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Paul talks about his superpower of curiosity, shares some killer public speaking tips and Paul dishes on his love of music and how many instruments he can play.
"You have a story, tell it like you mean it."
Paul Geiger, the founder of Public Speaking Advantage, has spent the past decade as a NYC speech coach specializing in effective business communications. Paul has consulted with over 3000 executives helping them improve their clarity and delivery when under pressure. Companies like Viacom, Google, Citi, Twitter, Bloomberg, NBC News, and Nasdaq look to Paul for presentation and public speaking advice, and leadership training.
His latest book, “Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks, and Shortcuts For Public Speaking at Work” incorporates Paul’s unique journey and perspectives as a media consultant, live event host, comedy writer, and executive coach. The advice and exercises in the book cover best practices for meetings, presentations, and sales calls, and offer insights into mitigating public speaking anxiety.
Paul has also enjoyed a parallel career as a voice artist and as a performer. His radio and television voiceover clients include Mazda, Capital One and Mercedes Benz. Paul’s live and on camera performances have promoted such companies as Oracle, Coldwell Banker and Bacardi International. He is a regular contributor to the website Vocal Articles.
Paul is currently the president and CEO of Public Speaking Advantage. PSA’s curriculum focuses on soft skills, management, and executive leadership training for groups and individuals.
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