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Martin Luther King Jr – Communication Power

It’s probably one of the most famous speeches in the world and this speech always moves me because of the passion Dr. King exhibits. It is without doubt one of the most famous speeches ever made throughout the history of mankind to date yet it was less than 11 minutes in length. If you break … Continued

How To Manage A Mistake When Presenting

Presenting, whether it is to a few colleagues or a huge audience, can be a daunting experience, and one seemingly full of pitfalls. A potential mistake and slips of the tongue could occur anywhere. Here Henry gives his advice on what to do if you make a mistake when giving a presentation: Experts make mistakes … Continued

Finding Your Inner Voice

I was coaching someone recently who described their first day at school when they were 12 years old. He said, he was a skinny kid with a terrible stammer and the teacher asked his name in front of the class; he couldn’t get it out of his mouth, in terror he ran out of the … Continued

The Art of Articulation

    Part of being a great communicator is “clarity”. Part of achieving clarity is articulation. Part of improving your articulation is practising your diction. We forget that the voice is a muscle. We call it an articulator. Just like any muscle, the more you work it, the stronger it will be. This clip shows … Continued