Number One Way to Improve Your Public Speaking

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If you’re passionate about improving your public speaking skills, it’s probably because you realize that the number one way to improve your level of success is directly related to how you relate to an audience. I know it’s harsh, but anyone with a brain, a mouth, and a voice can talk. Have you ever sat […]

Public Speaker Secret: Position Your Audience

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Public speakers, comfortable in their bodies, have a lovely way of inviting an audience “into” their message. You’ve probably noticed the relaxed way that a seasoned keynote moves across a stage or around the room, freely expressing and gesturing as they go. “What’s Their Secret?” Aside from years of practice and experience, the way to […]

Work Your Personality to Your Professional Advantage

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Do you use your personality to your advantage? Amazingly, many professionals overlook this powerful tool. Use Your Personality to Influence and Elevate Your Career Your personality is what makes you, YOU. It’s what makes you special, what sets you apart from the rest of the crowd. And, trust me, in today’s crowded workplace, you MUST […]

How to Use Body Language for Interviewing, Presentations

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Body language is the non-verbal communication you use more often than you realize. You are expressing your thoughts, inner feelings, even your intentions through your physical actions, and often, without being aware. Reading and interpreting the body language of others is something we all learn to do. From a very early age most of us begin […]

How to Remember and Use Names to Influence

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Most people in sales know that using a person’s name is important to building relationship. When speaking with another person, using his or her name is a powerful way to: • Acknowledge them, boost their self-esteem. • Re-direct their focus, get their attention. • Cause them to identify and associate with what you are saying. […]