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Breathe in- Breathe out Rather I should be saying stomach in- stomach out. That’s how we were designed to breathe by default. The rhythm of

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If you’re like most people who lack confidence to communicate, or the ones who don’t find suitable words to express themselves, then you’re always looking for

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 How to explain facts without Data Dumping You have spent sleepless nights and prepared your speech and presentation, next day very excitedly you deliver it,

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Positive feedback is more comfortable to convey, but it is unnerving to give a negative review without sounding rude.

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 Making an impact through your written communication can be a difficult task for non-native speakers; here I am sharing sample closing lines for your formal

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Mastering grammar—irrespective of the language—is not in any way an easy task. It is a process worth investing your valuable time and consistent efforts, no,

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Body language is very important when delivering a speech. Have you ever seen our great leaders fidget or make unnecessary movements while addressing the nation?

Archana Parmar Leadership Communication

In a survey done by Dr. Laurie Rozakis, author of Idiots Guide to Public Speaking, it was found that many people are scared to speak

Archana Parmar Leadership Communication

An effective public speaker should be able to utilize devices that will be able to capture the attention of the audience. One effective means for