How will your speeches and presentations be judged?

How do you judge a speech, particularly a political speech? By what it achieves at the moment of delivery? Or should history be the true judge? Recent events in Washington had Eliot Cohen pondering this question in an article last week in The Atlantic magazine. Cohen is dean of The Johns Hopkins University School of …

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How speakers could benefit from a golden brain

finding happiness in public speaking

One of my favourite online personality tests is ‘Are You Left Brained or Right Brained?‘ It’s a free, fun quiz that tells you which part of your brain is dominant. Left brainers are logical, systematic, see the details, build the hardware. Right brainers are creative, free flowing, see the big picture, design the software. In …

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