Have you ever wondered about the difference between mind and brain? Are they different or its one and the same thing? Yes, they are different. While brain has a physical appearance, our mind does not have. Our body works with brain as a hardware and mind as software just like a computer works with hardware… Continue reading The Power of Mind in Positive Thinking
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During the early stage of public speaking, people are mostly confused about how to use the stage effectively. Where to stand and how, whether to move or not, to sit or to stand: these are some of the queries a new speaker has. When you are on the stage and you see a podium is… Continue reading HOW TO USE THE STAGE EFFECTIVELY
Wikipedia defines table manners as “Table manners are the rules used while eating, which may also include the appropriate use of utensils.” Many people are not comfortable when dining just for the reason that they are not aware of the rules to be followed while dining. It is tricky to learn table manners at a glance, but… Continue reading Table Manners by Anurag Aggarwal
We may plan our speech well in advance, we may rehearse it to our best but still mistakes during the final presentation will always occur. Mistakes are a part of human life and thus also of public speaking. What matters is how we handle these unexpected and sudden happenings. This is what would make you an outstanding speaker. Let us see a few common speech “bloopers” and how you can handle them in a positive way.
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“To raise a toast” refers to the action of raising one’s glass high when wishing or congratulating or honouring someone. Toasts were predominately made to wish “good health” and later became hopes for “happiness” and “good fortune” also. It is always done with a drink that may be champagne (preferably) or a wine or beer or anything. The person who raises the toast holds his or her glass high and speaks a few words about the honouree (the person for whom the toast is for) and others listen attentively. It should be simple and interesting. After the person is done with his speaking part everyone take a sip from their glass to pay honour. Read more here.