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King, Hamer, Ginsburg, Obama: Speech collections & a memoir

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affiliate links books we likeWomen speakers often are left out of collections of "major speeches." But of the four recent finds I've made in speech collection and a memoir, three are by important women speakers. I'll be adding these to The Eloquent Woman Booklist , my collection of useful books about speeches and speaking as featured on this blog. Add these to your speaking shelf: Ruth Bader Ginsburg: My Own Words , by U.S.

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Equipment for Speakers

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Note: They are affiliate links.). I’m writing this during the Coronavirus pandemic and I just heard that webcams are on backorder. That’s because so many more people are presenting and attending meetings from home. So I thought I’d list my recommendations for equipment for speakers, including webcam, lighting, screening, mics, and much more. The links are on Amazon. You can see all of the items in one place here. Lighting. Ubeesize 10″ Selfie Ring Light.

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Introducing The Eloquent Woman Booklist

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affiliate links books we likeA reader suggested a compilation of the books we've covered on the blog over the years, and here it is: The Eloquent Woman Booklist. It's not intended to be a comprehensive directory of books about speaking, just those we've featured here.

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5 books that capture commencement speeches by women

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affiliate links books we likeCommencement ceremonies often feature women speakers, but their speeches are less frequently published than those of male speakers.

Talk About the Talk: Caroline Goyder on confident speaking at @TEDxBrixton

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affiliate links books we like Talk About the Talk series (Editor''s note: I''m launching a new series, Talk About the Talk, in which I''ll ask speakers I''ve worked with to share their perspectives about giving big or important talks. First up is Caroline Goyder , who spoke this autumn at TEDxBrixton on "the surprising secret to speaking with confidence."

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What made this one of TED's most popular talks in 2016?

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affiliate links books we likeI was pleased, but not at all surprised, to see Judson Brewer's TEDMED talk from 2015 about "an easy way to break a bad habit" on TED's list of the 10 most popular TED talks in 2016 , with more than 6 million views and counting. Brewer was among the TEDMED speakers I coached in 2015, and I think there's much to learn from this talk, for researchers contemplating TED-style talks, and anyone else who wants to understand the form.

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The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit

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affiliate links books we like Fans of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook see links to good reads, resources and ideas from other sources there, in addition to posts from the blog. But you won''t miss a thing, since I''m summarizing that extra content and putting it here on the blog for all readers to see.

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4 unusual books for tackling your public speaking fears

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affiliate links books we likeThere are loads of books targeting public speaking fear head-on. But I like a slightly different, off-center approach, without the usual suspects. Here are three currently available books I share with clients who are nervous, anxious, or fearful of public speaking, along with a much-anticipated fourth option: Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking is a book I was given when learning to make art.

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4 finds to streamline your public speaking and presenting

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affiliate links Presentations (most of the time) involve technology and tech headaches to match. But what if I told you that new tech tools are making it possible for you to juggle fewer devices and types of software for your next presentation? That''s the case with this quartet of apps and devices, which combine multimedia features with easy-to-use efficiency.

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Famous Speech Friday: Justice Sonia Sotomayor's law school question

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affiliate links books we like Sometimes, asking a question can seem like giving a high-stress, if short, speech. If you stand up in a classroom and confront the professor out loud, in front of everyone assembled, you''re taking the floor--and could be displaying your own knowledge, or your ignorance. It''s a risky, on-the-fly form of public speaking, one that takes confidence. Double the risk if you are questioning the authority who has the floor.

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2014's top 10 Famous Speech Friday posts on The Eloquent Woman

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affiliate links famous speeches In 2014, we skipped well past 160 famous speeches by women in The Eloquent Woman Index, all from our Famous Speech Friday series. The most-read FSF posts published in 2014 about individual speeches reflect the diversity of our speakers and our readers. The list includes a CEO, members of the British Parliament, poets, a novelist, a newspaper editor, a Prime Minister, an actor, and a researcher.

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15 ways I use @evernote for public speaking & coaching speakers

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affiliate links If you read my other blog, don''t get caught , on social media and communications, you already know I''m a big fan of using the note-taking program Evernote for business travel, blogging and more. It''s also a secret weapon in my coaching of speakers and public speaking workshops, as well as my own public speaking.

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Why memorizing your talk is like memorizing lyrics on your favorite album

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Tom Hanks affiliate links As speaking tactics go, memorizing an entire talk is among the most difficult. So who wouldn''t want an easier way to anticipate it? In a recent interview with Studio 360 , actor Tom Hanks talks about starring in a Broadway play, Lucky Guy, and the challenges of memorizing lines and performing them live on stage, instead of the cuts and takes and retakes he''s used to when making films.

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Instead of shutting down controversial women speakers

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affiliate links books we likeIn doing research for this blog, I've been reading Deborah Kops's fine book, Alice Paul and the Fight for Women's Rights: From the Vote to the Equal Rights Amendment. The book relates that, around 1908, Paul went to Birmingham, England, to study. She decided to see suffragist Christabel Pankhurst give a speech at the university.

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The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit

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affiliate links Fans of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook see links to good reads, resources and ideas from other sources there, in addition to posts from the blog. But you won''t miss a thing, since I''m summarizing that extra content and putting it here on the blog for all readers to see.

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What women speakers can learn about interruptions from the debates

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books we like affiliate linksIn "Would you please let me finish." linguist Deborah Tannen today tackles the second debate between this year's U.S. presidential candidates and looks specifically at interruptions as a speaking tool, since there were plenty of them in this debate. Tannen, who has published widely on men's and women's differing speaking styles and preferences, takes note of three aspects of interrupting relevant to women speakers.

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Why register for the European Speechwriter Network Brussels conference?

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affiliate links Residence Palace, Brussels One of the most productive and enjoyable conferences I''ve ever attended was the most recent European Speechwriter Network conference in London this May. I came away with a rich array of resources, ideas, challenges and new colleagues and collaborators from this well-organized session. See my notebook on the London conference here and my London keynote on women and public speaking here.)

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Famous Speech Friday: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Opinion in the VMI Case

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affiliate links books we like famous speechesThis post marks the 200th famous speech by a woman in The Eloquent Woman's Index of Famous Speeches , so it seemed appropriate to honor that milestone with a milestone of a speech and a speaker. In 1996, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman justice to sit at the Court, delivered the summary majority opinion in United States v. Virginia , sometimes called the VMI case.

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6 great gifts to encourage your favorite speaker

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affiliate links books we like gifts As a speaker coach and trainer, I can tell you from experience: Speakers and presenters need encouragement and thank-yous all year ''round, not just at the holidays. These gifts work as thank-yous for your invited speaker as well as for holiday gifts that say "You''re doing great--keep going!" You might give them after she''s completed a fantastic TEDx or Ignite! talk, or when the team presentation gets the new client.

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Famous Speech Friday: Mary Ann Shadd Cary's 1858 "Break Every Yoke"

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affiliate links books we like famous speeches(Editor's note: Mary Ann Shadd Cary is one of a number of nineteenth-century American black women orators like Sojourner Truth who defied societal norms against women, and black women, speaking in public. You can read more about them and the conditions in which they spoke in Doers of the Word: African-American Women Speakers and Writers in the North (1810-1880) by Carla L. Peterson.)

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Famous Speech Friday: Harriet Tubman's fable on colonizing slaves

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affiliate links books we like famous speechesIn the run-up to the American Civil War and the discussion of whether to free the slaves, one proposal that gained some traction was repatriation or colonization--that is, sending black Americans, enslaved and free people alike, back to Africa. And in 1859, Harriet Tubman, the former slave who helped many other slaves escape on the Underground Railroad, used a speech to share her own views on the issue.

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Famous Speech Friday: Chimamanda Adichie's "We should all be feminists"

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affiliate links famous speeches Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie gave this talk at TEDxEuston 2012 , a conference on inspiring ideas about Africa. It resonated in the hall, but got an extra push toward fame in late 2013, when Beyoncé sampled it in her surprise "visual album" in the song "Flawless." Adichie uses pairs of topical threads and the contrasts inherent in them to frame this talk. It''s about men and women, masculinity and femininity, culture and choices.

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Famous Speech Friday: Brené Brown's 2010 TEDx talk on vulnerability

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affiliate links famous speeches " Be thou vulnerable ," TED tells its speakers. But this famous speech was about vulnerability--in us and in the speaker. It must have struck a chord, because Brené Brown''s 2010 TEDx talk on vulnerability is, as of late 2013, the fourth-most-watched TED talk of all time.

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Even famous speakers are made, not born: 4 examples

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affiliate links books we like British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. President Bill Clinton. Lady Bird Johnson, a First Lady of the United States. Susan Cain, TED speaker. All seasoned, famous speakers who''ve reached millions with their oratory--the kind you''d call a "natural born speaker." But this quartet of famous speakers were all made, not born, that way.

2014 69

Women speakers: Are you the backup singer or the lead performer?

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affiliate links One of the many insights I''ve had as I roll out my Be The Eloquent Woman workshops involves women who, in effect, are playing backup singer to other speakers. Here are some of the things I''ve heard in workshops and conversations in the last couple of months: "Since I''m in public relations, I''m really behind the scenes. So when I have to speak--at a press conference or in front of my peers--I don''t feel sure of myself." "I

2014 72

14 famous African-American women's speeches from The Eloquent Woman Index

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famous speeches books we like affiliate linksCoretta Scott King Now that The Eloquent Woman Index has 100 famous speeches by women, it's time to share this resource in ways that will make it even more useful to speakers, presenters and speechwriters. I can think of no better way to celebrate Black History Month this year than with this collection, drawn from the index, of famous speeches by African-American women.

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The 'women can't be funny' myth, and the power of making people laugh

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affiliate links books we likeA male speechwriter I know believes he can't put jokes in speeches he's writing for women because "women can't be funny." In 2016. He should be ashamed of himself for believing and perpetuating this durable myth: As this "totally incomplete" Brief History of "Women Aren't Funny" notes, the concept goes back centuries, and stretches into the present day, not unlike slut-shaming and other methods of getting women to be silent.

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Famous Speech Friday: Sarah Weddington's Roe v. Wade arguments

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affiliate links books we like famous speeches "In Texas, the woman is the victim." I don''t know what you were or are doing at age 26, but your to-do list likely didn''t include arguing landmark cases before the Supreme Court of the United States. Yet it was at that age that attorney Sarah Weddington delivered the successful argument in Roe v. Wade, the case that legalized abortion in the United States.

2014 69

Another strong woman speaker movie coming: Viola Davis as Barbara Jordan

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famous speeches Barbara Jordan Viola Davis affiliate linksFollowing in the wake of The King's Speech and The Iron Lady comes word that public speaking--and a strong woman speaker--will be on the big screen again. Viola Davis, recent Oscar nominee for The Help , will be playing Congresswoman Barbara Jordan in a movie, based on the book Barbara Jordan: American Hero.

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The Eloquent Woman's weekly speaker toolkit

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affiliate links weekly speaker toolkit Fans of The Eloquent Woman on Facebook see links to good reads, resources and ideas from other sources there, in addition to posts from the blog. But you won''t miss a thing, since I''m summarizing that extra content and putting it here on the blog for all readers to see. Here''s what I shared in the week just past: Schooling you on Churchill: "We shall fight on the beaches" is Churchill''s most-quoted speech. But you''re probably doing it wrong.

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Famous Speech Friday: Yulia Tymoshenko's "Heroes will never die"

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affiliate links famous speeches guest posts (Editor''s note: From the day she appeared to give these dramatic remarks in February, I''ve wanted to include former Ukraine Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in our Famous Speech Friday series. Fortunately for me, another speaker coach beat me to the punch, and has graciously permitted me to reprint his post, and the remarks, here. John Shosky has worked in three presidential administrations.

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Seth Godin on what makes a good question from the audience

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books we like affiliate linksEver wonder why some people ask questions when you invite them from the group after your remarks are done, and others wait to gather around you at the end of your speech before posing their questions? Marketing and Internet thought leader Seth Godin shared an insight on those particular audience moments during a recent interview on On Being , a public radio program. Here's how his thoughts on questions emerged, from the interview transcript: Ms.

2013 68

Famous Speech Friday: Tech pioneer Grace Hopper explains nanoseconds

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famous speeches affiliate links "Sometimes there are people who appear to be all ''Navy'' but when you reach inside, you find a ''Pirate'' dying to be released. One such person was Grace Hopper ," wrote former Apple senior vice president Jay Elliott in his book The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation.

2013 76

Gloria Steinem's public-speaking "Road"

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affiliate links books we likeMy Life on the Road , Gloria Steinem's new bestselling book, is part memoir, part travelogue. She was an early role model for me as a writer and a feminist, so I'm delighting in this behind-the-scenes look at her life--not least because it's studded with gem after gem about public speaking, speechwriting, and speaking up for women.

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5 books of women's history through the eyes & voices of speakers

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books we like affiliate linksIt's Women's History Month, a great time for women speakers to draw inspiration from speakers of the past. Try these unusual books about women speakers, which offer you insights, examples, quote sources and more: Rising speakers: We Rise: Speeches by Inspirational Black Women is an audio CD or audiobook at a bargain price. Put this in your car or your iPod and hear the inspiration. If you like to practice by learning great speeches, here's your practice reel.

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Working metaphors throughout a message: @rosannecash & @ivanoransky

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analogy books we like affiliate links metaphor When I''m coaching speakers who want to use an analogy or a metaphor, most of the time, they spend a lot of time thinking about the metaphor--and then toss it away in a moment. It''s a one-liner, a clever riposte, a throwaway line, sometimes. I much prefer to find ways to work the metaphor or analogy all the way through a talk or presentation. Not to beat it to death in a heavy-handed way, mind you, but to get the full use of it.

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London notebook: Lessons from speakers and speechwriters at #ESN2013

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books we like affiliate links Graveline speaking engagements The view from lunch with a speaker When you say "yes" to an invitation to speak, you hope it embraces you in return, and that''s exactly what happened on my trip to London last week to give the closing keynote at the International Speechwriting Conference. As one whose biggest motivators are intellectual challenges and creativity, this conference was a perfect fit for me.

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