Speaking in 16:9

Speaking in 16:9

The good, and bad, news is that speaking on zoom and speaking in a room have lots in common. Your body language speaks louder than you do, whether face to face on in 16:9. How we hold ourselves, move  our hands, or smile, shouts at  our audiences. They may not know...
3 Ways to Speak Clearly Online

3 Ways to Speak Clearly Online

You don’t need me to tell you that speaking from home can feel very different to doing so from a stage or in the same room as an audience. There are some shared skills between the two formats, of course: diction still matters a lot, telling a story can still be the...
Love The Lens: Cracking The Camera

Love The Lens: Cracking The Camera

Even for speakers who are more than happy to stand in front of large audiences, the humble camera can pose a real challenge. Novice speakers aren’t alone in feeling nervous around a lens, – there’s something a bit unusual about it’s unblinking eye that can unnerve the...

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