Public Speaking Myths

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The Five Worst Pieces of Advice for Public Speakers and How to Ignore Them It’s not as though the job isn’t hard enough. Getting up in front of a roomful of people gathered to hear you speak can stymie even … Read More

Public Speaking: Tips, Tools and Techniques for Honing Your Skills

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It’s a stubborn myth that public speakers are born, not made. While we assume climbing the corporate ladder or being in the public eye takes hard work ,we cling to the notion that communication abilities come without effort, springing from … Read More

Power Presentations: IT really is about YOU! Tips for Enhancing Your Presentation Skills

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“There are two types of speakers; those that are nervous and those that are liars.” — Mark Twain Most of us put public speaking at the top of our list of things to avoid. Then along comes that promotion or … Read More

Writing That Works By David Griffiths

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Poor writing is an obstacle to productivity, a hindrance to customer and client relations, and an impediment to effective management. Good writing is an opportunity to be creative and crystallize thinking while portraying a consistently professional image. Why should a … Read More

Want To Be A Better Writer? Don’t Go It Alone By David Griffiths

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“Everyone needs an editor.” Ernest Hemingway Papa Hemingway, one of the great prose stylists of the last century, was dead on. Human nature is such that we find it difficult to be rigorously honest about our own work. We may … Read More

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