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Write Less, Say More: The Power of Brevity | Lifehacker

Content Marketing Today

When it comes to great writing, less is more. Which words should you omit? How can you write more clearly? Let me do that again.

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Famous Speech Friday: Severn Suzuki's 1992 UN Earth Summit speech

The Eloquent Woman

Five minutes later, she'd delivered a speech that's still going viral , popularly known online as "The Girl Who Silenced the World for Five Minutes."

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Write Less, Say More: The Power of Brevity | Lifehacker

Content Marketing Today

When it comes to great writing, less is more. Which words should you omit? How can you write more clearly? Let me do that again.

2012 31

How to Get Your Point Across in 30 Seconds or Less - book review

Executive Speech Coach

How to Get Your Point Across in 30 Seconds in Less by Milo O. Frank I first read this book decades ago and have referred to it many times. Don’t hint.

Why Business Executives Fear Social Media Marketing | Social Media Today

Content Marketing Today

Written by Chris Horton. The marketing exec seemed agitated. She would have none of it, and quickly changed the subject.

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How to Attract an Audience by Integrating Content, Social, and Search | Copyblogger

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Written by Robert Bruce. Google’s been pissing people off lately. Panda, Penguin, Parakeet (okay, I made that last one up), who knows what’s next ….

John Edwards: Sex, Lies & Videotape

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  During the latter, many buy themselves a sporty car and the harm is circumscribed. If convicted he could go to prison for a long time. 

How to Attract an Audience by Integrating Content, Social, and Search | Copyblogger

Content Marketing Today

Written by Robert Bruce. Google’s been pissing people off lately. Panda, Penguin, Parakeet (okay, I made that last one up), who knows what’s next ….

Knock down the wall between you and your audience in public speaking

Pivotal Public Speaking

The first piece of public speaking that I can remember doing was in about the second year of school. Every year of school, we learned several pieces of poetry by rote, wrote them in our best handwriting in our poetry books and recited them together each morning. And that was the beginning of years of fear of public speaking. That was too much!

Have you given them a reason to say yes?

SpeakerSue Says...

How nice would your life be if every time you followed up with a prospect, they actually answered all your questions? Or just the phone? Or maybe your email? It can happen. First, how did you position why you would be following up in your original communication with them? Let’s say you positioned it in terms of them instead of yourself.