Category: Public Speaking Tips
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Just before a speech or presentation you may feel very tense and anxious. This is common and it happens to the best of us. However, one way to relax and become focused is through mild physical and mental exercises – often referred to as ‘loosening… Continue reading
Wisdom is all around us and life always presents us with an opportunity to learn and grow. We find it everywhere, in ourselves, our friends and family. As it is often sagaciously said, we are all both teachers and student to each-other. Students in my… Continue reading
We are so excited this month to be sharing our public speaking knowledge on Boston.com, one of Boston’s most respected news sources. You can find our article in the BetaBoston.com Global Business Hub section of Boston.com website (a Boston Globe website). The article entitle: “5… Continue reading
Many trainers in public speaking world will have you believe that you need to channel Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King or former president Bill Clinton to be considered successful as a speaker. I have to differ strongly with this assertion. While I understand these well… Continue reading
Feedback for many speakers can be a touch issue. Novice public speakers want to know how to improve but they rarely ask for the very thing that can help them do so. Truth be told, feedback can help us perform better as a speaker and… Continue reading
On this MLK day we should give pause to remember the brilliance and contribution of the Dr. Martin Luther King. He is a shining example of the best of humanity and the overwhelming power of well developed human communication skills. Without question, MLK is one… Continue reading