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Houston, we have a problem: 5 ways to prepare for technology malfunctions

Murphy’s Law—“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”—may never be truer than when you’re dependent on technology for a presentation. Most of your presentations likely will be glitch-free, however, it’s ideal to prepare for the worst-case scenario so that you can quickly recover when something inevitably goes wrong … Continue reading

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It’s not the end of the world: 5 tips for recovering when you make a mistake

It’s not the end of the world! 5 tips for recovering when you make a mistake by Catherine Ahern Public speaking is nerve-wracking for a number of reasons, but one thing you shouldn’t be overly concerned about is saying the … Continue reading

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Conquer stage fright with this strategy

Conquer stage fright with this strategy Do you become nauseated or tremble at the thought of public speaking? You can overcome your fear with a little help from the editors of American Speaker who offer these suggestions for easing your … Continue reading

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Is your organization at risk?

    Is your organization at risk? In a recent Communication Briefings survey, 68% of respondents said that communication completely breaks down “often” or “sometimes” in their workplaces, compared to a mere 2% of people who said communication “never” breaks … Continue reading

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5 tips for conquering your public speaking nightmare

5 tips for conquering your public speaking nightmare by Catherine Welborn Halloween is right around the corner, but if you are like many people, ghosts and witches don’t scare you nearly as much as public speaking! Specific public-speaking fears run … Continue reading

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