Impromptu Speaking: How to sound smart and confident

Have you ever wondered how to give strong, confident answers in interviews, classes and meetings? Speaking without preparation is called impromptu speaking. We do it in conversations, meetings and interviews. Sometimes it’s easy and relaxing but if you don’t know what to say, impromptu speaking can be scary, and an opportunity to truly embarrass...

4 Questions To Stop Asking

1. Are You Sure? This negates everything the speaker just said, which is rude and hurtful. You might ask this question because: You want to know if you can believe what the person just said, or if you can trust their source. A better response would be “How do you know this?” or “Please tell...

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