Monthly Archives: December 2015

Self-centric or Audience-centric

We get to choose Andrew Dlugan posted in 2012: Self-centric speakers deliver the speech they want to give . . . Audience-centric speakers deliver the speech the audience wants to hear.” He says that audience analysis is “the process of learning … Continue reading

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Feel uncomfortable?

Great, you’re on the fast track. Bodybuilders s sometimes recite the homily “No Pain, No Gain.” And, it’s true to some extent. But pain is actually a warning to stop what you’re doing because it’s injuring you. Discomfort, though, means you’re … Continue reading

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Christmas Talks

Christmas Speeches If you’re known as a “Professional Toastmaster” you may find yourself speaking at the company’s “Holiday Party.” Your name may not be on the agenda but it’s a better idea to be prepared to speak and not be … Continue reading

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