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How to Speak & Deliver in 2016

Speak and Deliver

Of course, we're in a New Year - which means lots of excitement and plans and goals - and bringing myself back to the keyboard for blogging is one of my big ones. I've been OUT there speaking and delivering - at conferences is New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas City.

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Interview – Cynthia Klein: Speaker, Educator, Author

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

She has also been credentialed in California and New Mexico where she taught elementary school. Since 1994, Cynthia Klein has been guiding parents to creating happy and healthy families. As a speaker to over three hundred groups, Cynthia has given parents the tools and confidence to improve their family dynamics. Her presentations are interactive, highly visual and easy for parents to apply to their own family situations. Parents leave encouraged [.]

Gun Violence - Yes, Media Can Prevent Positioning/Packaging Shooters as Anti-Heroes

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Now, those two hunches have been confirmed by research at Western New Mexico University by Jennifer Johnston, Ph.D. Intuitively, many of us suspected two things about gun violence. One hunch was that it was contagious. X finds out Y mowed down 10 in a bar.

Walter White Heads DEA - Trumpism Immune to Satire

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As so many "Breaking Bad" fans know, White had been the cook in the meth factory in New Mexico. The signature of the conservative Drudge Report had been unflattering photos of Hillary. Now, the progressive TV show SNL has made its signature brilliant satire of The Donald.

Interview: Jason Kersten, Author and Journalist

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

His first book, Journal of the Dead: A Story of Friendship and Murder in the New Mexico Desert, was selected as a New York Times Notable Book of 2003. He lives in New York City. The afternoon session of Saturday’s Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC) meeting featured a conversation between Craig Harrison and journalist and author Jason Kersten.

Interview: Jason Kersten, Author and Journalist

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

His first book, Journal of the Dead: A Story of Friendship and Murder in the New Mexico Desert, was selected as a New York Times Notable Book of 2003. He lives in New York City. The afternoon session of Saturday’s Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC) meeting featured a conversation between Craig Harrison and journalist and author Jason Kersten.

Interview: Jason Kersten, Author and Journalist

Ian Griffin - Professionally Speaking

His first book, Journal of the Dead: A Story of Friendship and Murder in the New Mexico Desert, was selected as a New York Times Notable Book of 2003. He lives in New York City. The afternoon session of Saturday’s Northern California Chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA/NC) meeting featured a conversation between Craig Harrison and journalist and author Jason Kersten.

Toby Bloomberg - Digital, with old-fashioned warmth embedded

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  There I was checking my Facebook page from the motel in Santa Rose, New Mexico.  I am 12 hours from my new home office in Tucson, Arizona. The Toby Bloomberg Brand is Digital First.

Today’s Slang: Words Without Definition?

DeFinis Communications

For instance, surfer-speak like, “stoked” or “gnarly,” can now be heard regularly in land locked areas like Kansas and New Mexico. . . In August, I wrote a blog about hippie-era slang that coincided with the 40 th anniversary of Woodstock. I explained how speech has always been a principle medium for cultures to define and differentiate themselves.

Telecommuters: In catbird seat

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

There is no metal detector to enter my home office in New Haven, Connecticut.    A former Emcore employee in New Mexico, reports PORTFOLIO, mowed down three.    Telecommuting might have become the safest way to earn a living.      Tonight there is yet another massacre in a traditional office setting. 

Great Public Speaking: Places

Great Public Speaking

Tuscaloosa, Alabama, wasn't far behind along with Kalamazoo, Michigan; Toledo, Ohio; Schenectady, New York; and one of my favorites, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Some places are simply funnier than others. Cleveland is funny. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is funny. I live just off Goodluck Road. That's funny. My computer consultant used to live on Easy Street in Temple Hills, Maryland. That's funny.

This Week in History: The states … united, connected, defended

Joan Detz Speaker Services

1664 The British flag was raised over the Dutch city of New Amsterdam (thereafter known as New York). 1850 Congress created the territories of New Mexico and Utah. 1904 Mounted police began service for the first time (in New York City). 1913 The Lincoln Highway became the first coast-to-coast paved road in the US … taking drivers from New York City to San Francisco. .

Creative Writing: Can it or should it be "taught"

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In the June 8, 2009 edition of THE NEW YORKER, Louis Menand poses yet again that age-old question: Can creative writing be taught and should it be taught?    Framed more pragmatically, is it worth the economic and time investment to earn an MFA, a journalism degree or to even pay handsomely to attend those writer workshops in the mountains of New Mexico [with Natalie Goldberg]. 

If you're a professional speaker, who is your customer?

Public Speaking Advice and Commentary

Dr. Lowell Catlett (futurist, economist at New Mexico State University; lowellcatlett.com)) ??Lt. I often blog that the way to a successful speech is via the audience -- in other words, start with understanding your audience, and make the speech about its issues.    Solve the audience's problems and they'll reward you with fierce loyalty.