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November 4, 2019

Your Top 10 Goals When Communicating

Whether you’re speaking at a sales conference, giving a wedding toast, talking to a colleague, or having a discussion with your teenage son, there will be a time this week when you […]
November 1, 2019

How To Use Technology In Your Presentations

People often use technology in their presentations, but all too often the technology, not the presenter, becomes the star of the show. You’ll want to be sure to limit the use of […]
August 24, 2019

Connecting With Your Audience Through Eye Contact

Connecting with your audience is crucial whether you are selling an idea to the public or a product to a Fortune 1000 executive. It all starts with eye contact. Eye contact is […]
July 24, 2019

How To Properly Introduce Someone

Too few people are introduced effectively when giving a speech or a presentation. We always advise speakers to write their own intros. It’s sometimes the only commercial you will get. Additionally, instruct […]
July 2, 2019

Reading List For High Achievers

Achievers read voraciously because they know the benefits. Research shows that readers can write and concentrate better than non-readers. They also are quicker to pick up subtleties, and are better able to […]
June 3, 2019

Looking Phony vs. Feeling Phony

We’ve talked at length about many of the tools we’re going to borrow from the actor’s toolbox. Face, eyes, and physical presence, which includes balance, movement, and gestures. Nothing exotic. Nothing outrageous. […]
April 30, 2019

5 Vital Communication Tools To Employ Immediately

Fire Your Bodyguard Ask yourself this: How comfortable would you feel the next time you take your car in to track down that annoying little ping if the mechanic had nothing but […]
April 2, 2019

Putting The Audience Center Stage

Putting The Audience Center Stage Last month, we learned what the key traits of effective communicators are. This month, we’re diving into why it’s so important to put the audience first. Some […]