I don’t know who said it first. But here is my favorite quotation about public speaking: “The only reason to give a speech is to change the world.”
I love it because it touches on a fundamental -- but not obvious – question: “Why do we give speeches?”
Public speaking is hard enough. Delivering presentations when English is not your native language is particularly difficult. In The Non-Native Speaker on-camera workshop, you will learn how to create and deliver presentations with confidence.
If English is not your first language, sign up now for the Non-Native Speaker Workshop, February 25-26, 2014.
If a man wants to be treated like a leader, he needs to dress like one.
With that in mind, we have invited Lori Wynne, a nationally known wardrobe and image consultant, to discuss men's wardrobe options. In addition to discussing the "Five Keys to a Leadership Look", she will be available to take your questions.
We are asked this question a lot. And the answer is no. But you should practice your presentation so much that you can say it almost the same way every time. That’s not the same as memorization.
"He can compress the most words into the smallest ideas of any man I ever met."
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