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March 30, 2020

The Most Neglected Speaking Skills

After twenty years helping people improve their speaking skills, it’s easy to identify the most common techniques that are usually missing for the average public speaker or presenter. You can probably guess most of them, and yet few people are actually putting them into practice. Here are five public speaking skills that, if implemented, will put you far out in front of the majority of your peers.

Concise Communication Skills

Your ability to be concise and to the point is an important part of strong communication skills. Rambling and getting into too many details confuses and frustrates your listeners and makes you less credible as a speaker. The ability to communicate clearly and concisely will enhance your image and earn the respect of your friends and colleagues. Here are four strategies to help cultivate concise communication skills.

March 1, 2018

Voice Training: Breath Holding

Breath-holding is one of those unnoticed habits that presents a real obstacle to your speaking voice. It closes you up, stops your flow and gets you into your head. Cultivating uninterrupted breath flow can make the difference between feeling blocked and jammed up as a speaker or being open, connected and fully engaged.

December 14, 2016

Speaking Skills: Slowing Your In-Breath

August 13, 2014

Credibility: How to Be a Credible Speaker

June 18, 2014

The Pause: So How Do You Pause?

Filed under: Media Training,Presentation,Public Speaking,Speech and Diction — Jay Miller @ 4:04 pm

June 5, 2014

Project Confidence: Making Your Voice Sound Confident

March 20, 2014

Ums and Filler Words

Filed under: Media Training,Presentation,Public Speaking,Speech and Diction — Jay Miller @ 2:05 pm

March 13, 2014

Presentation Skills: Choosing Your Task

Filed under: Media Training,Presentation,Public Speaking — Jay Miller @ 4:32 pm


February 27, 2014

Vocal Fry: Eliminating Vocal Fry

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