This is a great series on public speaking by Pearson Education.
Part 1 – Considering the Occasion
Journalists commonly address the questions Who did What? When? Where? Why? and How? The same questions can be starting points for selecting and organizing a topic for an informative speech. To whom are you speaking?As you [...]
As you know, I am a passionate advocate of utilizing biblical principles and Christian faith as a guide for success in my life. Toastmasters has been a very important part of my personal and public life and I wanted to share an article that shows so clearly just how amazing and important speech, communication and community are.
Are you a “valley girl” or a competent sounding and well spoken professional? When you punctuate your speech with phrases such as “You know”, “Ummm”, “You know what I’m saying”, “You know what I mean?”, etc., these are examples of speech patterns that can make you sound poorly educated and can actually be [...]