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How Umming and Erring in a speech can improve your believability.

I came across an interesting paper, while researching an upcoming presentation, called “Exploring Filler Words and Their Impact” by Emily Duvall, Aimee Robbins, Thomas Graham and Scott Divett. It’s a report looking at filler words, their impact on credibility of the speaker and comprehension of the listener. It’s a subject I have always found interesting. […]

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How to be confident at any time

According to the Cambridge English Dictionary: Confidence is “the quality of being certain of your abilities” and “having trust in people.” The only time anyone approaches me about being more confident is when they start to lose the certainty in themselves that they have their abilities and then others start to lose trust in them. […]

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