Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Power of Humor

My dad once told a story about when he was in college. He was involved in a production of West Side Story and for the closing scene, when the angels take the hero away, the actors playing the angels were … Continue reading

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Ethics – The Conscience for Decision Making

By Featured Speaker Billy Arcement With the continuously surfacing scandals in Corporate America, the idea that any form of ethics exists in business is suspect. We are also seeing similar situations within the ranks of government and religious leaders. And, … Continue reading

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The Power of Vocal Variety

No one wants to listen to a presentation delivered in a monotone. Tone, pitch and volume all convey meaning … and they help keep the audience engaged. That’s the power of vocal variety. But, like all powers, vocal variety is … Continue reading

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Eliminate the Fear of Speaking

By Featured Speaker Arvee Robinson Why Do You Feel So Nervous? Feeling nervous before you speak in front of a room full of people is quite common among the majority of people today. According to surveys, many people would rather … Continue reading

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