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Love is…

June has really been a month of ups and downs, but it’s ended on a high and I’m primed for July 🙂 The first weekend in June (moon 3/4 waxing) was a long weekend, due to the Jubilee Celebrations. My … Continue reading

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8 Points for Presentation Structure

Originally posted on The Presenters' Blog:
by Peter Watts Preparation is everything. While we focus on our content, and sometimes fuss about our slides, it’s essential we never forget about the framework holding everything together. How will we introduce and…

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Affirmations Shmaffirmations…

I’m really proud of the speech I did for the RNLI. I was so sick. I mean, *really* sick. I dragged myself out of bed, threw a bowl and towel in the car in case I vomited again and went … Continue reading

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Being a better speaker

I love Seth’s blog, I get a short, sweet email usually once a day and there’s great stuff to think about. This time I wanted to share two posts which I think will be useful to my speaker friends, one … Continue reading

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4 quick ways to review that talk you just gave

The Eloquent Woman is a wonderful blog, giving tips and suggestions for how women can improve their public speaking skills. I particularly enjoy their regular feature Famous Speech Friday – I really recommend you check it out. Today I would … Continue reading

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Change Your Tone

This post is copied from an article posted by Diana Lowe on her blog Swtiched On Development. Do visit her if you get a chance, she’s always got interesting and useful thoughts on communication. Please click here to view the … Continue reading

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Lessons from An Arguement Part 2

Yesterday I talked about the lesson of negative thinking that I received from a surprising conversation I had with a work colleague. I was gratified to receive some encouraging messages which I humbly accept with a heart-felt ‘thank you’ to … Continue reading

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Dreams and Roundabouts

I woke up feeling fragile this morning. I have been experiencing lots of crazy and blatantly stress-related dreams over the past week, it’s kind of understandable. Last night I dreamed I went to work in my dressing gown and slippers. … Continue reading

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Cry Baby Moon

I’m giving a speech at Guildford Speakers next week, first one in ages so I’m looking forward to it. The project is called the Moral of the Story and the objective is to present a story with a moral (the … Continue reading

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