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  • 1). 8 Tips to improve your comunication skills  By : John Khu
    If you often have difficulty in starting conversations and maintaining the interest of people you are speaking with, you are just a member of what is probably the largest group of humans on this planet – “nice people with less than perfect communication skills”. Your upbringing and life experiences may have made you defensive or even negative about most people that you meet.
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  • 3). Three Easy Steps To Be Good In Public Speaking  By : David Idle
    Throughout the history of human civilization, people have been expressing their confidence and strength, not only by force, but also by the noble art of public speaking. The orators of ancient Greece were highly respected and valued in the community. Likewise, today’s world leaders are admired and esteemed when they have the power to address the public with poise and conviction.
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  • 5). Eulogy Speeches: Use A Story To Help You Get Started  By : Tom Antion
    So you "have" to do a eulogy speech... or maybe you "want" to get a chance to express in public all the deep feelings you have for your loved one who has passed away. Yes, I know it's a tough time to write a eulogy speech or anything else for that matter. Yes, I know you're probably distraught and having a hard time focusing. That's OK. I'm going to give you an easy tip to get going.
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  • 8). Public Speaking Tips  By : Simon Oldmann
    Any public speaking involves delivering information to people who are, in one way or another, waiting to get some information. This is a key reason why you should pay careful attention as you prepare to make you speech and as you plan to meet your audience. Some people are naturals at public speaking and getting to audiences, you may think of politicians.
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  • 10). A world of presentations without PowerPoint  By : thomsonchemmanoor
    Most of the presentations made nowadays are made with the help of PowerPoint. There are also class teachers and lecturers who use PowerPoint to make the teaching and learning process more interesting. However, it is the professional who makes presentations without the use of PowerPoint, while following some of their age-old beliefs for presentations.

  • 11). Public Speaking Fear? You Should Be Afraid  By : Paul Evans
    Like most pubic speaking consultants, I usually hammer all the reasons a person should not be afraid of presenting. However, the more coaching I do, the more I realize the fear is legit. People should be afraid of getting in front of a group. While there is a lot to gain from speaking publicly, there is also a lot to lose. Here are seven reasons to be scared… Number One: No skill.

  • 19). Public Speaking, Why All The Fuss?  By : Tomas Morkenson
    When asked, the majority of people in the US would claim that there greatest fear is getting up in front of a crowd and giving a speech. People 100 years ago would not say that public speaking was their worst fear, but they had more threatening things to worry about right? I’m talking about things like war, and wild animals, and rampant crime without great law enforcement.
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  • 21). 9 Tips To Keep Your Audience In Attention  By : David Idle
    In almost all gatherings (conventions, alumni homecomings, commencement exercises, fund raising or awarding ceremonies), guest speakers are usually invited to highlight the occasion. To make the gathering memorable, guest speakers are selected for a certain reason, some according to their popularity and accomplishments. As much as possible, the speaker’s profession or line of achievement must be in some way related to the occasion.
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  • 22). History of Public Speaking  By : Tim Allen
    There never has been in the history of the world a time when the spoken word has been equaled in value and importance by any other means of communication. If one traces the development of mankind from what he considers its earliest stage he will find that the wandering family of savages depended entirely upon what its members said to one another. A little later when a group of families made a clan or tribe the individuals still heard the commands of the leader, or in tribal council voiced their own opinions.
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