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Picking your tools

There is loads of software you could use to enhance your public speaking. Tools that could aid you in writing, personal organisation, research, audio recording, video recording and creating visual aids. But there are so many in each category that the choice can be overwhelming. How should you make your selection? I’ve already written about [...]
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Learning from Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl is probably most famous for his children’s books. However you may not be aware that he has written over seventy short stories for adults. Last week I raided my parent’s book shelf and read two collections of Dahl’s short stories, Over to you and The wonderful story of Henry Sugar. In the past I’ve also [...]
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What should you speak about?

How old are you? That’s how many years of unique experiences you have. You have accumulated insights and stories relating to hundreds of different topics. So why is it so hard to think of something interesting to talk about? As Toastmasters progress through the speech manuals they may feel like they have exhausted their personal anecdotes [...]
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