Politicians and other public figures deploy particular rhetorical devices to communicate their ideas and to convince people, and it’s time that we all learned how to use them, says speechwriter Simon Lancaster.
Want to prevent yawns and glazed-over eyes? Before you deliver your next speech, pitch or address, learn how to create exceptional visuals by following these rules (with real before-and-afters).
Figuring out your answer to “Why you?” can help you speak authentically and build your confidence, says communication coach Allison Shapira.
You don’t have to put up with a thin, shaky voice, says speech-language pathologist Jackie Gartner-Schmidt.
Yes, we all do these things, but they can suck the life from your conversations, says sound consultant Julian Treasure. Read this and strengthen your gift of gab.