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November, 2015

Ultimate Guide to Body Language 3

Believe it or not, more than fifty percent of everyday communication takes place nonverbally. You are constantly sending nonverbal messages. When you speak in public, your listeners judge you based on what they see, as well as what they hear. Communication is Not Just Verbal You Know! The aim of this blog series is to help you learn to use your entire body […]

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How to Use Props in Presentations

As a public speaker you are essentially a performer and you have an obligation to use whatever means necessary to get your message across. So let’s experiment! The term “PROP” is actually a shortened version of the theatrical term “property” which is a word used to describe any object used by an actor in a performance. This post […]

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Ultimate Guide to Body Language 2

Believe it or not, more than fifty percent of everyday communication takes place nonverbally. You are constantly sending nonverbal messages. When you speak in public, your listeners judge you based on what they see, as well as what they hear. Communication is Not Just Verbal You Know! The aim of this blog series is to help you learn to use your entire body […]

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Presentation Lessons from the TED Stage

What is TED? TED is a nonprofit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984, where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics, from science to business to global issues, in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas […]

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