Make your messages memorable by SCREAM’ing

One of our goals with a speech is to make the key messages memorable. Our ability to make the audience remember and recall our key thoughts and ideas long after we have finished speaking determines our success as a speaker. Whether you want to inspire or persuade an audience to adopt your ideas the better…

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Are you being understood?

I recently read an article on the BBC website describing some of the greatest mistranslations. There are some hilarious examples of phrases uttered in one language becoming mangled with a completely different meaning after an interpreter has translated them. One phrase has President Jimmy Carter saying “I left the United States this morning” being translated…

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