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Opening your speech

The opening of your speech is your first impression on the audience.  As the saying goes, you don'''t get a second chance to make a first impression.  So take Darren LaCroix's advice and make it memorable. 

Don't open with "Good morning," and don't open with a joke!  He explains why:

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Posted: Securely Speaking Toastmasters, 15 Feb 14, 02:21 by Marc Miller    Comments: 0


Closing your speech (this is important!)

The only thing more important than how you open your speech (which is your first impression on the audience!) is how you close it.  Why?  It's the thing your audience is most going to remember.  It leaves the audience in a certain mood, and affects how the audience will remember you.

...but Darren LaCroix explains it better than I could:

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Posted: Securely Speaking Toastmasters, 15 Feb 14, 02:20 by Marc Miller    Comments: 0


Writing Emails That Lead To \"Yes!\"

This morning I received a Twitter notification about a great article entitled, "Writing Emails That Lead To 'Yes!'" sent to me by Marketing expert April Dunford.

In Toastmasters we speak about the importance of communicating clearly in becoming a thought leader, but it's usually in the context of public speaking.  Remember that the message communicated is the one that's interpreted, which may not match the message sent.  We're all too aware of how the...

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Posted: Securely Speaking Toastmasters, 15 Feb 14, 02:14 by Marc Miller    Comments: 0


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