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MillsWyck Communications
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Public speaking skills training and coaching.
Public speaking skills training and coaching.

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Sneak peek (two-minute video) at what a public speaking skills class is really like. Sign up for two days that will change your life! You can speak with Power, Confidence, and Ease!
Upcoming Workshop Dates: Aug 28-29, Oct 16-17, Dec 11-12
#Raleigh #speaker #workshop #speakingskills
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How should you respond when you make a mistake?
In this one-minute podcast episode, Alan talks about making mistakes -- how should you respond when you make a mistake while speaking?
#speaking #tips #podcast
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Community and Communication have a common root -- and a common goal. Read what it is at #Speakingtips #publicspeaking
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The worst compliment ever...you haven't changed a bit!
See what changes are happening in the new year at MillsWyck Communications with new tools to help you meet your communication and speaking goals.
#publicspeaking #communication #podcast
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In this KEY5 Podcast, Alan Hoffler is interviewed about some of the most common presentation “sins” he writes about in his book, Presentation Sin: The Practical Guide to Stop Offending (and Start Impressing) Your Audience. Interview starts at the 21:20 mark. #publicspeaking #Key5Podcast
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How can you become a Professional Speaker? Questions to consider. #speakers #speaking #professionalspeaker
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Communication Matters Newsletter November edition is out! #publicspeaking #speakingtips https://buff.ly/2JvPXzd
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We judge ourselves based on our intent; others judge us on our behavior. #SpeakingTips #StevenCovey
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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says the biggest skills gap in the US is not coding. What most employers want, Weiner says, are written communication, oral communication, team-building, and leadership skills.
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