The greatest mistake people make with communication is to assume that it has happened. I have been a communicator for over 30yrs but still feel there’s so much to learn.
Quality communication requires constant work and adjustment; it doesn’t improve by itself.
Good communication is essential at all levels, whether it relates to marketing, organizational branding, public speaking, the written word, or simply our personal appearance.
It all has a voice. Public speaking has been my main expression of communication and, though some feel that in this digital age of short attention spans it is a dying art, I would disagree.
Public speaking done well, can be as breathtaking as any work of art hung on a wall or sculpture on a pedestal. I am committed to helping people improve their communication skills and especially those who feel called or vocationally inclined towards some form of public speaking.