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I recently saw “A Star Is Born” with my wife on a rare night out (we have two young children).  It was a fantastic movie and a must-see for anyone who loves performing and presenting. The film is about a washed-up rocker (Jackson) who falls for a young, poor, talented singer (Ally), and gives her the […]
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I think John Mulaney is one of the best comedians around these days.  What can we learn from him from a public speaking perspective?  Here are three things I think we can take away: His pacing is very deliberate – Notice the tempo at which Mr. Mulaney speaks.  It’s very measured, but it never feels […]
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Certain public speaking problems can be solved in a solitary fashion.  If you are unhappy with your powerpoint design, pick up Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds.  If you occasionally stumble over words, watch this blog post, and use a metronome to slow down your speech.  If you feel scattered while presenting, write out a set […]
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Do you have a talented employee with poor English skills?  Do you wish you could help him or her but are afraid of coming across as insensitive or discouraging?  Here are five tips for helping your employee get the help they need: Begin by emphasizing the employee’s value to the company.  If your employee feels […]
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Do you find yourself obsessing about the “right” way to present? The “right” way to speak? Watch my tip, and learn to break the rules on occasion and just let things fly.
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In my coaching practice, I often hear that people feel they are being discriminated against due to the fact that they have an accent.  Accent discrimination is rampant and surprisingly legal.  The question is, why do people discriminate? New research done at the University of Chicago suggests prejudice is only part of the problem.  Non-native accents make […]
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