Fri.Oct 18, 2019

“Duck and Cover” won’t help

Manner of Speaking

In the years following World War 2, the threat of nuclear war hung over the world. As the United States and its allies faced the Soviet Union and its allies, a Third World War was a distinct possibility. Given the … Continue reading → The post “Duck and Cover” won’t help appeared first on Manner of Speaking. Motivation audience Bert the Turtle duck and cover lectern Nerves PowerPoint public speaking speak with conviction

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The Communication Blog - Untitled Article

The Communication Blog

Here's an interesting article on an important but rarely discussed (at least in our interpersonal texts) issue/problem: [link] WELL-BEING // October 17, 2019 How to Decline an Invitation Without Hurting Your Relationship Expert-backed strategies to RSVP “no” to anything and protect your well-being. By Alexandra Hayes , Multimedia Reporter [link]. declining an invitation Interpersonal Communication responding to an invitation saying No

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Graydon Carter's Airmail - Yet One More Rehash of You Know Who

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

With his usual urbane rhetoric Graydon Carter publishes in his Saturday 6 A.M. newsletter Airmail an essay about you-know-who. Given that Carter is a liberal, of course, it's about Donald Trump. As if we need or even want another piece about the embattled president.

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7 Public Speaking Secrets You Wished You Knew Earlier

Presentation Guru

How do you feel when your college or university professor asks you to come on stage and deliver a presentation? Does stage fright get the better of you? Does fear of public speaking prevent your words from coming out naturally? If yes, then you are not alone.…

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Verizon Reported to Be Selling HuffPost

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

HuffPost was positioned and packaged as the liberals' version of the conservative Drudge Report. Well, the latter continues to scale. And its founder Matt Drudge, a smart businessperson, had moderated the conservatism.

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You think it’s rate? Actually it may be YOU!

SpeakerSue Says...

“I hope you are doing well! I wanted to touch base with on the Pups Room block for this month and next. We would love to host this and can offer a rate of $XXX for the group. This includes a full breakfast every day as well. Please let me know if you have any questions. Hope you have a great day!”. But your competition across the street offers $108. And the competitor down the road offers Happy Hour, hot breakfast and $103. Why should they select you?

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BigBusiness - With Jurors, It's Back to the '60 Counterculture Mindset

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In "Hulk Hogan v. Gawker" the jury came back with a $141 million dollar verdict against the digital news tabloid. 

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The Evening Soap - "A Million Little Things"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

People can and do change. But, on "A Million Little Things" lawyer Katherine's 180 doesn't align with reality. And that gets to the core problem of this series about Millennial friends in Boston.

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No Nuance - "Law & Order SVU," Wednesday Chicago Shows

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"Law & Order SVU" is Dick Wolf's longest running series. But, that might not be for long. The new season started out, according to TVSeriesFinale , down 24.61% from the previous season. And it's been on a downward trajectory since. For the 10/10/19 episode viewership was at 3.41

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