What Speaking Lessons Can You Learn From an Inaugural Speech?

NOTE: In the last year, any discussion related to politics became a source of contention. Unfortunately, I allowed this to impact the subjects of my writing about speech and public speaking. It kept me from sharing insight that could be helpful about the communication...

Improve Your Results With This Proven Speaking Process – Part 2

An Uncommon Speaking Strategy In my last blog, you read about the reasons why you should SCREAM at your audience when speaking. These are the first three parts of the SCREAM strategy: Simile, Contrast, and Rhyme. In this blog, you’ll read about the other three parts:...

Speaking Tip: It’s the Simplicity, Stupid!

How a Presidential Campaign Can Make Your Speaking More Effective Mark and Lynn were to Marilyn, a financial planner, speaking about retirement planning issues.  After initial pleasantries, Marilyn said to the attendees, “I know that one of your biggest concerns is...

Speak About the Future

 Bring the Future to Life When You Speak On September 12, 1962, President John F Kennedy stood before 35,000 people at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas, and presented a seemingly impossible vision to the nation: “…If I were to say, my fellow citizens, that we...

Speak Confidently to Increase Your Impact and Influence

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