These articles cover various aspects of impromptu speaking, communication, and structuring a talk. They offer practical tips, techniques, and examples to help improve your impromptu speaking abilities, boost your confidence, and structure your talks in a more effective manner:
“We can train ourselves to think and speak on our feet, reacting in ways that come across as coherent, compelling, and unmistakably genuine.” - Matt Abrahams
In the following summary, you’ll learn how to calm your nerves and stop using filler words (um and ah) when put on the spot. You’ll also learn a three-part structure to sound smart in any meeting.
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