Clearing Things Up
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1y ago
Fellow speaker, Professional Speech Coach Tim Pollard suggests you can speak more clearly if you focus on forming your words based on the actions of your lips, teeth, and tongue at the front of your mouth. Clearly, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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The Big Four
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by Unknown
1y ago
 Fellow speaker, World Champion Speaker Darren LaCroix asks four questions of the audience after he gives his speech: What inspired you? What made you think? What was not clear? Anything else? Asking, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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The Keys to the Story
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by Unknown
1y ago
Fellow speaker, Professional Storyteller Kindra Hall says every story needs to have: Identifiable Character Authentic Emotion A Moment Specific Details Storied, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Find the Story
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by Unknown
1y ago
Fellow speaker, Professional Storyteller Kindra Hall suggests you can find stories by looking at: Pain Points Functions Differentiators Clients Objections/Common Questions Lessons Learned Finding, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Give it the once over
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by saying it once all the way through every day. One time through, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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One good gesture deserves another
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by using specific gestures while you're telling it (e.g., you pretend to read a book when your making a point about reading). Gesturing, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Casual talk
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by telling your speech to others in casual conversations with others. Keeping it casual, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Picture perfect
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by reducing your notes to key pictures/symbols. Looking at these pictures/symbols will remind you of part of your speech (e.g., a picture of a pine tree would remind you to tell your Christmas story). Picturing, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Keyed up
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by reducing your notes to key words. Looking at the key words reminds you of that part of the story (e.g., making a note to tell the "Christmas story"). In the same key, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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Chunk it up
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by Unknown
2y ago
 Fellow speaker, Professional Speaker  and presentation coach Diane Windingland suggests you can make your speech easy to remember by chunking it into individual sections and then working to memorize it by section (e.g., practice the introduction repeatedly, then practice your first point repeatedly, etc.) . Chunkily, Tim Wilson Professional Speech Coach Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com ..read more
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