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If You've Got to Get Up & Speak, New Book Explodes One-Style-Fits-All Myth

Helps You Get Your ACTorType Together

NEW YORK, June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With personal branding emerging as the key to success, how can we possibly get noticed in this ever growing, constantly changing traditional and social media saturated landscape? This new book has the answer and takes the fear out of any public speaking role. Like actors on the stage, we all embody a predominant ActorType, which can be working for or against us. Knowing your unique ActorType, its qualities and "fatal flaws" can help you stand out from the crowd and powerfully lead a meeting, make the case or conduct a successful presentation. Do you know your ActorType?

(Take the 5-minute quiz here to learn your ActorType!)

Robyn Hatcher, founder and principal of SpeakEtc., is pleased to announce the availability of her new book, entitled Standing Ovation Presentations (Motivational Press, 2013). As a communications skills expert and former actress, as well as successful trainer and presenter, Robyn not only delivers everything you need to know to perform a compelling presentation, she also introduces us to the nine "ActorTypes" that define our communication styles, namely the Hero, Villain, Innocent, Sex Symbol, Curmudgeon, Whiz Kid, Super Hero, Buddy and Comic. Employing a unique and compelling perspective gained during 30 years of acting and script-writing, Robyn helps you identify your primary communication style and shows you how to effectively "play your part" by using your strengths more effectively and mitigating your weaknesses.

Standing Ovations Presentations is available online in paperback through Amazon and Barnes&Noble.

About the Author

Over the course of her career, Robyn Hatcher has helped thousands of business professionals improve their presentations and conduct successful interviews and interpersonal communication. Her clients have included C-suite executives and entrepreneurs, as well as academics and human services professionals, and her corporate client roster has included Fortune 500 companies and many noteworthy brands. Prior to founding her own consultancy, Robyn worked as a professional actress, appearing on stage and in television commercials and dramas. She also served as a writer for two daytime dramas. Stay tuned for the launch of Robyn's new individual and group coaching program: Speak YOU: Get Your ActorType Together. For more information, visit www.speaketc.com.

QUIZ LINK: http://www.speaketc.com/discover_your_actor_type

SOURCE SpeakEtc.

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