Monthly Archives: February 2011

Marketing Tip: Are You Speaking Their Language?

Part of reaching your audience is knowing who they are … and how they define themselves. So, when you call out your audience in your marketing materials, are you speaking to them in their own language. For example, if your … Continue reading

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Learning to Become a Powerful, Persuasive Speaker is Like Training to Run in a Marathon

By Featured Speaker Arvee Robinson After diligently training for over five months to run in the Los Angeles Marathon, I can’t help but notice the similarity between learning how to become a more powerful speaker and how to become a … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #9: Practicing Speaking Can Help You in Emotional Situations

  This week’s tip is a little bit different. I share with you how practicing public speaking helped me do something that was emotionally difficult, but important to me: Saying a few words at my father’s Celebration of Life.

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The Evocation of Heroes

NOTE: This is an actual speech I gave when I was working toward my CTM in Toastmasters (circa 1989-1990). In a way, it is the seed from which Public Speaking Super Powers grew. Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful … Continue reading

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