Caring for your voice is important

Why you should warm it up before speaking Look after your voice, and it will take care of you! What do I mean by that? Since your voice is unique – like your fingerprints – whether you like it or not, the information the sound of…

Why focus on breathing?

What does deep breathing do? Your ability to deal with issues more efficiently – by being less reactive – improves dramatically as you learn to take actively take deep breaths when faced with stressful situations. There are so many…

What should I wear when public speaking?

There are some things to consider when dressing for success when public speaking because it's not easy to please everyone. However, if you’ve done your research by asking the appropriate questions, you can avoid some clothing taboos.…

Speak clearly to prevent mumbling

As a public speaker, the audience needs to clearly hear and understand what you are saying. Whether a trained public speaker or not, one of the most frustrating aspects of communication is when you're listening to someone speak, and…

What the colours you wear say about you when public speaking?

You’re introduced to the audience, and you’re walking on stage to applause. You stand before your listeners and smile in a confident and relaxed way. As you’re standing there and before you’ve said a single word, your listeners…

Using public speaking to promote my brand?

Often, when building your brand, you will need to do it through a variety of channels. One of which is your ability to communicate clearly and concisely, with confidence and charm when promoting your products, skills, or services.…

The importance of eye contact

Like it or not, our eyes give us away, and your audience will be able to tell whether you are only ‘talking at’ or ‘connecting with’ them. Our eyes give people a deeper understanding of our emotions and how we are processing…

Facial Expressions

All humans instinctively watch each other’s faces to assess the person’s emotional state by what their expression is telling us. Are they emotionally present and interested, or expressionless and dispassionate? Our face…

Diction Exercises

Why should you practice diction exercises? Diction exercises can help improve your public speaking. The content of your speech may be fantastic, and you may look great when delivering your presentation;…

Positively impact your home life by changing your tone of voice

How many times have you been talking to someone, you’ve disliked the tone they’ve used, and it’s sparked a row? Or perhaps someone has told you not to talk to them in ‘that tone of voice’. It’s happened to all of us…