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SpeakersTrainingCamp® Coming to DC

I am very excited to announce that the SpeakersTrainingCamp® will be coming to Washington, DC on July 9-10 and September 24-25. People have been asking me for years to do more East Coast sessions. The workshops are hosted by The Protocol School of Washington. I have been training for the School for over 15 years, and they offer world-class training in protocol and etiquette. Everything they do is fabulous, including the location, the attention to detail, and even the snacks are the best! When you attend a workshop all day and work hard – those snacks really help to maintain …

How do you see your Audience? Guest blog: Javier Bernad

I am very excited to have a guest blog by SpeakersTrainingCamp® Instructor, Javier Bernad, from Madrid. He is a Law and Business Administration graduate, has 12 years of experience teaching public speaking, and is currently a University Professor at Universidad Europa de Madrid. You can contact him through his website: http://www.speakandspan.com/

Surely someone has suggested that you imagine your audience naked in your next presentation. Remember, the audience frightens you because, if you believe you did poorly, you will think they think you did horrendously, and that might destroy your self-esteem.
And of course, if you imagine them bare-skinned, you will be …

Elevator Boy and the Rainbow Ribbon

I stayed in a hotel for three nights over the weekend – I was competing in a dog agility competition. As I often do when I’m on the road, I try to guess what people do for a living, why they are staying in the hotel, and how they are connected to the people they are with. This turned out to be an extremely intense adventure.
Day 1: Riding down the elevator with my Sheltie and young Golden Retriever, I was trying my best to keep the white hair on the Sheltie and the muddy paws on the Retriever from annoying …

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