Category: Public Speaking

accepting a job offer after a failed negotiation

How to Accept a Job Offer After Failed Negotiation?

So you just got a failed negotiation email from a company you really want to be a part of and have no idea what to do? Don’t worry! We are here to help you understand how you can accept a job offer after a failed negotiation. Salary negotiations are a part and parcel of any

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How Long Should You Hold Eye Contact in Conversation?

We have often been told to maintain eye contact in a conversation. But we are rarely told anything about how long should you hold eye contact in conversation. Eye contact or looking into people’s eyes while talking to them is a very effective way of understanding whether or not someone is really into the conversation.

10 Reasons Why You Get Nervous During Presentations

Why do I get so nervous during presentations? This question comes to the mind of every person who is about to deliver a speech or presentation. Anxiety frequently takes the form of a fear of public speaking. From mild trepidation to paralysing fear and terror, it can fluctuate in intensity. Many persons who have this

Can Presentations Be Too Short?

Have a gut feeling that your presentation is too short? Or is your presentation shorter than what was asked out of you? Short presentations aren’t such a bad thing. This article will help you understand the effectiveness of short presentations. Read along to find out how to deliver effective short presentations or make your short

5 Ways to Craft Powerful (& Short) Speech Opening Lines

For most people, writing and delivering speeches is a daunting task. Thus capturing theaudience’s attention by making a strong opening remark is key to a successful speech. There’s no denying the importance of your conduct during the speech, and the audience can drift off at any time, but how you start your speech will ultimately

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Is Talking With Your Hands Good or Bad?

When talking with someone or even with ourselves, often we unknowingly end up moving our hands in a way that will support the thoughts or ideas that we are trying to communicate. At times we may end up using it too much as well. The question that arises here is, Is talking with hands good

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