Category Archives: References and Resources

Types of Speeches: The Information Dump

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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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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Foods to Avoid Before Giving a Speech

Just like athletes watch what they eat before competition, speakers should watch what they eat before giving a presentation. Certain foods can have a negative effect on your voice, such as increasing phlegm or causing you to loose your train … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Training

Are you a natural-born good speaker? Unless you just took to the stage like a fish to water, you are more likely to be among the majority of the population that takes to public speaking more like a newborn calf … Continue reading

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