Monthly Archives: September 2011

Punctuation and the Public Speaker

Last week, in my Long Beach Writing Examiner column I honored National Punctuation Day with a post about paying attention to punctuation. You can read it at Paying attention to punctuation. Then yesterday, a friend sent me this image:   … Continue reading

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How to Measure Your Success

By Featured Speaker Davida Shensky The problem is that there is a conflict between both your conscious and your conscious mind. Your conscious mind tells you that you can succeed at your unconscious mind has a list of all of … Continue reading

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How Your Book Can Get You a Speaking Job

By Featured Speaker Daniel Hall Another huge part of being an author is how your book can get you a speaking job. If you are considered an expert author in a certain subject then chances are you can get an … Continue reading

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Types of Speeches: The Commencement Speech

If you decide to become a professional speaker or use speaking as an integral part of your marketing strategy, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the various types of speeches you might be asked to give. In this … Continue reading

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