Act First. Confidence Follows.

Susie’s name was called. Finally, the opportunity she’d hoped for: to share her story and apply the speaking skills she learned the past two months was here! She performed on stage, under theater lights to an audience of 60 people. The video proved it. She rocked! Even came in second place! Honestly, she implemented everything we practiced: varied vocal inflection, …

Speaking Advice That Will Surprise You

Ready! Set! Now…Let Go! It’s the last 10 minutes of four 2-hr. Speaker’s Training for the I.T. Department at Western Carolina University….  The attendees speaking tool-box is well stocked now. From content to posture, mindset to how to open a speech. We’ve covered the gamut. We’ve practiced. Exchanged direct feedback. And shared many laughs and fun along the way. Vast improvements …

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3 Ways To Avoid A – Q&A Disaster

It’s the 7th question from the audience, and as you look out over the sea of onlookers, you notice even more hands are raised. You are bubbling over with inspiration from the speaker’s message and now she’s offering a “Question and Answer” session.   You’ve loved the answers so far, but you’re also excited to move on with the new knowledge …