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New York, NY, United States, 2006/03/04 - Speaking expert TJ Walker, CEO of Media Training Worldwide and host of SpeakCast.com, will be closely monitoring the 2006 Academy Awards acceptance speeches. In the past TJ has analyzed the Golden Globes, Presidential State of the Unions.
Speaking expert TJ Walker, CEO of Media Training Worldwide and host of SpeakCast, will be closely monitoring the 2006 Academy Awards acceptance speeches. In the past TJ has analyzed the Golden Globes, Presidential State of the Unions, and past Academy Awards. His commentary has been featured on Slate.com, CBS News, The National Review, and Wireless Flash News. His list of the best and worst speakers will be published Monday March 6th, 2006.
"TJ Walker is the leading media trainer in the world," Stu Miller, producer, Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
TJ's Acceptance Speech Tips for Oscar Nominees:
1. Your Speech is a PERFORMANCE. So make it good as possible. In fact, a lot more people will see your acceptance speech than they will likely ever see you perform in your winning movie.
2. DON'T be a Bore. Thanking your lawyers, agents, and managers in a perfunctory manner, will always bore. Don't thank anyone who has made a lot of money off of you. Don't read anything in front of the audience—not even for a second.
Read his full list of tips at TJ's Walker Blog listed on Media Training Worldwide Website.
About TJ Walker
TJ (Timothy John) Walker (tjsinsights.com) is the worlds leading media trainer and presentation coach who specializes in helping people become better communicators. He began media training in 1984 and has since appeared on the 'Montel Williams Show,' NY1, Bloomberg TV, The Daily Show, and countless Radio Stations. He is currently hosting daily TV and Radio show call "Speaking, with TJ Walker" which airs on Speakcast.com. He has trained top executives, well know sports figures, Miss Americas, and Celebrities.
About Media Training Worldwide
Media Training Worldwide (mediatrainingworldwide.com) provides more media and presentation training workshops and seminars (54 separate courses) than any other company in the world. We also publish more than 100 media and presentation training books, DVDs, CDs, and other information products and is the premier presentation/media training publisher in the world.