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How to make time for happiness

Many of us struggle to find the time to truly enjoy our lives. We feel that in order to be going anywhere in life we should bedoing something. What ever happened to enjoying life now? Don't we all deserve to be happy in the present? 

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Why You Procrastinate, the Hidden Reason for Self Sabotage

Last year I wrote an article titled: "10 Ways to Kick the Procrastination Habit!"
It got a very good response - so I'd obviously struck a chord. Read more...

Top 10 E's to Motivate and Influence an Audience

Speak with E's. Be a speaker of influence not control or guilt. With the privilege of the platform comes the awesome responsibility of motivating and influencing your audience to feel/think/act differently. Read more...

How to Handle Some Public Speaking Surprises That Can Happen

Need some tips on how to handle some curve balls you may get when you're presenting from someone who's been in the trenches? Read more...

Using Visual Aids To Enhance Public Speaking

Have you ever attended a lecture or discussion where the main speaker drones on and on and you wonder if he's ever going to quit?
And even if the material was interesting enough, it was too complicated to work out in your head? Read more...

Ron Sathoff's Speaker Tips: Use an 'Inverted Triangle' in Your Introduction

When I was teaching public speaking, one of the biggest complaints I heard from my students was, "I don't know how to start!" This is a problem that goes well beyond classroom speeches, however. Read more...

Ron Sathoff's Speaker Tips: The Power of Previewing

One of the major differences between giving a speech and writing a paper is the fact that your audience can't go back and re-read a section of a speech. Read more...

10 Ways to Kick the Procrastination Habit

I recently read about a survey (by the University of Chicago) which suggested that those who relish challenge are more likely to live up to 10 years longer than those who spend their lives inhibited by timidity. Read more...

35 Surefire Ways to Kill a Meeting

1. Play find the meetingĀ by changing the location and time of your meeting at the last minute. Read more...

Ron Sathoff's Speaker Tips: Should You Use Rhetorical Questions?

Rhetorical questions are probably as old as public speaking itself. Like anything else, this technique has its uses, but can be very tiresome if used overmuch or in the wrong circumstances. Read more...