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It’s been 10 years since I shed the skin of my first business, a traditional PR practice, which I ran for eight years, and then
As you’re preparing for your next presentation, will you engage your audience or alienate them? Here are 5 different but surefire ways to alienate your
Emotion. Besides breath, emotion is one of the most underrated attributes of our oratorical treasure chests. Dig deep and you will find it can unlock
What do you do to feel comfortable before a big talk? In August I had my largest audience ever: 1,800 at the Convocation for the
Year 11. Last week we announced our 11th year of speakers for TEDxColumbus. I’ve transitioned to become a member of the curatorial committee, after 10
The Ohio State Research & Innovation Showcase was part of the OSU Innovator of the Year Awards Event. While the event has been held previously, it’s the first time the nominees each presented a short TED-like talk. And Articulation was called in to help. Coaches Ruth Milligan and Acacia Duncan coached the speakers using our proven Transforming Talks process.
What do you say in a short speech or talk when you don’t have much time to prepare? In this short video public speaking tips, Executive Communication Coach Ruth Milligan shares a hack to help you organize your thoughts. Start by answering these 2 questions.