Thanks, but No Thanks

March 6, 2023By Dale KleinCommunication Style, Communication Style|Leadership|Presentation Skills|Public Speaking, Credibilty, Gratitude, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking

[Image by Gerd Altmann of Pixabay] We’ve all heard it before and maybe even said it…“Thank you.”  While those two words have immense value in some situations, that’s not the case when it comes to a speaker ending a presentation by saying “Thank you.”  Some speakers even start a presentation by saying “Thank you.”   The … Read More

Public Speaking Requires Muscle Memory

January 30, 2023By Dale KleinBreathing, Breathing|Vocal Quality, Communication Style|Distractions|Interpersonal Communication|Job Success|Time, Credibilty, Listening, Non-Verbal Language|Professionalism, Preparation, Presentation Skills|Public Speaking

[Image by daniel 64 of Pixabay] How’s your muscle memory? Some people associate muscle memory with going to the gym, participating in a sport, playing an instrument, or conducting some form of physical exercise.  If that’s you, you may want to rethink your definition of this term because muscle memory clearly applies to public speaking. … Read More

Want to Guest Podcast?

November 7, 2022By Dale KleinCommunication Style|Interpersonal Communication|Job Success, Credibilty, Distractions, Energetic Communication, Equipment|Presentation Skills|Professionalism|Technology, Goal-Setting, Networking, Podcasting

[Image by Markus Winkler of Pixabay] The year was 2008 and I produced Podcast Particulars.  Now that it’s been 14 years, I have decided the time is right to blog about guest podcasting.  For those of you who haven’t yet created your own podcast, being a guest on another individual’s podcast is something to consider. … Read More