For many of us, just the thought of speaking in front of many people easily makes our knees go weak — it’s normal! We’ve all had our fair share of this phase in our lives. But the good news is, it becomes better and better as we practice. To help you, we’ve come up with a list of effective tips that you can make use of in helping you deliver your first speech successfully. Make sure to take note of each of the items as you read.
For the past few days there’s been a certain commercial on TV that’s been probing my thoughts a little.
It’s a New Year Greeting snippet. And in this snippet, celebrities were discussing social media being awash with a flurry of New Year Resolution posts and joking about how no one keeps their resolutions.
It’s a New Year Greeting all in the name of fun.
Ah, the humble laser pointer.
The magical wands of our generation. The bane of cats worldwide. And the quintessential tool to any presentation.
As the world starts to abandon the traditional stick pointers for their cooler laser counterparts, haven’t we all experienced the really crappy use of laser pointers?
Here, I’m going to call some of them out.
The recent structure of gun violence in Orlando has been a terrible tragedy.
And since this happens to be the Presidential election season in the United States, the 2 presumptive Presidential nominees from both big parties in the US are compelled to respond.
A crisis like this amidst an election creates a unique situation – both candidates now have a common platform to ride on voters’ emotional surge and launch their political agendas from.
“For my ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow. Its energy surrounds us and binds us.”
Why is it that when some characters like Jar Jar Binks speak, we get mildly irritated; but when characters like Yoda says something, everyone’s all ears?
Why is it that we feel more stirred by Supreme Leader Snoke speaking through his hologram than by General Hux addressing his First Order contingents?
Marvel Civil War! The battle lines are drawn and you’ve probably chosen your side.
Captain America (aka Steve Rogers) and Iron Man (aka Tony Stark) are battling it out in cinemas all over the world this very moment.
I’ve caught the movie and it’s freakin’ epic – well-paced storylines, brilliantly executed teases & secret revelations, and swashbuckling action scenes that draw your exclamations, cheers and fistpumps. Go watch it!
We all have that friend who exudes presence every single time.
He (or she) may very well be the loudest and the most boisterous in the room.
But sometimes, he (or she) can also be the most unassuming, yet somehow very noticeable person in the crowd.
So, what is Presence?
Clark’s team has been working on this huge project.
For months, it has been countless hours of extensive interviews, intense brainstorming and sleepless nights.
As the team lead, Clark’s immensely proud of the amount of hard work and dedication put in by his fellow colleagues.
One fateful day, he received a call from the secretary – the Director’s secretary.
“Light travels faster than sound.
That’s why some people look very bright… until they start talking.” smart
We all want to sound smart. Especially so when we’re decked out in our best outfits, aiming to score a good first impression.
But sometimes, we get stumped by the most unexpected of questions.