The author says that sometimes the best course of action in communicating is to say nothing.
People use the term “literally” a lot. Do you? Are you misusing it?
You can’t avoid speaking or writing unpleasant truths by using the passive voice. Here’s why.
Simply walking around a bit during your speech or presentation can make you far more engaging and watchable. Here’s why.
It probably sounds counterintuitive, but here’s why you should avoid opening your talk or a meeting that you’re running by thanking people — even your attendees.
You can save yourself a lot of anxiety about your upcoming presentation — if you follow this simple bit of advice.
This awkward moment illustrates reason number five gazillion to watch your clichés and corporate-speak.
Do you know how often in conversation you use “uhs” and “ums?” Here are a couple of simple strategies for finding out.
Charisma is a skill worth developing whenever possible.
If your PowerPoint slides look like this, you should probably be using a different software tool to share your ideas.