Bob Goodyear

Bob Goodyear

SpeakerMatch

A Geek Who Speaks

A software professional since he was 17, Bob helps experts to create easy-to-understand presentations along with simple-to-create stories.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Atlanta, GA (US)

For more information about booking Bob Goodyear, visit
https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/BobGoodyear

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Bob Goodyear
Bob Goodyear - Motivational Speaker

Goodyear Services Inc.

A Geek Who Speaks

A software professional since he was 17, Bob helps experts to create easy-to-understand presentations along with simple-to-create stories.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from Atlanta, GA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Bob Goodyear - Motivational Speaker

Bob Goodyear

Goodyear Services Inc.

A Geek Who Speaks

A software professional since he was 17, Bob helps experts to create easy-to-understand presentations along with simple-to-create stories.

Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500
Travels from: Atlanta, GA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Bob Goodyear,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/BobGoodyear/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Let Them Laugh

When making a presentation, have you ever said something that made the audience laugh?  Was it planned?  Did it catch you off guard?  What did you […] The post Let Them Laugh appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Deliver Value to Your Audience Using a Process

Engineers, scientists and technical experts in all fields want to deliver value to their audiences when they speak.  The question arises though about how to do […] The post Deliver Value to Your Audience Using a Process appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Storytelling Brings Along a Point

Storytelling in business presentations is a big topic today.  It’s something that has been discussed for the last several years and continues to grow.  If you […] The post Storytelling Brings Along a Point appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Have a Planned Question for Your Silent Q&A

Have you ever asked, “Do you have any questions” during your presentation and gotten no response from the audience?  How did that feel?  How long did […] The post Have a Planned Question for Your Silent Q&A appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Video Rehearsal Improves Your Presentation

In a previous blog post about rehearsing your presentation, I wrote about the importance of doing a video rehearsal.  I talked about how hard it is […] The post Video Rehearsal Improves Your Presentation appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Never Close with Q&A

As technical presenters, there is an expectation to close our presentation with a Questions and Answers (Q&A) session.  A couple years ago, I attended 3 technical […] The post Never Close with Q&A appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Presentation Opening – Begin with a Bang

Coming up with a good presentation opening is difficult.  Technical presenters struggle with this even more.  Because of that, many times the presenter will just default […] The post Presentation Opening – Begin with a Bang appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Beware the Laser Pointer

Have you watched a dog, maybe YOUR dog, chase a wiggly red dot of light from a laser pointer?  Isn’t that great fun?  Have you ever […] The post Beware the Laser Pointer appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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Knowledge you learn. Wisdom you earn.

Knowledge you learn. Wisdom you earn.  When someone asks me about how they can improve their presentations, I sometimes use this phrase.  I heard this when […] The post Knowledge you learn. Wisdom you earn. appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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A Rhyme is Sublime to Remember

Several years ago, I sat in a conference where Craig Valentine (www.craigvalentine.com) spoke.  While I don’t remember everything he said, there was a rhyme that he […] The post A Rhyme is Sublime to Remember appeared first on Bob Goodyear ~ A Geek Who Speaks. ...

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