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Controlling A Nervous Voice

Date: September 21, 2016

We’ve all been there. Being shocked by the number of people in front of us, knees shaking and eyes bulging. When it comes to opening your mouth, waves of trembles come out. Here’s a mind-blowing conundrum: You’re not the only one who begins a presentation with anxiety. It doesn’t mean that’s how it has to

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Holding The Power In The Room

Date: September 16, 2016

There are two different types of speaker: one who is influential and has all eyes on them and the other who is forgettable and doesn’t influence anyone in the room. Holding the power in the room is tough when you’re not feeling confident, so we always suggest learning your material cold before proceeding. Aside from

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Interview: Public Speaking Just Got Scary!

Date: August 28, 2016

We interview many speakers from around the world who’ve had exciting and unique careers before their public speaking profession. Trevor Marriott is high up on that list. He is the successful author of several books and now travels around the world giving audio visual lectures on many varied and interesting topics. We questioned him on

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Interview: Turning Your Passion Into A Business

Date: August 19, 2016

We had the pleasure to speak with Paul Adamson – a speaker and trainer who helps companies to achieve greater performance from employees, increased sales and increased energy levels within a team. His interesting background led him to public speaking and today, he shares his top tips for beginning a career and inspiring an audience.

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Interview: The Perks Of Speaking

Date: August 4, 2016

There are many perks of speaking; making a difference to the human race is one, and inspiring demotivated individuals is another. But for this cruise ship speaker and lecturer, travelling the world is also another. We had the privilege to speak with newcomer to Shapiro International Dr. Emma Roberts. Emma talks on the art and design of countries

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Inspirational Speeches To Change Your Life

Date: May 13, 2016

If you’re in need of energerising your life and/or looking for a way to spark some motivation, we have exactly what you need. In reality, nobody leads the perfect life. No matter how happy they are, there is always one thing (if not a list a mountain tall) they’d like to change about their lives. Healthy

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How To Motivate Others With Your Speeches

Date: April 8, 2016

A major function of being a speaker is to improve the quality of people’s lives. It’s your objective to help them positively respond to challenging moments. It’s fallacious to believe that we were born to live a 9-5 lifestyle and push our happiness to the side whilst we drag ourselves through mundane activities. We are

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How To Live A Happy And Successful Life

Date: March 24, 2016

It took me a good few minutes to cultivate the title to this article. Starting off with Ways To Be Successful, before pummeling backspace and change it to Ways To Be Successful and… I just couldn’t think of another word that coincided with success. But then it hit me. Happiness. It took my brain several attempts to think

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Choosing Words For The Best Effect In Your Speech

Date: January 5, 2016

Words have meaning and selecting the right ones can make the world of difference to your speech. More significantly, each of the 600,000+ words in our English dictionary carries a different connotation and you want to be confident that you’re saying what you truly mean. If you want to be a better speaker, you have

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Be a Better Speaker By Being N.A.K.E.D.

Date: December 13, 2015

Giving a talk in your birthday suit may have been what you thought this article was going to be about. Sorry to disappoint, but it isn’t. However we’ll show you how to strip down and dissect some key points on how to be a better speaker. Of course I am not suggesting that you do your next talk or workshop without

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