Our language is like that box of chocolate of Forrest Gump’s mom. Our language can be a wonderland of wisdom. Our language can be a miracle of emotions. Our language can be a blizzard of bullying.
Do you remember those bullies at school? Weren’t they sweet little fellows? Wasn’t their jargon filled with manners . . . → Read More: Three Fierce Fellows Of Feedback
Countless speech evaluations in my seminars I started asking, What did you like about the speech?
10 plus patterns, 10 success boosters regularly pop up during these moderated evaluations. From professionalism to authenticity – use them and you’ll increase your level of success in public speaking.
A poised, professional, serious . . . → Read More: 10 Success Boosters In Public Speaking
At the age of 17 to 18 I played football in the highest league – Bavaria North. Our club was called VfB Coburg. We came from a small town in Northern Bavaria and, at times, we had to compete with the juvenile teams of first division giants. It felt like David vs. Goliath!
When . . . → Read More: From Football To Business – Be A Game Changer
Today I heard that same comment for the bazillionth time. A friend, even a Toastmaster friend, asked me, Why would companies organize public speaking seminars? Those people don’t need to speak in public!
Well, apart from the great saying, Whether it’s one person or a 1,000 people, it’s always public speaking, here are 20 . . . → Read More: Why Public Speaking?
1. I’m committed to grow
There’s a huge difference between seminar participants who join the trainings voluntarily and those who are sent by their bosses. Only in the second group I sometimes face characters who lack commitment to grow. Those people waste their time and the time of all other seminar participants. Bosses should . . . → Read More: Five Golden Rules For Seminar Participants