Krisztian Riez and Bruce Merrin interviewed by Fotis Georgiadis

Krisztian Riez, public relations consultant for condominium control

Bruce Merrin, creates the Celebrity Speakers and Entertainment Bureau

Bruce Merrin, creates the Celebrity Speakers and Entertainment Bureau

Krisztian Riez, public relations consultant for Condo Control. Bruce Merrin, creates the Bureau of Famous Speakers and Entertainment.

My slogan for over four decades has been “positive perseverance”. I firmly believe that you should never give up on reaching your ultimate goal. Every day, plant seeds for the harvest.

— Bruce Merrin, creates the Celebrity Speakers and Entertainment Bureau

GREENWICH, CT, USA, March 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fotis Georgiadis, owner of the blog of the same name, is a seasoned branding and image consultant and a visionary interviewer. With a knack for conducting a comprehensive interview, not only covering cutting-edge technologies and company directions, but also bringing out the personal side of the interviewee.

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Krisztian Riez, public relations consultant for condominium control
What are your “5 things you need to be a very effective speaker?” Please share a story or example for each.

Here are the 5 things you need to know to be a very effective public speaker

-You need confidence because when you are in front of a large crowd the audience may sense that you are not confident and therefore the whole experience will not be as enjoyable for the audience as you might have like.

– You must be adaptable; what I mean by that is that there are a lot of things that can happen when speaking in public, like: you can forget your lines, you have an unruly or intimidating question, or you have technical difficulties. You have to know how to improvise. It is an indispensable skill that is underestimated in public speaking.

– You need to have your own personality when you go on stage or in front of people: working on developing your personality is a key part of developing your flow when speaking in public.

– Work ethic: you must devote time to your craft to ensure that you constantly improve it and take ownership of it.

-Learn to fail and learn from each time you fail. […]

As you know, many people are terrified of public speaking. Can you share some of your tips on how to overcome this fear?

It takes a lot of work and step by step, as the saying goes, Rome was not built in a day. You should feel comfortable talking out loud, then talking to a mirror, then to a small group of friends and family. This foundation is crucial for you to succeed in overcoming your fear. Now for some reason your fear of public speaking doesn’t even allow you to speak in front of a mirror, so I would recommend working with a hypnotherapist to help you unlock some of the triggers you encounter around public speaking and his fear.

The full interview is available here


Bruce Merrin, creates the Celebrity Speakers and Entertainment Bureau
Can you please give us your favorite “life lesson quote”? Can you share how this has been relevant to you in your life?

“Never give up!” During my first year working in public relations, my big goal was to sign Michael Landon as a client. It took me a whole year of meticulous effort, but I succeeded. He agreed to have lunch with me and told me about a new project he was working on, “Little House on the Prairie”. Later, when I moved from public relations to organizing my speakers bureau, he became not only my first client in this company, but also a client for life.

This is the main question of our interview. What are your “5 things you need to be a very effective speaker?” Please share a story or example for each.

Working with public speakers has been my life for the past four decades, and I’ve learned a tremendous amount about what will work and what won’t work in front of an audience. I’ve boiled it down to a few rules of thumb, basic tips that any speaker – newbie or long-time professional – should keep in mind when preparing for a talk.

1. You must have a story that impacts the audience.

2. You must make the audience laugh.

3. You need to touch their hearts early.

4. You must have a powerful theme throughout your presentation.

5. You must create an everlasting memory of your presentation that will stay with everyone in the audience.

As you know, many people are terrified of public speaking. Can you share some of your tips on how to overcome this fear?

Practice, practice, practice. More training. Play in front of a mirror. Record your conversation on video. Reserve yourself for Rotary clubs and other civic organization meetings. Relax and meditate before your interviews. Get a mentor who is already a professional speaker. Join a speakers organization like the National Speakers Association. And above all, don’t forget to practice!

You are a person of great influence. If you could inspire one movement that would bring the most good to the most people, what would it be?

My mantra became “impact lives!” Any movement I inspire will encourage people every day to do something special that will impact the lives of others.

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