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Speaking 101

Over the past several posts, I’ve shared excerpts from a workshop I did on basic public speaking skills. In effect, I’ve created a mini-course in how to develop your first speech. To make it easy for you, I’ve organized these … Continue reading

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3 Biggest Mistakes Speakers Make from Arvee Robinson

On Wednesday, I attended featured speaker Arvee Robinson‘s Persuasive Speaking Mastery event in Newport Beach. It was great to see her in action … she truly is a master speaker. The day was filled with gems from both her and … Continue reading

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Ancient Secrets for Better Public Speaking:
The Opening

Public oratory — what is now referred to as public speaking — was a valued skill to those to lived in classical Greece and Rome. The classical techniques of rhetoric used by famed orators such as Socrates, Plato and Cicero … Continue reading

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The Opening