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3 Steps to Eliminate Body Tics in Public Speaking

I just saw an interesting video¬† in which the speaker used the exact same round arm movements with every statement he made.¬† This young man had made a video for his business and wanted to know more about my business … Continue reading
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Cruz, Clinton, Carson – Why I’d Love to Get My Hands on Their Voices!

I have no idea who will be our next President; however, from the looks of things it could be any one of these three candidates. While this is not a political article, the thought of any one of these individuals … Continue reading
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If You Smile at Your Audience, I Guarantee They Will Smile Back

Were you to give a presentation with no vocal variety, no facial expression and no body language, what do you think the reaction would be of your audience? Unless you are a comedian and that characteristic is part of your … Continue reading
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How to Be Persuasive Without Being Overbearing

The reasons for public speaking are many and varied. Valedictorians deliver graduation speeches. Politicians address audiences for their votes. Best men toast grooms. College students are required to give speeches as part of their communications courses. The list goes on … Continue reading
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Body Language in Public Speaking Should Enhance Your Words – Not Detract from Them

Have you ever considered the language your face and body are speaking when you address an audience? Facial expression and body language are two components of colorful speaking that can have a tremendous effect on your audience no matter what … Continue reading
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Public Speaking: What Is the Bottom Line?

If you desire to be a public speaker, then you have a goal that needs to be met if you are going to be successful in your career. I am not talking about the wedding toasting, the valedictorian speech, or … Continue reading
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