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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Tips for overcoming public-speaking anxiety


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February 23, 2015
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Tips for overcoming public-speaking anxiety
Calm your nerves before a speech by controlling your breathing, particularly your exhales, writes Anett Grant, the president of a speaking-coaching company for executives. Find a rhythm by using short sentences, and develop a mental map of your key points, she writes. Fast Company online (2/20)
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7 ways to impress from the start
Leaders get only one chance to make a good first impression on their employees, writes Naphtali Hoff. Smile, stand tall and treat everyone around you with warmth and genuine interest. "By working to kick things off positively, new leaders greatly increase their likelihood of gaining their colleagues' trust and support from the outset," Hoff writes. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership (2/20)
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Your Next Challenge
Why resumes get tossed
Resumes that don't meet the minimum experience or skill requirements, or that are full of grammatical errors, generally end up in the recycle bin, writes career coach Lisa Quast. "Before applying for any job, look at how much of a 'fit' you are by analyzing how you stack up against all the requirements," she writes. Forbes (2/23)
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Paul Schweitzer, a dapper septuagenarian New Yorker, is one of the last working typewriter repairmen. He services about 20 typewriters a week for aficionados such as Tom Hanks, as well as TV production companies that need working typewriters for period shows. "Years ago, if you looked at the yellow pages, there were six pages of typewriter companies in Manhattan. Now, there's us," Schweitzer says. Medium (2/20)
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