Bootcamp

I’m speaking at Maurice Dimino’s “Presentations That Sell Bootcamp” this weekend.

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Tom Antion: Motivational Speaking

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Tom Antion: Get Your Audience “In Fun”

Sigmund Freud wrote:
“The most favorable condition for comic pleasure is a
generally happy disposition in which one is in the mood
for laughter. In happy toxic states almost everything
seems comic. We laugh at the expectation of laughing,
at the appearance of one who is presenting the comic
material (sometimes even before he [she] attempts to
make us laugh), and finally, we laugh at the
recollection of having laughed.”

This concept has been termed “in fun” by people that study humor.
If you want your audience to laugh, they must be in fun. You, the
speaker, must be in fun. The emcee or program coordinator must be
in fun. The whole program should be designed in fun.

Don’t do anything to take them out of in fun. Don’t discuss
controversial subjects like religion or politics and don’t make
unfriendly comments to audience members. If a problem occurs
which must be dealt with, find an in fun way of doing so. For
instance, if I’m at a presentation and someone asks me who I
voted for I say, “I voted for the USA.” That’s a cute way to say
that I really don’t want to talk about it.

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Tom Meets Patricia Kara in Los Angeles

“Deal or No Deal”  Star Patricia Kara and Tom Antion working the red carpet in Los Angeles at Craig Duswalt’s Rockstar Bootcamp event on Sept. 25, 2010

Tom Antion: Anatomy Of A Teleseminar

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Tom Antion: Public Speaking Perks

 

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When you become a top public speaker, you get opportunities to visit and experience historic and highly interesting places around the world. In this video, Tom visited the original site where the opening to The Andy Griffith Show was filmed not once, but twice. The 1960 version was in black and white and the 1965 version was in color.

Tom Antion: Mentee Websites

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Tom Antion: Asides

In the theater, an “aside” is something said to the audience that is not to be heard by the other actors. If the aside was delivered on a television sitcom, the actor would look right at the camera and talk to the viewers at home instead of talking to the other actors.

To a public speaker it means a temporary departure from the main theme or topic. If you get good at this technique, the audience will think you are a genius. The way it works is that you begin telling a story or delivering information on a certain topic. Then you go off on a tangent (aside) indirectly related to the main theme. When you have finished the aside, you pick up the main theme where you left off and keep right on going.

The audience may think you are lost or confused when you first leave the original topic, but when you return to the main line after the aside, they realize you are in total control. This is very impressive.

Great storytellers are able to take you down several auxiliary paths, but still move you along the main path from beginning to conclusion. I tell a story about some medical work I had done where the doctor said to me, “This will just pinch a little bit. ” This phrase sends me down a whole different path talking about how my dentist had said the same thing and then pushed the Novacaine needle up into my brain, twisted it around, and pulled it out. I then came back to the main line of the medical story until I got to the word gauze. This word sets off another tangential story about my mother ripping gauze off me. Then it is back to the main line again.

You can alert the audience of an upcoming aside by saying the word “incidentally” before you veer off the main path. Another good technique is to go to a different part of the stage when you do the aside. Get good at asides and you will add a new dimension to the way you tell your funny stories or deliver information.

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