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On soup, social funding and speaking up…

Just before Christmas I saw an article (you can read it here) that piqued my interest and got me thinking. It was about a way of bringing together different parts of the community using the lure of a bowl of soup, and raising micro funding for projects, activities and social enterprises. Always a lover of […]

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Speaking Lessons from Photography..

Just recently I have taken part in a photography challenge Let’s get a few things out in the open first: I am no photographer! I like snapping away on the iPhone (like many of you I suspect) but until recently I was a point and snap type of gal. My camera (Nikon 1) did all […]

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Practice makes perfect – or does it? Alternative view for preparing for presentations.

Practice makes perfect. It makes sense then, to be careful what you practice. This phrase made me stop and think when I read it in ‘Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff ‘ by  Richard Carlson recently. Because for many years when people have said that to get better at presenting you need to practice,(after all practice […]

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Are you Video ready – things you must do BEFORE pressing record?

We all know that having a short video on your website or to use in social media is a great way of marketing your business and reaching out to our clients and potential customers. But often what stops us from doing this is the thought that creating and producing a video is difficult, expensive and […]

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Were you born to present…or have you honed your craft?

  Were you born to present…or have you honed your craft? Ever been so sure of something only to have started to tell someone else and find yourself speaking gobbledegook? Ever thought you knew something back to front and sideways only to find you can’t make someone else understand? Ever struggled to put across something […]

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Do your audiences pay attention?

I was lucky enough to be whisked away to Florence for a surprise 25th Wedding Anniversary holiday. A whole week away from the kids, indulging in delicious food, good wines, stunning architecture and of course Art. Quick disclaimer here. I am not a great appreciator of Art but very happy to expose myself to different […]

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