How to Significantly Improve Your Credibility as a Public Speaker & What is at the Heart of Your Effectiveness? Listen.
Beyond presence and talent, good speaking is viewed as a verbal art form. Elocution, diction, projection and modulation, to only name a few elements, are believed to be the obvious and essential ingredients to a good presentation or performance. So much more goes into good speaking, but it is important to try to pierce the myth of verbal life.
So is the need to cater needlessly thinking that being soft spoken is the key to win hearts. Have you ever realised how many times you hear “I’m sorry” in a day? Put it to the test, it’s mind blowing. On the surface, these habits can appear as legitimate forms of expression or harmless ways to handle people. On the contrary, they are powerful enemies and should be avoided at all cost.
Within this unprecedented 21st century current economic and political environment, I thought it would be helpful to look deeper into the essence of cause and effect, as it relates to healthy living and communication. It is safe to assert that many of us have, at one point or another, found ourselves to be at the effect of someone or something.
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