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Confessions Tagged "public"

Public Speaking Nerves

Is A Public Speaking Course Worth It?

Could a Public Speaking Course Be A Worthwhile Investment for You?

At home, at work, at the shops, we all speak out loud on a daily basis. Whether we’re lecturing our children, chatting with friends, or engaged in small talk….

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Succession Planning

Why Succession Planning Matters [Infographic]

Importance of Succession Planning

As you may know, Disney is currently in a complex succession situation as future CEO, Tom Staggs, stepped down, a move that now has the multi-billion-dollar company scrambling to find an executive ready to lead when….

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Why I’ve Brought the Public Relations Industry Mobile

If there is something my fifteen years in public relations and nearly a decade in journalism taught me, it’s that every industry reaches a threshold of productivity before it’s time to embrace a new change. People are finding quicker methods….

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Fear of Public Speaking

Eight Tips To Become An Impressive Public Speaker

Eight Top Tips To Turn You Into An Impressive Public Speaker

It’s one of the most common human fears; it has been unanimously voted as one of the biggest fears of all time, up there with flying, but public speaking….

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Data Never Sleeps [Infographic]

Data is Everywhere

Public data or private data, data is everywhere. Data is constantly being generated every second of everyday. Data is a constant flow on the Internet happening 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a….

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Law School

The State of Law School [Infographic]

Entering Law School

The progression seems simple: excel at your undergraduate studies, apply to several prestigious law schools, earn good grades, and pass the bar. After that, you’ll be compensated with a high-paying (and debt-relieving) job at the law firm….

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Raise Min Wage

Basics of Minimum Wage [Infographic]

Minimum Wage Affects On Economy

As you may know, income inequality has become a critical problem that politicians have brought widely into public debate due to the the top 3% now possessing over half of all wealth. Cities have attempted….

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No Facebook

Avoid Facebook This Week [Challenge]

Challenge of the Week: Avoid Facebook

Facebook is one of the best social media tools around and is very popular amongst many people of all ages. It allows you to connect with your friends, keep in touch with your past,….

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Wrongfully Dismissed? When to Fight It and When to Move On

If you’ve recently been fired from a job, odds are your stress level has peaked and your emotions are a little raw. If you think you were let go for unfair reasons you may be considering a wrongful dismissal lawsuit…..

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Professionalism in the Workplace

Readiness Skills in the Workplace [Infographic]

It is often assumed that when you go to work, you know what you are doing. You are expected to have a specific skill set that renders you to be able to function in public, and more specifically, in a….

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