Michael Kelly “Bob, if you had to choose three lessons on what makes a great speaking voice, what would those lessons be?” Bob Carr “I think the first lesson is to separate yourself from the text and look the audience in the eye . . . and that animates a voice.
Recently I was re-listening to a leadership podcast. Renown United States football coach, Lou Holtz was being interviewed. In the podcast Holtz relayed an interaction he had when he was first installed at head football coach at the University of Notre Dame.
DBAE, TOYF, SODA, VAK, IDP. These acronyms are often used in my sales presentation and business pitch client work. Recently a participant in a workshop wanted to have ready access to the meanings of these acronyms. Below are a list of the acronyms, what they stand for and how they can be applied.
Yesterday I attended a networking breakfast. In turn, all of the 50 small business owners stood briefly to introduce themselves and their respective businesses. I was keen to hear each person’s message, but over 30% of the people who spoke, talked too softly or indistinctly for me to hear them clearly.
“Would your life be better if you gave up on this goal?” This question is one of ten questions Lori Deschene suggests you ask yourself about your goals. It’s from her article, 10 questions to ask yourself before giving up on your goal. Here is the link to the article: http://tinybuddha.com/featured/10-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-giving-up-on-your-dream/