THE ART AND BUSINESS OF SPEAKING

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Speaker’s Toolkit: Big Moves Make Dreams Happen

Speaker’s Toolkit: Big Moves Make Dreams Happen

Successful speaker aren’t afraid to make big moves in their careers. A big move forces them out of their comfort zones and leads to ma... »

Why George Takei is a Powerful Public Speaker

Why George Takei is a Powerful Public Speaker

Whether it’s on Star Trek or as a social activist, George Takei certainly knows how to engage an audience. Between his stint as Sulu on Star... »

How to Prepare for Curveballs During Your Presentation

How to Prepare for Curveballs During Your Presentation

Sometimes, all the practice in the world can’t prepare you for the unexpected hiccups you may encounter while delivering your next presentat... »

As Women We S.H.I.F.T.

As Women We S.H.I.F.T.

As women, we do more before 6 a.m. than most people do all day. We are nurturers, family planners and the budgeters of our household. Yet a ... »

How to be an Effective Auctioneer

How to be an Effective Auctioneer

And the winner is… Perhaps this has happened to you. A client reaches out and asks if you can do just one more thing for them while yo... »

6 Tips From Richard Branson on Overcoming Pre-Speech Jitters

6 Tips From Richard Branson on Overcoming Pre-Speech Jitters

Want to know a secret? Even billionaires get stage fright. Just ask Sir Richard Branson, entrepreneur extraordinaire. Branson’s dislike of p... »

Make art’s permed master of “happy little trees” your personal hero

Make art’s permed master of “happy little trees” your personal hero

Speaking in front of crowds is nerve-racking. The truth is, instead of doing a speech, most people would rather take a test they didn’t stud... »

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