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Wise Words Audio Newsletter 2

Wise Words Audio Newsletter 2

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In this episode of the Wise Words Audio Newsletter:

In this edition of the audio newsletter:

  • Learn to speak naturally and outshine your scripted competitors
  • Practice is good but it’s  no substitute for stage time
  • The facts about fear of public speaking from an old master
  • What does ‘professional’ really mean?

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Wise Words Audio Newsletter 1

Wise Words Audio Newsletter 1

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In this episode of the Wise Words Audio Newsletter:

Have you ever jumped to a conclusion based on one side of the story? I’d be pretty surprised if there’s anyone out there who can say NO to that. I’ve got a quick story about one of my kids where I very nearly jumped to the wrong conclusion

Have you ever been labelled as good at something and found yourself stuck with that label even though you actually didn’t enjoy doing that particular thing? I’m going to talk about how to make sure we aren’t guilty of doing that to others as well as stopping ourselves from getting caught in that cycle.

I’m going to give a quick plug for my new Crucial Speaking Skills course which is designed to help you get better results whether you are looking to advance your career, build your business, or simply improve your profile in your community.

Finally, I want to talk about the subject of people who think that because they are ‘THE CUSTOMER’ it gives them the right to abuse workers. It’s a big problem and it’s getting worse, especially for workers in retail and hospitality. It’s time to stop looking the other way when we see it. I’ve got a story about something that happened recently and a few tips on what to do as a witness to this sort of behaviour.

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Wise Words Podcast Episode 5

Wise Words Podcast Episode 5

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In this episode of the Wise Words Podcast:

As a solo business person in the coaching, training and consulting space my fear of what would happen if I said no to anything led me down a path where I was making my business up as I went. Because I had no clear strategy, I was busy doing a lot of things that weren’t much fun for me and I resented not being able to do more of the things I did enjoy. The process of turning that around is still ongoing but at least can see I’m headed in the right direction. In order to get to this point, I’ve had to get very clear on what I want people to associate with me, start saying no to things that muddied my brand and yes to the things that strengthened it.

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Wise Words Podcast Episode4

Wise Words Podcast Episode4

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In this episode of the Wise Words Podcast:

For this episode I wanted to share a few stories with some lessons I’ve learned about public speaking and my ongoing battle with nerves. I thought it would be better done as a conversation so for this episode I am being interviewed by guest interviewer, Craig Walsh.

Some of the things we cover include:

– managing a pre-speaking attack of nerves

– the question of content vs skill & technique

– how improving speaking skills can really change lives

There’s also a few other tips and some good banter around the challenges of hosting an event.

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Wise Words Podcast Episode 3

Wise Words Podcast Episode 3

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In this episode of the Wise Words Podcast:

In this episode I am clearing up three misconceptions that I encounter regularly. 

The misconceptions are:

1. 93% of communication is non-verbal 
2. Speaking and acting are the same skill set
3. Listening is the most important communication skill

Nerdy Bits

Find out more about Dr Albert Mehrabian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Mehrabian 

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