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with lessons for beginner, intermediate or expert speakers. 

Think of all the opportunities you have missed if you weren’t comfortable speaking at business meetings, Cub Scout meetings, even those school board and PTO meetings that always seemed to do what the “squeaky wheel” decided. 

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Written by SpeakEzee   
Sunday, 17 August 2008

A new school year has started already, and I have been busy over the summer learning how to do podcasts, video editing and many more exciting things that I do not have time to implement. If there is someone who would like to work with me on the project, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it and we can see if we work well together.

 I am finding that my area of expertise does not always include finishing things up...that is not necessarily that I don't complete what I have started, but rather that there are still more parts to the project and there is no reason to spend a great deal of time completing CONTENT until it is clear things will be needed. The basics of SpeakEzee have not changed, and all the lessons are here!

 If you hover on the LESSONS link, you will see articles and powerpoints that describe several activities...

  • the basic ABC's of Speaking...
  • SpeakEzee101 is both SLIDE SHOW and TEXT version...
  • a quick method of looking at the glass as half FULL on Affirmations...
  • a WEBCAM presentation describing the differences between LIVE and CAMERA work
  • Background information on me, and important information and motivation material
  • For TEACHERS and SUBSTITUTE teachers...the Survival Guide is a MUST.

The REFERENCE link has some of the best research material I have located...Check it out too!

 Be sure to check out all the information in the MYPLACE tab...there are practice assignments and evaluation ideas as well as a CUSTOMER SERVICE LESSON that will make you much more aware of when you are not getting treated properly by customer service representatives and we can help you GET WHAT YOU WANT!

If you wish to contact us, jus click on the CONTACT tab...and be sure to check out the FORUM!

You no longer have any excuses for avoiding public speaking or making your dreams realities! The process may take longer than you expect, but it will never happen unless you START!

 
Working Full Time
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Written by SpeakEzee   
Monday, 15 October 2007

Since the school year started, I have been working full time and LOVING IT!  However, that coupled with another packing and moving experience, and finding out I will be a grandmother, life has been busy, to say the least. Oh, did I mention taking two teaching license renewal courses?

 I am using the SpeakEzee methods in the music classes that I teach every day. This is how!

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 August 2008 )
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"Save Me" 3 Angelica Howland
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Written by SpeakEzee   
Saturday, 11 August 2007
This is the first of a series of questions SpeakEzee has asked Angelica Howland about her career and preparation for the stage and life in general! This is her response verbatim, however, I have formatted the reply to make it easier to read.
 SpeakEzee: When did you realize you loved being on stage, and what did it give you?
Angelica: I don't think that I love to be on stage -- honestly, I have horrible stage fright.  And while there is certainly a rush of adrenaline and a sense of 'Hey, wow, look at me go' that accompanies being on stage, I think that my true love lies in having always been intrigued by a good story and wanting to tell that story to the best of my abilities.   
 
I love the process of creating a story for the stage.   


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