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Closings: 3 Ways to End a Speech with Impact

The hardest part of speaking is getting in… and getting out. In this short video, Ruth explains three strategies for how to close your speech with impact.
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Openings: How to Start Your Speech Strong

The hardest part of speaking is getting in... and getting out. In this quick tips video, Ruth Milligan shares an effective tip for opening your speech strong.
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How to Coach Someone from Eating at the Filler Word Buffet

For over a year or more as I walked the halls at a large executive speaking coach client organization, I’d been told about an executive with the UM, AH and LIKE problem. YOU KNOW, those filler words people use when speaking, and in public speaking in particular. They were correct but not complete. After a...
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Our origin.

(How we got this idea. Pun intended).

In 2009 after Ruth Milligan founded the first TEDxColumbus, she went looking for someone who could help coach her next round of speakers in content framing and storytelling. When she came up dry, she founded Articulation. 

TEDxColumbus continues to this day to have an integrated tie with Articulation, we consider it our service to our community and our learning laboratory for new ways to help people become more impactful speakers. 

Since 2009, we have coached over 400 speakers in the TED-style, both on stages with official TEDx licenses and private-label events we organize for our clients. 

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