Monthly Archives: January 2014

Using les mots justes

Sometimes speakers seem to forget that the purpose of a speech or presentation is to communicate with the audience. Wrapping your message in impenetrable language defeats the object: if the people in front of you don’t understand what you’re saying, … Continue reading

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Be a self-sufficient public speaker

Although from Samsung’s point of view it’s all extra publicity and although many of us will sympathise with the Hollywood film director who lost his nerve when the teleprompter failed, Michael Bay’s performance at this press conference is not one … Continue reading

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