In this volatile political climate, many people hesitate to speak their minds for fear of offending someone, or being “unfriended”, “ghosted”, disinvited, canceled, or fired. Let’s consider if, when, and how you can speak up with confidence, even when you know your voice is not welcomed.
Have you ever struggled, when asked to speak, wondering, “What should I say?”
Have you ever thought about how much of a gamble that insurance is? Take health insurance for example: when you buy a health insurance policy, you are betting that you are going to get sick and need that insurance.
When the Speaker Mauls The Listener (Acts 20) Even for the great speaker, there are off days when things go south. Consider the dynamic voice of Apostle Paul, who starts churches, writes a big portion of the New Testament, and will even one day speak in...
Our Coach Nathan Oloumu has created his own Chosen to Speak Group in Kenya. Here is some photos from his amazing journey.
Consider how the Biblical story of Esther might improve your chances for success when you speak to authority.
Breathing is as important in public speaking as the actual words that you speak. I don’t mean the air you process through your lungs but the breath between words and the gap between sentences. Most importantly, breathing is important to distinguish between ideas.
-Check your pride at the door. Are you struggling to find your leadership voice? Longing to discover your rhythm? Are you hitting your stride or is your stride hitting you? For those struggling in confidence to speak, there is a host of reasons...
“It’s harder to change a speaking pattern than it is to quit smoking.” That must have been devastating news to Dave Arden, an admitted mutterer, stutterer and sputterer. Miraculously, Dave was able to change his speaking pattern and become an international speaker and...
One of the most important Bible verses on the subject of good communication has to be one that is found in the book of James: