Miami, FL, September 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- For anyone ready to speak in front of audiences large or small, there is a new book for you. Tonya Seavers Evans’s new book, The Get Dressed Guide for the Public Speaker: Wow an Audience of 1 or Auditorium of 1,000 provides image tips for entrepreneurs, business professionals and public figures to create a winning image.
In her book, Evans explains how to dress to better connect with your audience and explores the importance of color on stage. She shares ways to use your wardrobe to express your values and how to incorporate your personality into your image to create connections with your audience.
“In today’s highly competitive marketplace a professional image is so important,” says Evans. “Creating a look that resonates with your audience and reinforces your expertise and credibility will increase an entrepreneur’s exposure which translates in to increased business.”
The book discusses the style and image challenges facing today’s public speakers in today’s multi-media driven business world. In addition, the guide includes a work-sheet that details what to ask once you’ve been booked.
Whether you are an entrepreneur, executive, or home-based business owner, Tonya’s book will help you to create an image that gives you the confidence you need to reach your leadership potential, achieve your business goals, and establish a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
The book is a must have for the modern day presenter.
In addition to her work as an image consultant and author, Evans is a sought after speaker, which is why the advice in her book is so personal. She was selected as of South Florida Success Magazine’s 40 Under 40 and an Emerging Cultural Leader in Broward County, Florida and most recently named one of South Florida’s 25 Most Prominent & Influential Black Women of 2012 by Miami Herald’s Legacy Magazine. Evans has been featured on NBC 6, in Motivos, Mopwater PR + Media Notes, and the Devon Group blog, as well as being deemed as “one to watch” in Success Magazine. She is also an accomplished fashion and style writer and has contributed to such publications as MIA and the South Florida Times. For more information about Tonya or to purchase the book, go to www.stylestrategist.com.