Monthly Archives: November 2010

How Catchy Is Your Intro?

Would you read this if it didn’t draw you in? Then don’t expect your audience to listen to you if your talk doesn’t do the same. When you open your speech with a bang, you get the attention of the … Continue reading

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Fight or Flight:
Using Your Body’s Response to Fear to Give a Better Speech

Every time I stand up to give a speech, my stomach does flip flops because, for some reason, my body thinks that standing up in front of an audience to speak is just like facing a great danger to my … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Training

Are you a natural-born good speaker? Unless you just took to the stage like a fish to water, you are more likely to be among the majority of the population that takes to public speaking more like a newborn calf … Continue reading

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What Can Public Speaking Bring You?

Public speaking skills can take you far. The benefits of being a good public speaker do not only stop at name recognition. You can take control of your time, build a business around your core expertise, travel as much or … Continue reading

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