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Starting a Speech: How to Avoid this Common Mistake

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Apr 11th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Want to start out strong every time you speak? To engage audiences and launch your talks powerfully, be sure to avoid this elementary mistake! read more »

Starting a Speech: How to Avoid this Common Mistake
Starting a Speech: How to Avoid this Common Mistake
Apr 11th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Want to start out strong every time you speak? To engage audiences and launch your talks powerfully, be sure to avoid this elementary mistake! read more »

Body Language Secrets Every Presenter Needs to Know
Body Language Secrets Every Presenter Needs to Know
Apr 5th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Want to rock your audiences and be memorable every time you present? Learn these secrets of using powerful body language! read more »

In the Spotlight: Speaking Skills for Emerging Leaders
In the Spotlight: Speaking Skills for Emerging Leaders
Mar 29th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Public speaking skills and leadership go hand in hand. If you’re an emerging leader, you need to know these tips for speaking with true executive presence! read more »

Speak with Power! — How to Sound like a Leader
Speak with Power! — How to Sound like a Leader
Mar 22nd, 2015 by Gary Genard

Want to speak with the voice of leadership? Learn the secret of developing your most powerful communication tool! read more »

How to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking
How to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking
Mar 15th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Do you suffer from speech anxiety? Here’s a game-changing book, with an easy-to-implement strategy to overcome your fear of public speaking forever! read more »

Acting Skills for Business: The Art of Persuasion
Acting Skills for Business: The Art of Persuasion
Mar 8th, 2015 by Gary Genard

Want to give the performance of a lifetime in your next presentation? Discover how to use an actor's stage presence to persuade, motivate, and inspire your audience! read more »

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