Speaks well with others
Jerry Seinfeld's famous punchline about people preferring to be in the casket than deliver the eulogy has never applied to me. I fully admit to being a ham.
It is no coincidence that public speaking of one form or another has been a consistent activity throughout my career. I've been a soccer coach, an English teacher, a corporate trainer, a pitch man, and a conference presenter so far.
My favorite has been speaking at Pecha Kucha in Charleston earlier this year. If you're not familiar with Pecha Kucha, it is a cross between a TED talk, a haiku, and show-and-tell day at school in which each presenter has 6:40 to cover 20 slides for 20 seconds each.
I encourage you to check out all the talks from that night on the PK Charleston YouTube channel. I've embedded mine for your convenience here: