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Why You Should Always Start Your Speech or Presentation With A Story

The first few seconds of your presentation are key to winning your audience.

Why Introverts Can Be the Best Public Speakers

It's not what you say, it's what your audience does in response.

Neil Gordon

How to Overcome Stage Fright

Before giving an important presentation, think of a story to make your audience feel more engaged.

Oliver Roll

How to Cultivate Confidence as a Leader

Some of the most confident people you've met aren't naturally confident. They're either faking it or they've trained themselves to be more confident. Or both.

Timothy Carter

How to Polish Your Public Speaking

Almost everyone is guilty of exhibiting superfluous words, sounds or gestures while presenting, but you may want to say goodbye to them.

Gil Peretz

Become a Better Leader by Improving Your Communication Skills

This bundle focuses on public speaking and communication in the workplace.

The Importance of Clarity

Once you've distilled your idea, you must clearly express it. Here's how.

Alon Braun

How Your Origin Story Connects You with Your Audience

Plus three ways your origin story shows your audience that you care.

Jilliane Yawney

4 Ways to Bulletproof Your Public-Speaking Business

Make sure you stay protected and profitable amid the pandemic.

Jose Flores

Stories Are Entrepreneurs' Most Powerful Tool. But What Ingredient Gives Them Power?

Most of our greatest lessons are learned when life throws us a curve ball.

Neil Gordon

Improve Your Public Speaking By Changing the Way You Read Sentences

It's time to unlearn everything you know about periods and commas.

Jason Feifer