Category Archives: Presentation Critiques

Speech Critique: Carma’s Humorous Speech

A few weeks ago, I gave my first speech for my current Toastmaster’s club, Speak Out! It was probably the most challenging presentation I’d ever given. The goals of the speech were: Entertain the audience through the use of humor … Continue reading

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Video Critique: Confidence Building Techniques With Jay Jay The Illusionist

I recently watched this video below presented by Gideon Shalwick, who helps people better use online video in their business. The topic was how to confident in front of the camera. And, for that topic alone, the video is worth … Continue reading

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Can verbal ticks affect public opinion?

Well, um, apparently they can. Fast Company wrote a biting critique of a recent presentation that Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg did about some new features added to the popular social networking site. Check this out: Zuckerberg’s Language Analyzed: Really, Um, Interesting … Continue reading

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Critique of Phil Davison’s Campaign Speech

I first learned of this speech on Countdown with Keith Olbermann. It has been bantered about as the “worst political campaign speech ever” … and I must admit that is is a rather ineffective speech. However, there are some things … Continue reading

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