Align Your Types of Communication
Any time you engage with another person, there are two types of communication at play: your voice, which is sending a verbal message, and your body language, which is conveying the majority of information through your physical behavior.
Speak From The Heart, Right From the Beginning
You know that the first few minutes of your talk are crucial. It’s in this small window of time that you’ll either captivate your audience and convince them to keep listening, or lose their attention and struggle throughout your presentation to regain it.
Staying in Touch Through Phone Meetings
As your business grows and your client base expands, you’re probably finding it challenging to meet with everyone face-to-face.
How do you maintain the same level of intimacy and customer service in a world that’s becoming increasingly virtual?
PowerPoint Presentations Don’t Have To Be Awful
Using a PowerPoint presentation or one created with Google Slides to convey your message is a great way to enhance your presentation with visuals. Do you dread sitting through a presentation that uses PowerPoint or Google Slides because they’ve been used in the same way so many times that you expect the same boring outcome the minute the screen flickers on?
Performance Anxiety Got Your Tongue?
Being able to speak with confidence in front of the camera and set aside your performance anxiety isn’t something that comes naturally to most people. Even the most experienced speakers can feel nervous in front of the camera.