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Lisa B. Marshall
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Don't let your apologies be rebuffed!
Here's a true story of poor communication and how a better apology could have made things better. A lot better. First Event that Deserved an Apology On a recent trip I was booked by my client at a Hilton property hotel. Upon arrival, I was put into a room that was located in the corner
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The Public Speaker is now available on Google Play!  How cool is that? 
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Super cool!
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Are you about to walk into your performance review?  Think you're going to get negative feedback? 
I recently received an email from a reader who wrote to say that his colleagues are not responding to his emails and have declined meeting requests. When he brought the issue to his boss, she said, “Well, there’s been some feedback about your perf
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"I think" or "I feel"  - which one is MORE persuasive?  Think it doesn't matter?  It does! 
Let’s say you’re finishing an all-day job interview. Your host says, “The last meeting is with our director, Tom. This won’t take long; he’s the kind of guy that looks at bottom line results and makes decisions quickly." So, you confidently walk into this f
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Wow Lisa, that's a really interesting question and a very useful answer!
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When your kid ignores your request to clean his room, he might be preparing for success!
My eleven year-old twins are much more concerned about their grades and studying than either my husband or I ever were as children. In fact, for the past two years, one of the girls set a goal of maintaining a 100% average in every class. Last year, she was successful and, this year, she's essen
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If you are a parent to a stubborn kid you've got to read this!
My eleven year-old twins are much more concerned about their grades and studying than either my husband or I ever were as children. In fact, for the past two years, one of the girls set a goal of maintaining a 100% average in every class. Last year, she was successful and, this year, she's essen
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Thanks to Jeannette Williams for this great article and reminder! Are you responding to small bids?
Recently I read the book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, by Dr. John Gottman. I was so impressed by his work that I was moved to create a Haiku Deck slide presentation so others could benefit. Dr. Gottman has studied married couples for years, and can now predict with 91% accuracy w
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This is longer episode because in addition to the content it contains three very important announcements including information on a book giveaway. 
I previously shared this email from a listener: I listen to your podcast Quick and Dirty Tips for Public Speaker and I love it! I want to start a podcast on my own— to tell short stories from a discontinued story book in India. I just do not know where to start! Can you please give some tips
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If you hate your voice, read this. 
Here’s the email I recently received from reader, Siri: Hi Lisa,
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Do you ever say, "I'll let you go."  Here are better strategies!
I recently did articles on conversation starters and conversation continuers. Both were very popular. But what about conversation closers? How do you politely end a conversation? All good things must come to an end, and so must the wonderful conversation you’ve just had because you followed m
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Learn what you are doing wrong!  Ditch your pitch! 
In business we often hear about the need for an “elevator pitch” or "elevator speech." You are told: Imagine yourself in an elevator with someone and you only have that short ride to make an impression. The idea is to make a brief statement or speech to gain his or her interest
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I love this head to head battle with Verizon and T-Mobile because it helps everyone to understand the persuasive power (read ability to manipulate) of visuals and images.
Maybe you’ve seen the Verizon TV commercial, “A Better Network as Explained by Colorful Balls." In it, a gate opens and little balls of four different colors roll out along four separate tracks. A voiceover explains that each of the four tracks denotes a major cellular network (Veri
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Helping you lead, influence, and inspire through better communication. Your success is my business.
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Hello, I'm Lisa, Lisa B. Marshall.  Most people know me as the host and creator of the Public Speaker podcast, however, I am primarily a speaker and author helping organizations to stop wasting time and money due to poor communication. 

I offer workshops, keynotes, online course, books, and the podcast to help get my message out.  
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My clients include Roche, Genentech, The American Heart Association, Harvard, and Stanford just to name a few. My best selling book, Smart Talk, is a handy, comprehensive, communication skill-building guide -- a swiss army knife for business communication. I'm the creator and host of an award-winning podcast, The Public Speaker’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills. It has earned over nine million downloads since 2009. My audiobook, The Public Speaker’s Guide to Ace Your Interview has sold thousands of copies and my publication, Smart Talk, is available globally. My work has been featured in diverse media from CBS Money Watch, to Ragan.com, to Woman’s Day, to Cosmopolitan. I have a master’s degree in interpersonal and organizational communication.
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My girls (11 years old) went to a birthday party there. They said that although they enjoyed the bouncing "there were a lot of rules" which limited what they could do. I think whoever was on duty was being very strict because the only thing they were permitted to do was to jump and and down in their own square. The party also included rides on the mechanical bull which my girls really seemed to like. They got competitive with how long they were able to stay the ride. They also liked the climbing wall. The girls thought the food (pizza/cake) was horrible and that the place was dirty (in the area where the tables were). However, overall they enjoyed the party, but when we left they said they wouldn't want to have their birthday party there. I wasn't quite sure why since they seemed to like each of the pieces separately. Anyway, that's what they told me.
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We decided to visit Cunningham Piano purely for the tour and boy was it a good decision. It was everything we hoped for and more. Our tour guide, Rich, the co-owner, was friendly, knowledgable, and good with kids (our children are ten). His passion for pianos and restoring them to the highest quality was evident in everything we heard and saw. Rich answered all of our questions and also let us interact with the employees when he wasn't sure. He even introduced us to the delivery guys who happened to be loading a piano in front of the store. We saw several unique grand pianos and learned a lot about pianos and organs. Not part of the regular tour...but it was especially fun for my children to ride the piano elevator which is a large freight elevator from the 1940's. My girls also had fun playing many of the piano's and a pipe organ they had in the back. All-in-all it was worth the trip and a fun activity for our Spring break "staycation". I definitely would recommend Cunningham if you are in the market for a high-end piano or in need of antique piano restoration. There was no charge for the tour.
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