One of Arlington’s residents has been particularly good to me. Since there is not much I can do to give back to him, I will give to the whole community. I have setup a public speaking workshop. My objective is to help community members overcome their fear of public speaking and even improve their presentation power for those who already have some experience. The workshop will be held at the Aurora Hills Branch of the Arlington Library located at: 735 18th St S Arlington, VA 22202. The date is: July 24, 2014 and the time: 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. For online Continue reading Public Speaking Workshop @ Arlington Library
What if it was possible for you to give a speech that had your audience members glued to their seats from beginning to end, and most importantly, get the most value from your message? If you do any amount of speaking using your voice, you are probably involved in public speaking. Every time you are involved in verbal communication (most commonly) with a group of friends or family, or even colleagues, think of yourself as giving a speech. I once heard Patricia Fripp, world renowned professional speaker say: “Life is a series of sales situations.” Indeed, every time you are communicating with Continue reading 5 Easy Ways To Make Your Speech Content Memorable: The Best Is Last
During my recent road trip across America speaking to different Toastmasters clubs along the way, I had the privilege to meet a lot of good people. In addition to meeting them, I also got to hear their stories and become part of their life experience for but a short moment. One of the remarkable people I met was Mary Ann. Mary Ann’s Husband Mary Ann told me to story of her husband who died a premature death because he had a gift that he resented. His gift was the ability to read people’s energy and he was very sensitive to it. Having Continue reading Are You Driving Yourself to a Premature Death?