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How to talk to each other when you don’t agree

Kate's Voice

It’s the story of an Egyptian band that plays a concert in a small Israeli village and what happens there. The other night, I was in New York City where we saw a new play on Broadway called The Band’s Visit. Without even a mention of politics, it shows us that being human can transcend […]. Storytelling conversations small talk storytelling

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How to talk to each other when you don’t agree

K8sVoice

It’s the story of an Egyptian band that plays a concert in a small Israeli village and what happens there. The other night, I was in New York City where we saw a new play on Broadway called The Band’s Visit.

The paradox of performance

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

Jan Dalley writes in the Weekend FT on the paradox that in an age of increasing digitization of our culture (via music downloads, YouTube video and more) people still seek out the unique personal experience of attending live performances: at literary festivals, rock concerts, and lectures.

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10 Ways to Love Your Voice!

Kate's Voice

There are concerts, voice clinics and festivals in various [.]. This Friday, April 16, is World Voice Day. World Voice Day is a day to celebrate your remarkable voice. It was started in 2002 by otolaryngologists and other voice professionals who wanted to focus awareness on the use, care, and problems associated with the human voice. singing Speaking vocal delivery vocal health vocal power World Voice Day

2010 184

Standing Ovations: How to Earn Them and Why Some Speakers Don’t Want Them!

Speaker Launcher

I went to his concert in my hometown last week, and it was apparent to everyone there that he deserved that title. Elton John is a music legend. Moreover, when he wrapped up, there was, of course, a 10-minute standing ovation. He likely could have stood on his head and spit nickels, and he would […]. The post Standing Ovations: How to Earn Them and Why Some Speakers Don’t Want Them! appeared first on Jane Atkinson.

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RBG 1, Conservatives 0

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

But the first official star-snap had been at a concert honoring her career in law at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in D.C. Performing in that concert was James' wife musician Patrice Michaels. She's out and about.    Ruth Bader Ginsburg's son James says that mom has been taking walks. RBG was confirmed to be sitting in the back of the auditorium. Here are more details from Daily Mail.

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The why of presentations–getting results

PowerPoint Tips

I remember watching a video of a presentation given to some reporters in the context of a concert that Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr gave in New York City a few years ago. It was a benefit concert to raise money to teach at-risk middle school children the Transcendental Meditation technique to reduce the stress they were experiencing. To get the best results from a presentation, you need to think about the “why.” ” Why are you doing the presentation?

2015 167

Make your audience feel like rock stars

Speak Schmeak

Have you ever gone to a concert or watched one on TV? Specifically a rock or other popular music concert? Have you noticed that, at many or most concerts (I don't have a scientific number, but let's just say many), the band holds the microphone out to the audience at some point for them to sing?

2011 144

French students are revolting

The Presenter's Blog

They rush off as excited as if heading for a rock concert. Sarkozy supporting students are on the street, leafleting anybody within 20 paces. Every fifteen minutes another bus load leap to the pavement, eager for instructions and a hand-full of leaflets. Such activism plays like a counter-cultural revolt when compared to the political apathy that cedes political influence to lobbyists, SuperPACs, and media moguls. Vibrant societies need public discourse, mobilised from the roots.

2012 117

The difference between a persuasive and an informative presentation

PowerPoint Tips

I remember listening to a recording of a presentation given by a research scientist at a press conference before a 2009 Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The concert was a benefit to raise funds to teach inner-city children this stress-reducing technique).

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Terrorism - How The 21st Century Began, Going On Since

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Parents can never be confident that their children going to school, to a concert, or a job will ever return home. The horror of the 20th century was war. The big kind. Then the 21st century began with terrorism - sophisticated, organized. And death was no longer "over there" in another country. It was right in the streets of Manhattan. Tonight it's in the streets of Paris. Who knows where it will happen tomorrow. And anyone who contends there is a solution is naïve.

2015 52

Global Terrorism - Brandname Facilities Targets

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That could be a concert hall or hotel. It was in the brandname Radisson Blu Hotel in Mali that the terrorism took place. Likely the terrorists' agenda includes discouraging human beings from being in a brandname edifice. It could also be an office building such as the iconic MetLife which is part of Grand Central Station in Manhattan. Or it could be Grand Central itself. So  So many human beings pass through that commuting hub daily.

Make your audience feel like rock stars

Speak Schmeak

Have you ever gone to a concert or watched one on TV? Specifically a rock or other popular music concert? Have you noticed that, at many or most concerts (I don't have a scientific number, but let's just say many), the band holds the microphone out to the audience at some point for them to sing?

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“You’ve got to get naked on stage”

Manner of Speaking

Here are some excerpts from the article: [T]he concerts that I have cherished the most are the ones that left me with very distinct memories. An entire evening’s experience recounted decades later, thanks to one action, one facial expression, or a moment of true, unconscious “aliveness” … When I play a concert, I want to create those memories for myself and for the audience. Dan Mangan is a Canadian indie folk-rock singer and songwriter.

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“You’ve Got to Get Naked on Stage”

Manner of Speaking

Here are some excerpts from the article: [T]he concerts that I have cherished the most are the ones that left me with very distinct memories. An entire evening’s experience recounted decades later, thanks to one action, one facial expression, or a moment of true, unconscious “aliveness” … When I play a concert, I want to create those memories for myself and for the audience. Dan Mangan is a Canadian indie folk-rock singer and songwriter.

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"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Brilliant Portrayal of Self-Hate

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

And his performance is brilliant at the Live Aid concert. Freddie Mercury, who became lead singer in British band Queen, was filled with self-hate. The meme of how not liking yourself is so destructive permeates the smash hit film "Bohemian Rhapsody." " Mercury grows up in England in an immigrant family from Pakistan. The father is rigid, especially in his religious beliefs and notion about how an ordinary life should be lived.

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Kennedy Brand Wobbles - Ed Markey's Busy-Bee Band of Twitters/DMers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Boston Magazine , Alyssa Vaughn reports that Playbill had announced a gala 30-minute pre-taped streamed concerts. The genius of young politico Barack Obama was to recognize the power of mobile technology. He got it: It could connect directly with voters - and raise money. For instance, his posse of mobilites used texting to alert individuals about rallies and fundraisers. Well, U.S. Senator Ed Markey has taken a page from that playbook.

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A Lesson from Lang Lang

Manner of Speaking

A couple of weeks ago, my daughter, Kristen and I had the good fortune to attend a concert by Lang Lang at Geneva’s Victoria Hall. His performance was terrific. From the light melodies of Bach, to Schubert’s sombre Piano Sonata No. 21, to the moving and energetic Etudes op. 25 by Chopin, he he ld the audience transfixed for two hours. T here was one moment in particular that caught my attention, and it occurred before Lang Lang had played a single note.

2012 198

In Honor of Presidents’ Day: Public Speaking Lessons from George Washington

DeFinis Communications

Presidents’ Day, also known as George Washington Day, was the first federal holiday to honor an American citizen and was initially celebrated on Washington’s actual birthday, February 22.

J'Ouvert Festival State of Mind - Of Course, I Didn't Go to Canfield Fair, Here in OH

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Sure, during my youth, I was a regular at the free outdoor concerts. Again, the annual J'ouvert Festival has been the setting for violence. As the New York Post reports, an hour after it kicked off, a man was shot in the back. In 2015, there were two fatalities.

2018 52

Lady Gaga: Back to performance weight

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  It's a nice Ourbodies/Ourselves meme but it aint going to sell tickets to concerts. From the time of the Roman gladiators, the performance business was a tough one.    Lady Gaga knows that.    So, we had a hunch that she wouldn't buy into the notion that extra weight on women is beautiful.  As this photo published by THE DAILY NEWS shows, Lady Gaga is back down to her performance weight. Branding careers Current Affairs Food and Drink Politic

10 Minutes of Poise, Power and Passion

DeFinis Communications

I am pleased to share this beautiful performance by concert pianist Freddy Kempf , who truly embodies the notion of poise, power and passion. One of my passions in life is helping my clients and those in my online community improve and strengthen their speaking and presentation skills so that their message will have a powerful impact on all those who hear it.

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“You’ve Got to Get Naked on Stage”

Manner of Speaking

Here are some excerpts from the article: [T]he concerts that I have cherished the most are the ones that left me with very distinct memories. An entire evening’s experience recounted decades later, thanks to one action, one facial expression, or a moment of true, unconscious “aliveness” … When I play a concert, I want to create those memories for myself and for the audience. Dan Mangan is a Canadian indie folk-rock singer and songwriter.

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Melinda Gates’ Presentation Skills Speak Volumes about Her Passion

DeFinis Communications

How does someone who is seemingly so private and averse to publicity come across effectively on a prominent television news program like 60 Minutes ?

2010 151

The Best “San Francisco” Speakers at SXSW

DeFinis Communications

Amidst the product launches, movie premiers, and concerts will be hundreds of experts featured on panels such as “Speaking to Geeks,” “The State of 3D in Cinema,” and “How to Save College Radio.”

Communication is Easy and Difficult: An Exercise

The Communication Blog

Tweeting about a favorite celebrity’s concert. I'm developing this exercise for possible use in the new edition of Human Communication and I thought it might be of interest more generally for just about any course in speech communication or interpersonal communication. The ten items I have below can be changed and probably should be changed to better reflect the specific students in the class.

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Why do we clap? A short history

Speaker Confessions

I know, first hand, that Bruce Springsteen fans yell “Bruuuuuce&# at his concerts, which to many people new to his concerts, sounds exactly like people booing. If aliens landed at a lecture they’d be very confused about what’s going on at the end. Why is it we strike our hands together violently to indicate we’re appreciative of what someone did? It’s an odd thing, an arbitrary cultural act that could have been just about anything.

Marco Rubio Is Repeating Himself… and So Should You (Public Speaking Tips)

Succeed Speaking

Think about it this way: If you’re an Eagles fan who loves “Hotel California” and their other hits, what songs do you want to hear them play when you go see them in concert? Embed from Getty Images. While most people are still talking about the Super Bowl this morning–it was awesome!!–I –I keep thinking about the Republican Presidential Debate. Yes, that probably says something about me.). Two things in particular struck me.

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Marco Rubio Is Repeating Himself… and So Should You (Public Speaking Tips)

Succeed Speaking

Think about it this way: If you’re an Eagles fan who loves “Hotel California” and their other hits, what songs do you want to hear them play when you go see them in concert? Embed from Getty Images. While most people are still talking about the Super Bowl this morning–it was awesome!!–I –I keep thinking about the Republican Presidential Debate. Yes, that probably says something about me.). Two things in particular struck me.

2016 100

The Short Story - B.J. Novak Electrifies The Genre

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

For example, celebrities who have passed over, like Frank Sinatra, perform in concert live, for free, and are available to meet backstage. "No One Goes to Heaven to See Dan Fogelberg" is one of the short stories in B.J. Novak's collection "One More Thing." " As the title indicates, the setting is heaven. That's depicted as the platform for infinite pleasure.

2015 47

Should prime ministers sing songs?

Max Atkinson

What Does It Mean to Resonate?

Duarte Blog

They might even quiver with enthusiasm and act in concert to create beautiful results. Language and power are inextricably linked. The spoken word pushes ideas out of someone’s head and into the open so humankind can contend with adopting or rejecting its validity.

2010 103

Beware of personalization

Speak Schmeak

Like when you go to a concert and the singer shouts, "Hello, Santa Barbara!" Driving down State St. last week, hubby and I spotted a sign in the window of a soon-to-open Pinkberry: "Pardon our dust as Santa Barbara awaits Pinkberry's flagship store."

2008 130

After London Bridge - Will Ordinary People Hunker Down at Home?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As those at the Manchester music concert, the folks on London Bridge were there to have fun. The Drudge Report used all its tabloid tactics to communicate how the alleged terrorist attack on London Bridge and other parts of the city unhinged the world. The news site posted a four-part headline, all in red. The sidebars on the left hand side were also in red. Here is one clip of the media coverage it links to.

2017 40

Headspace - Will This App Kill The Buddha?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

After all, we hung out at concerts most of our youth, extending adolescence to 30 years of age. Probably Baby Boomers like myself will still trudge to a Buddhist temple like Shambhala to meditate several times a week. That's what we have been doing for years and that's what we are bound to continue doing. But members of Generation Y an Z could opt for Headspace, killing The Buddha.

2015 50

Robert Fripp Blast From the Past

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

If you want to hear Robert Fripp's spoken word concerts   Notes from Robert Fripp at APA. If you are familiar with my blog or speaking you realize my brother Robert Fripp often is part of my speaking schools and keynote events.

What is Behavioral Economics: Your Quick Guide 

SlideModel

For example, you can’t do much about a non-refundable ticket to a concert. Every day we make a myriad of decisions – eat out or buy groceries, walk or hail a cab, go to the movies or stay in. Sometimes, we rationalize that cooking a home meal is a better idea since we already spent too much on dining this month. But then, we see some attractive promo at the deli and go on and change our mind in a beat.

Book Cover Is Done! High Stakes = Demanding Creative Process

Duarte Blog

It’s really tough to have a human form that looks activated and engaged without looking like they are a whacked out concert-goer. The first book cover design had near unanimous feedback that it looked too much like Seth Godin’s Tribes book: Argh.

2010 82

Freddy Mercury and the Art of Public Speaking

Green Room Speakers

Take a look at this 1985 video of Freddy Mercury singing Radio Ga-Ga at the Live- Aid concert. The key to a great presentation is making each person in the audience actually believe that you are talking directly to him or her.

Write for your audience—and a delicious recipe!

PowerPoint Tips

I made it for a benefit concert’s bake sale and people raved about it. I’ve written on this topic before (see the links below), but it’s important enough to cover again. This past weekend I went to a conference. I heard some great content, but a lot of it was either over my head or irrelevant to my needs. From what the audience said (a number were beginners), I think this was true for others.

How to be an inconsiderate speaker

Speak Schmeak

I'm a fast talker, and I've made a concerted effort over the years to slow down so my audiences don't have to struggle to follow what I'm saying. I recently heard a speaker who acknowledged up front that: 1. He had 90 minutes of material for a 30 minute presentation, and 2. He talks fast. His exact words were, "When people complain, I tell them 'listen faster.'"

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