Learning Body language from Vanessa van edwards – her newsletter i subscribe


I found Vanessa Van Edwards on Udemy when I was learning and beginning my Toastmasters Pathways journey. In one of the exercises we have there, we have to research a topic and speak. I found Apart from Content, it was Vocal variety, Gestures and Body Language, Personality which had important place in a Public Speaker's … Continue reading Learning Body language from Vanessa van edwards – her newsletter i subscribe

What I learned from President Obama | Jon Favreau (speechwriter) | UCD Literary & Historical Society – YouTube


US President Barack Obama's former chief speechwriter Jon Favreau was presented with the James Joyce Award from the UCD Literary & Historical Society, University College Dublin. Once described by US President Obama as his "mind reader", Jon Favreau's words are credited as having contributed to getting Barack Obama elected President. Favreau worked on both the … Continue reading What I learned from President Obama | Jon Favreau (speechwriter) | UCD Literary & Historical Society – YouTube

Toastmasters International -Famous Speechwriters


FOUR FAMOUS SPEECHWRITERS Toastmasters International has celebrated the art of public speaking since its inception, developing educational programs to grow transferable skills in communication and leadership. At Toastmasters clubs, members don’t just learn how to speak; they also learn how to write. And like any type of writing, speechwriting is a form of art. Today, … Continue reading Toastmasters International -Famous Speechwriters

Provoke like a mentor – Quotes collected via Goodreads.com


"Say 'provoking' again. Your mouth looks provocative when you do." — Becca Fitzpatrick (Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, #1)) "These are the few ways we can practice humility: To speak as little as possible of one's self. To mind one's own business. Not to want to manage other people's affairs. To avoid curiosity. To accept contradictions and correction … Continue reading Provoke like a mentor – Quotes collected via Goodreads.com

Examples of Rhetorical Devices


via Examples of Rhetorical Devices Examples of Rhetorical Devices A rhetorical device uses words in a certain way to convey meaning or to persuade. It can also be a technique used to evoke emotions within the reader or audience. Skilled writers use many different types of rhetorical devices in their work to achieve specific effects. Some types … Continue reading Examples of Rhetorical Devices

Random Phrases of the day


What Goes Up Must Come DownMeaning: Things that go up must eventually return to the earth due to gravity. Curiosity Killed The CatMeaning: Typically said to indicate that any further investigation into a situation may lead to harm. Every Cloud Has a Silver LiningMeaning: To be optimistic, even in difficullt times. Man of Few WordsMeaning: A person who does … Continue reading Random Phrases of the day