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Public Speaking 105: Anaphora

Charles Dickens used it skillfully. And so do politicians and freedom fighters. Strange bedfellows. But both know the power of this literary device. “It was …

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The Art of Thankfulness

The year was 1860. Lady Elgin, the steamship carrying 300 passengers and crew on a round-trip sightseeing tour from Milwaukee to Chicago collided with Augusta …

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Public Speaking 104: Double Focus

About seven minutes into the speech Manny was completely on his own. The incessant rambling continued while the audience was totally detached and doing their …

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Innovation: Disruptive or Disastrous?

What do you do when paying rent for your apartment becomes an issue? Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia did what most sensible thirty year olds …

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