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Plotting your emotional journey

Like most geeks I like to deconstruct things, find out how they work and formulate simple rules to describe complex patterns. One of the points Phillip Khan-Panni made in his recent workshop was that a speech should be journey. Speeches should exhibit a logical progression or they will be difficult to understand. We were shown [...]
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How to make a speech worth hearing with Phillip Khan-Panni

Last Wednesday I went to a Toastmasters event hosted by Phillip Khan-Panni called How to Make a speech worth hearing. Phillip has won the UK and All-Ireland public speaking championship three times and won the Silver medal at the world finals in 1995.  His latest book is available here. The talk consisted of “The 18 essentials of public speaking”. [...]
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