Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Power of References and Resources

In the post that started this whole project, I mentioned that “Public Speaking Woman bolsters her facts with dependable resources.” When you are imparting information that is not common knowledge, and even more so if it is controversial or counter-intuitive, … Continue reading

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Business Cards

By Featured Speaker Eric Gilboord One of the most cost-effective forms of marketing today is the business card. It is an inexpensive, easy to use, and usually welcome advertising medium. Business cards can come in many shapes, sizes and colours. … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #19: Presenting to Different Cultures

  People from different cultures communicate, listen, learn and even show respect in different ways. In this sneak peak of Michael Soon Lee’s interview, he shares a few tips for speaking to audiences from a different culture than your own. … Continue reading

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Vocal Variety – Spice of the Speech

It has been shown that we are more likely to be affected by voice of a speaker than by the words spoken. It is how the speech is delivered, rather than what is said, this is most important. There are … Continue reading

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