#341: How to Speak English in Public With POWER and CONFIDENCE

We all want to be heard. You want to be able to talk to other people with confidence and, most of all, you want others to pay attention to what you’re saying. But how do you ensure that people pay attention and actually listen to you? As it turns out, there’s something you can do: Learning how to unlock the power of the most versatile instrument you have – your voice.

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Words You’ll Learn in the App

  • Capability
  • Attribute something to
  • Wealth of knowledge
  • Robust
  • Convince
  • Acquire
  • Squeaky
  • Unsophisticated
  • First things first
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve

And many more in the app.

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  • Full Digital Transcripts
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  • Vishnu says:

    Thanks Thiago and Casse for another great lesson, well to answer your question what I care most while doing public speaking is to be intresting while speaking, how to speak more in less words and still remain intresting is something I am striving to bring in my public communication and to achieve that I refer good books you suggest, read the article and other litrature peice that relates to my business and social surroundings where i spent most of my time.