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Six Ways Extroverts (and Anyone) Speak with Influence

Last time we reviewed how introverts could become more effective in times of stress. For an introvert, stressful communication can happen anytime - whether in a social setting or workplace interaction. Verbalizing can trigger a fear of judgement because their brain takes more steps to process incoming information. For an extrovert stimulation is processed straight-forward and can be immediately received. This means any formal or social interaction can be rewarding and fun. In communication extroverted speakers often employ the following habits that make them engaging and influential. Whether you are a natural introvert, extrovert or something in-between, practicing these 6 steps will help anyone become an influential communicator.
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Six Ways Introverts (and Anyone) Can Talk Through Stress

Sometimes it can be a challenge to speak up directly and clearly, making it feel like communication is a chance to expose yourself to judgment. Don't let fears dictate your day! There are ways you can prepare yourself for any audience and every communication setting by taking charge and preparing.  

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Guest Interview: 7 Gestures for Better Speaking

PowerSpeaking, Inc. coach, author, and presenter Rachel Rodriguez returns to share her insights after many years of experience. Effective speakers convey a genuine presence and use gestures to support their message. Read on for insider information on how to speak with compelling gestures to any audience. 

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Inside Advice From a Professional Speaking Coach

With the call for speakers now open for the 2017 PowerSpeaking Leadership Summit this October 16 - 26, it’s useful to review what it takes to become a great presenter. Rachel Rodríguez is a personal coach and trainer who has extensive experience with all types of presentations. We reached out to Rachel, PowerSpeaking, Inc. coach, professional speaker, and author for a short conversation about the fundamental truths of being an effective communicator.

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Imposter Syndrome in Communication: Six Practical Actions to Take Now

Have you ever felt like a fraud at work? You’re not alone. While many high-achieving women and entrepreneurs share this feeling, it is common for everyone. Over an estimated 70% of people have experienced this and similar feelings at one time or another. In corporate America it’s easy to feel like you’re not competent enough. Over time, this chronic selfdoubt or Imposter Syndrome can impact your productivity and prospects. Imposter Syndrome is a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist even with opposite information. It's experienced internally, and can be hard to identify from an outside perspective.

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Be Heard at Work: Eight Reasons to Speak Assertively

Learning to communicate effectively is a skill for anyone looking for success in the workplace. Being an assertive speaker is a core component of being an effective communicator with authentic presence - but it’s not always easy to do. Read on and learn eight reasons why assertive communication will help you be heard, be more productive, and be happier at work.

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Guest Interview: Authenticity in Communication as a PowerSpeaking Trainer

Genuine self-expression is important for anyone looking to communicate effectively.  Who better to demonstrate this power of authenticity than one of our own personal coaches and PowerSpeaking Trainers, Mitesh Kapadia? We sat down with Mitesh and asked a few questions about authenticity, and why it matters for him.

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