You Can Improve Your Public Speaking for Free

If you’re looking to up your public speaking game, you don’t have to shell out tons of money to do it. In fact, as the Arc Management Group team proposes, there is a treasure trove of opportunities to pick up presentation tips for no cost at all:

  • Dale Carnegie’s “The Art of Public Speaking”: This is a downloadable audio version of this book from one of D&M Global Group pro’s favorite authors, Dale Carnegie. Carnegie wrote the legendary networking book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” This audio is 19 hours long and includes the essentials to improve your public-speaking effectiveness. 
  • “Fundamentals of Public Speaking”: If you don’t have 19 hours to listen to the Carnegie book on tape,
Arc Management Group experts suggest you can certainly invest 12 minutes to watch this video of University of Houston professor Deborah Bridges’ lecture.
  • Sarah Lloyd-Hughes’ 6-Week e-Course on Public Speaking: Maybe a structured class setting is your thing. Each week, Lloyd-Hughes, the author of “How to Be Brilliant at Public Speaking” shares a different quality the best public speakers share. Classes are sent via email to attendees.
  • Toastmasters International: Perhaps hands-on is the best way for you to learn. This organization has chapters in almost every city. You’ll be able to meet others and practice your skills with them.
  • Did we mention that all these options are free? Get more success tips like them on our LinkedIn page!