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Choosing A Topic For Your Public Speech Made Easy

14th November 2011
Some speeches are predetermined by the event in which you are participating. Typically this would be a conference presentation with your contribution being a very specific part of the whole. In that case the choice of topic is made for you and it is likel... Read >
Author: Tim Ross

The Groom's Speech Ideas

05th August 2011
"You are essentially foolish, John," retorted Angelina loudly, "I could not treatment significantly much less who left it to you."You can consider quite a lot of factors to come up with a groom's speech humorous, but laughs and one-liners will constantly ... Read >
Author: Steven White

Funeral Eulogy for a Loved One

16th May 2011
What is a Funeral Eulogy A eulogy is a speech given at a funeral to show respect and admiration for the deceased. It is a tribute to that personís life. It tells family and friends about the life of the deceased and how that person influenced the lives o... Read >
Author: Jessica Park

Importance of Sound System in Celebration

20th April 2011
One cannot imagine a celebration without high quality sound system or peppy songs and frisky music. Music makes your celebration on the heights and makes it unforgettable. If someone is organizing any party and he didnít hire any DJ or sound system then n... Read >
Author: Saurabh Sharma

Asking For Attention: How to Keep Your Prospect Interested

19th April 2011
One factor essential to the completion of sales communication is holding the prospectís attention throughout the pitch. Thatís harder than it sounds, as anyone who has done any public speaking can attest. Holding the listenerís attention is one of the har... Read >
Author: Dave Donelson

Father of the Groom Speeches: Four Great Sources of Father of the Groom Speech Samples

21st February 2011
Your son is about to get married. You know that you really want to give a father of the groom speech that you both will be proud of. It is going to be a big day and giving a speech in front of a large audience can be nerve wrecking for anybody who isnít u... Read >
Author: phillippaoreilly

How to BEAT ADULT DYSLEXIA

06th August 2010
BEAT ADULT DYSLEXIA Tools for the dyslexic: learning to navigate through a non-dyslexic world when you view the world completely differently. Dyslexia can be one of the most frustrating things to deal with in adulthood. As a biology major in colle... Read >
Author: AMDCarter

FiltaFry Strategy

16th October 2009
It offers a great degree of flexibility and the ability to fill a very select niche that has little in the way of competition. Though the benefits of a FiltaFry franchise are great, there are some issues to be aware of going in. Understanding these potent... Read >
Author: Glimmerrocks

Persuasion In Advertising - Hypnotic Persuasion Techniques For Public Speakers

09th October 2009
Effective public speakers have a strange sense of energy in them so draws a crowd like a moth to the flame. People who are witness to this strength can't permit but think about how gives them such a commanding presence. How can properties capture the awe ... Read >
Author: Candy

Public Speaking and How to Prevent Panic Attacks - Permanently

03rd August 2009
Were you to ask what people dreaded most, I would suggest that public speaking may appear at, or near, the top of thier list.The vast majority of people simply dread the possibility of ever having to speak in public, even at something as simple as a famil... Read >
Author: JOHN PATTERSON

When the Pause Becomes Ineffective in Public Speaking

17th June 2009
The other day I heard a speaker who was very dynamic in his delivery except in one respect. He paused too often and for too long. Without a doubt, pausing is one of the most important characteristics of good public speaking: pausing that is excessive or p... Read >
Author: The Voice Lady

You know the signs, knots in your stomach, sweaty palms, clammy skin, rapid respirations…. all rev

20th August 2007
You know the signs, knots in your stomach, sweaty palms, clammy skin, rapid respirations.... all revolving around your having to speak before a group of people. Public speaking can be quite intimidating for some, to say the least. Perhaps it is jus... Read >
Author: Judith A. Wentzel

Pub Quiz Night Rules and Pitfalls to avoid

15th June 2007
So you've set up a pub quiz. You've got the venue, questions and advertising all sorted - You've built and it and "they" will come. But have you thought about how it REALLY works when it's time to play? Are they going to have a fun filled night and be gag... Read >
Author: Nickwake

How to introduce a speaker

23rd May 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 The College Of Public SpeakingIntroducing the guest speaker is not the easiest of tasks. Always remember your audience - what's in it for them?How seldom do we hear an introduction which is really not much more than a partial biography,... Read >
Author: VINCESTEV
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