Tips for Confidently Speaking
What is more challenging than giving a prepared speech? Giving an unprepared one! Here are strategies to make improv easy and fun. Have a read!
What’s one of the most important talents of our best business leaders? They delegate.
To reduce fear and gain confidence, consider these five delegation mastery tips. They can be used by anyone, from the most adept leader to the newest entrepreneur.
What’s more challenging than giving a prepared speech? Giving an unprepared one!
We cannot anticipate when or how these situations will arise. The book, Confidently Speaking, provides you with simple tools to speak to those challenges of Impromptu Speaking.
I’ve learned that coming to know your personal communication style is an ongoing adventure. To interact amicably with others, whose styles may differ a little or a lot from your own, requires self-awareness, adaptability, and a willingness to listen. Three key elements not only for communication but for life itself.
What do cars and communication have in common? When you tune up your car or your communication style, both run more smoothly.
My front page news article is to help speakers around the world to build a great speech.
Toastmasters International Magazine November, 2021 edition.
From a Class-A introvert, the shy one who could not say a word, to a three-time contender for the World Championships of Public Speaking, comes her latest book, Confidently Speaking.
Gain the secrets of public speaking. How to move from the back of the room to a 60-foot stage, with ease.
Distinguished Toastmaster Robinson’s admiration for Toastmasters began......
Ready to upgrade your public speaking skills? Learn to Lead With Mastery - Right From The Very Start! as the title for my seminar indicates. "You have only one opportunity to make a first impression," said Paloma Picasso. What will your first impression be? With my class, your first impression will be your very best!
Conflict resolution comes when we return to the peace talks; when we return to the bargaining tables; when we return to our dining room tables and we look into the eyes of our beloved and say, “Let’s call the calling off, off."