“Fear of Speaking” – a Point of View?

Publishing? No, this video isn’t about publishing, it is all about Your “Point of View“,

Watch it to the very end – it’s magical…

Whether Point of View, Perspective, or Attitude, regardless of the term we use, we all have one that affects our perception of “What’s possible for me?” And so it is with our consideration of engaging in Public Speaking.

To paraphrase Shakespeare: to Speak or Not to Speak, that is the question, and it’s an important question to ask yourself…Why? well, the answer could be Life-Changing. Yet, once many of us decide that “it” isn’t for me, we rarely revisit that decision.mobius strip

How is it that as we grow and gain experience and perspective, we revert to the same decision we made long ago, for not learning Speaking skills:[Read More]

Show#27- Job Interview – Pt.2

It’s challenging to go out, meet new people, and hold yourself up to scrutiny, but that’s exactly what Job-hunting is about. You might as well make the most of it and Prepare for it. ~TjD

Job Interview Pt. 2 – All About You

The Job Interview: You’ve researched and produced the best, most up to date CV/Resume format…Great!

You’ve chosen the most appropriate position-matching-clothes to wear…Sharp!

You’ve wisely taken the advice of Show#26-Pt.1 and carefully researched the Company you’re interviewing with…Smart!

Now, in Job Interview Pt. 2, let’s talk about You! After all, the main character in this drama is: You! So Before…… [Read More]

Show#26- Job Interview – Pt.1

Interviewing for a new job can be challenging, stimulating, stressful, and successful…but it’s rarely enjoyable. ~TjD

Job Interview Pt.1 – Preparation

The Job Interview: Not the easiest task at any time under the best conditions. Searching for a Job in today’s economy, in almost any Country, is difficult & frustrating. In this video, the first in a series of 3-videos targeting the “job interview” let’s look at some of the pre-interview decisions…… [Read More]

Show#24- “umm & ahh in Speaking”

It’s the little things that make a difference~

The repetitive use of umm & ahh seems, for some Speakers, to be a chronic, impossible to overcome habit…  And it isn’t always due to stress or anxiety. Frequently it’s simply a speaking habit that the Speaker developed at some point in life and is unaware of it, or is simply comfortable with it. Actually, with awareness, Training & focused Practice, a Speaker can manage this habit or in many instances… [Read More]