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With some tips and some practice, you can leave a lasting impression that you will want people to remember.
Knowing the way your audience processes information can greatly help you structure your most important points.
Here's how you can get over your anxiety over speaking in front of a group of people -- and make a lasting impression.
Here are six tips to achieve your objectives both at home and at work.
Mark Twain noted few souls are saved after the first 10 minutes of the sermon. Your pitch has, maybe, half that time.
Without revenue, your business will die. These options won't require a huge effort, but the payoffs could be immense.
Set awkwardness aside with these three tips.
True to his ways, the former Microsoft CEO knows how to get the crowd riled up.
You don't want to look like a deer in headlights on television, so do some due diligence before appearing on air.
A spot on TV is a rare opportunity, but if you get the basics right, the audience will want to see and hear from you again.
Follow these six steps for a killer performance that will leave a lasting impression.
Here's the first step to becoming more deliberate and intentional in your communication with others.
How do competitors deliver top performance when so much is riding on a single movement?
It's not just what you say and how you say it -- it's also what your posture, eyes and hands are saying.
If you at first you dont succeed, dust yourself off and TED again. These inspiring talks will get you back on your feet in no time.
In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with expert Carmine Gallo about developing the ability to leave audiences moved and feeling empowered.
There's no universal strategy for getting rid of public-speaking jitters, but this simple piece of advice may help.
Sometimes enthusiasm is overrated.
Everyone makes mistakes but when you're the one in the corner office, many people will hear about that inadvertent remark or slipup. Here's how to fix it.
What you can do to steer clear of these public-speaking no-nos.
It may be tempting to tell your audience that you're not as prepared as you would like or that you just got over being sick. Here's why you shouldn't.
A VP at the company wowed the crowd at its recent developer conference. Here's how you can do the same at your next talk.
When we become more deliberate and intentional in the way we speak, we become more confident.
Do your research, get your submissions in order, and prepare to do your best.
Using these filler words when you speak will annoy your listeners and torpedo your credibility.
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