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Know Your Audience and Avoid Slow Hand Claps

My first professional speech was in the 1980s to 500 drunk travel agents at a golf dinner. I didn’t seek the gig. A... More »
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    What puts some visual images into the ‘superstar category’?, was the topic of an public lecture that Professor of History of Art, Martin Kemp, gave at the London School of Economics, in London, to present his book Christ to coke: how image becomes icon. 
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    Write less, do more is the principle behind of the JQuery library that simplifies common javascript scripting tasks. For example, if you need to find the value of radio buttons in a contact form, you have to first collect all the radio buttons in a variable, loop through them and if the button...
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    AutoCAD is the standard of the industry and has been over the last 2-3 decades. The least of the skills an individual to get a job today or to pass a design course is the use of Computer Aided Design. Other programmes that can be learned at the same time are SketchUp, Revit, Rhino.
  • Speaking from the heart is always more powerful

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    Words without meaning don’t hold power When it comes to public speaking one of the main dilemmas people face is whether to speak from their heart or their head. A lot of people tend to go for the latter option. However, this can prove to be a significant mistake. Of course there is no denying...
  • Ask Yourself The Right Questions

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    5: ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS   All schools provide some sort of career advice for their students. Sometimes the advice might be provided by a Careers Teacher. Sometimes the guidance is provided by a visiting independent Careers Advisor. According to the many students I’ve talked to about the...
  • Feel Good Inside - Speak With Impact!

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    We might assume that a great voice is what mostly makes for a great speaker. We lounge luxuriously in the sound of a deeply resonating baritone or a velvety, breathy lilt. We find them instantly recognisable: Joanna Lumley; George Clooney; Barack Obama: all powerfully emotive voices. But is it...
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      Candidates should appreciate that evaluation in economics involves making judgements and supporting those judgements by data and logical arguments.   The list bellow indicates some of the ways in which candidates can demonstrate their evaluative skills to examiners. Answers should include...
  • The importance of Public speaking

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    Public speaking is not only about what we say but how we say it.  According to Albert Mehrabian, a sociolinguist, how we speak makes up 38% with our body language making up 44%!  Apparently we only listen to 7% of what is being said. It is also really important that the speaker need to relate...
  • Generation Y

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    The following is actually two articles combined. I have reprinted them with the kind permission of the authors, Marcia Lareau Ph.D and Tom Payne. While they are written from an American perspective, the relevance to young people in the U.K. is obvious. 1: GENERATION “Y”    by Marcia...


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