Stop Using These Five Expressions When You Speak

Have you ever listened to yourself talk and discovered you overuse certain expressions that don’t really help in getting your…

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How to market yourself as a professional speaker – lessons from Sheryl Roush

Do you sometimes feel like you must be paid for giving valuable advice and sharing your experiences through public speaking?…

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How to break writer’s block for non-writers

Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with typing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work.¬†For…

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365 Days of Public Speaking

Public speaking is an amazing tool that can be used to create, heal, kill, redeem or condemn en masse. As…

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Four qualities of an effective message

This evening after work I visited the the Cottonwood Leadership College (CLC) for their open house. I am so glad…

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