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The Power Of Performance Feedback

We all receive some sort of feedback in our lives, on or off the job, everyday. How we receive it, however is an extremely important adaptive skill; our success at this skill seems to be linked to our past experiences. If such an experience was painful or humiliating for us in the past, we are […]

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The Key To Confidence

To learn to speak well in public is a valuable skill. There are a number of exercises one can practice to become an excellent public speaker. The prospective public speaker should memorize and recite the beginnings, climaxes and endings of great orations until they become thoroughly familiar. He will be encouraged to note how certain […]

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Speak Clearly – The Top 7 Tricks to Instantly Improve the Clarity of Your Speech

“I’m sorry, what? I can’t understand you.” Have you ever heard this line? Then you probably know how embarrassing it can be to repeat something over and over again. Miscommunication can and will hold you back in today’s fast-paced, international business environment. Too many people are hiding their gifts, talents and knowledge from the world […]

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Story-Telling Basics – 7 Powerful Steps to Telling Great Stories!

Throughout time, the greatest orators and teachers have illuminated their lessons by telling powerful stories. Story-telling is a great way to engage your audience and show them how your topic, point or lesson relates to them specifically. Unfortunately, not everyone is born a great story-teller, and some stories are better than others. Follow these 7 […]

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Breathing: The Key To Speaking

Correct management of the breath is of first importance to the student of elocution, and for all those wishing to speak publicly. Below are a number of breathing and relaxation exercises which will greatly enhance your ability to speak well. When the voice is not in use, breathe exclusively through the nose so that the […]

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How to Gain the Confidence of an Audience

The first thing for the public speaker to do is to gain the confidence and sympathy of his audience. Under no circumstances is he to antagonize or prejudice his audience against him in the beginning. A favorite method is to begin by telling a humorous story bearing upon the subject, or an apt quotation. Let […]

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Go On, What’s Your Favourite English Word?

What is the most favourite word in the english language there has been several polls over the years remarkably (which is a nice word) it all depends, it would appear on your personal experiences. Mother is the most beautiful word in the English language, according to a survey of non-English speakers. More than 40,000 people […]

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