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“The two most common problems with wedding speeches are 1. you can’t hear them, or 2. you can.” Disputably one of the most famous in the English language, Sherlock Holmes’ Best Man speech at Dr Watson’s wedding epitomises all that is good, bad and ugly in an occasional speech. Here’s an ideal showcase to demonstrate how I

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Introduction and Top Interview Tips video launched today!

Perhaps you’re thinking about getting some help with your confidence in speaking out, but you’re not sure about what to do. How do you go and see someone for help if you get anxious around new people? Although I provide a no-commitment-required preliminary meeting for clients/students to ascertain if this is for them, here’s an additional means to decide

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Speaking without notes?

As a coach, I believe that every presentation problem can be overcome through listening, reflection, reworking and rehearsing. That is to say, I listen and share some ideas, the learner reflects and reworks their delivery and through rehearsal they can usual remove the obstacle to good speaking or improve their presentation. I recently had the privilege of

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Newbury Weekly Recognises First Speakers’ Club in West Berkshire

John McGhee presented the National Award to The Downs School Speaker’s Club Founder on behalf of Head Teacher Chris Prosser and the Youth Speaks entrants, Eirlys, Freya and Alannah. This month, The Downs School achieved its first in the United Kingdom in recognition of its dedication to the development of young people. John McGhee, Education Officer of

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