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#SWD 23h
To become a great public speaker, you must DO public speaking. You must speak in public. Whenever you get the opportunity, take it, use it and give it your best. Make mistakes and learn from it. That's how you become GREAT at it.
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Mentor 4h
It was great working with Cambridge Assessment International Education on training program for senior professionals from different GGC countries in Dubai. This fun and interactive workshop encouraged in-depth discussion, analysis and great learning experience.
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GLOBIS Insights Apr 22
Struggle with ? Find yourself stuttering and stumbling through your ? Here are 3 simple things to remember NOT to say!
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Ajinkya Kolhe Apr 19
A great talk doesn't happen automatically, it needs preparation.
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Ajinkya Kolhe Apr 19
Replying to @ajinkyakolhe112
In simplistic terms "A good talk = Good Content + Good Packaging + Good Delivery" Extroverts are natural at delivery but that is just one of factors. So anyone can become a great speaker if one improves in all 3 dimensions.
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Ajinkya Kolhe Apr 16
As instructor with more than 110 trainings delivered in past 3 years, I can attest importance of public speaking. It is absolutely the best thing anyone can do for their career progression. It develops confidence, improves communication and increases charisma.
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George Washington HS 4h
Our Rooted gathering tonight focused on communication skills and public speaking. Shoutout to the group of male students who lead the activities. 📣💬
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Joel Schwartzberg Apr 22
How can you provide effective support to a friend or colleague before, during, and after the speech? There are more ways than you think, and some may surprise you.
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Own Any Occasion 4h
It isn't about you! Don't focus on what you want to say but rather on what the audience wants.
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Ajinkya Kolhe Apr 21
Replying to @ajinkyakolhe112
1st: Creating Good Content: Once we learn the fundamentals, we can always create good content - Create general outline of session on paper not on laptop. You can brain storm more ideas when you can draw. - Revisit the outline again and again until you refine it.
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Joel Schwartzberg 5h
TIP: When you increase volume, audibility goes up, but so does your projection of confidence, authority & credibility. Meanwhile, speed, uptalk, & vocal fry go down. Boom! (How to make a point: )
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Logophilia Education 1h
Want to study with ? 😊 The Logophilia Summer Workshops 2019 are coming! We're teaching English & ! 😎 Register before seats go out! 2019 © Logophilia Education Pvt. Ltd.
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Andy Harrington 12h
A surefire tip to help you when
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Wyre Speakers Club Apr 22
It doesn't need to be like this... try your hand at public speaking with us in a relaxed environment. Your confidence will soar!
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Speaker Sisterhood 13h
Find out why Speaker Sisterhood is "better than having a room of best friends" from one of our members!
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Joel Schwartzberg Apr 22
In , more is less. Multiple ideas fight each other for audience attention, effectively diluting your overall impact. Keep your points tight and few, and your audience will both receive and remember them. (How to make a point: )
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Public Spkg Classes 12h
Inject something exciting or profound every 6 or 7 minutes. By surprising your listeners, you’ll rejuvenate their interest and their energy.
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Gary Horsman 10h
We all see things differently. Consider this whenever you project your thoughts on to another.
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BTN Comedy Course 20h
For your chance to win a or workshop simply retweet & comment with your answer Which comedian had a famous comedy set on Biscuits? a. Billy Connolly or b. Peter Kay. Closes 26.4.
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Tonya Olson 5h
These kids knocked it out of the park with our wax museum. I am now fully informed about the key players from the Revolutionary War. Even got to hold King George III overcoat so he could play bball at recess.
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