Monthly Archives: April 2012

Speak? Easy!

I don’t have time to prepare and practice my presentation! Have you ever felt that way?  I have. That is, I used to until I learned and practiced some tips on preparing a speech. Here are five powerful practices that … Continue reading

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And I Said, “Yes!”

Multi-talented actor William Shatner, 80, touring in a one-man show, “Shatner’s World: We Just Live in It,” stopped by the Palace Theater in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, April 15, and, for almost two hours, his world and mine closely overlapped. Knitting … Continue reading

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To Be, or Not to Be…

Today at my local Toastmasters Club I reprised, in part, the role of Prince Hamlet by enacting the famous soliloquy from act 3, scene 1.  This fulfilled the requirements for the advanced speech project, “The Monodrama,” taken from the Toastmasters … Continue reading

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