Even if you have never completely dozed off in a meeting (shoutout to a previous unnamed co-worker who audibly snored through an entire staff meeting), we have all had those moments where it seems nearly
Eloquent people sound smart, regardless of how intelligent they are. The opposite is true as well. Smart people who are incoherent — like some engineers I've known — often come off as if they're of limited
If you're like most people, you feel a spike in pre-speech jitters in the last 60 seconds before you take the stage to deliver a presentation or when it's approaching your turn to speak up in a meeting.
Marcela Sapone is the co-founder and CEO of Hello Alfred, an on-demand personal assistant service. She shares the secret to pitching any innovative product: Know your audience and listen to their feedback.
No doubt about it, prospects judge you on many factors, and one is on the quality of your voice. If you want to attract high-paying clients, you should pay attention to your voice. If you want more vocal
Knowing a script or presentation cold means taking the time to craft the words and sequence of what you plan to say, and then rehearsing them until you could recite them backwards if asked. It’s a more
In the moment after you've been introduced but before you begin to speak, anticipation builds. Here's how to use it to command a room. I once attended a breakfast lecture series to see a man speak about
As a professional speaker and speaking coach, I rarely refer to notes while I'm actually speaking, and that's for three reasons: First, it's my job to know my content inside and out. Second, because my