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The Difference Between a Great Speaker and a Great Speaker Coach

by Natalie Gallagher

A friend of mine recently worked with a new speaker coach to get her ready for a big work presentation in front of a room of over 500 people. She was disappointed after the first session because she didn’t feel like she’d gotten what she needed. She noticed her coach struggled to translate his skills as a wonderful speaker into helping her with her presentation. “He didn’t seem to understand I was giving a corporate presentation, not a motivational speech.” She lamented. “And he’s such a great speaker, so I …

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New Year’s Resolution to Conquer the Fear of Public Speaking

by Kelly Vandever

There’s nothing quite like a new year to do a clean sweep and set out to accomplish new goals. Hence, the New Year’s Resolution!

If your New Year’s Resolution is to overcome your fear of public speaking, congratulations! That’s a great cause.

We know public speaking can help you personally and in your career, so well done for stepping up and addressing your fears!

Where to begin? For most people, I recommend finding and joining a Toastmasters club.
The Mission of a Toastmasters Club
According to the Toastmasters International website, the …

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Shifting from Speaker-Judge to Speaker-Coach

by Claudia W. Brogan

One of the finest ways for us to keep polishing our speaking skills and learning new lessons is to pay very close attention to public speakers, wherever and whenever we happen upon them. Whether watching a keynote speech at a large conference or hearing a newly-published author at a forum, whether hearing a motivational speech or even a pastor delivering a sermon, there is a bounty of public-speaking for us to observe.

Each of these presentations offers a learning opportunity for us to refresh and polish our own speaking …

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