April 13, 2020

Make Each Word Count

Three elderly gentlemen were sitting together on a train out of London. The first one said, “This is Wembley.” The second one said, “No, this […]
February 12, 2019

Unexpected Audience Involvement

              We all know the challenge of keeping an audience awake and alert as we speak. But what happens when the audience becomes involved when […]
June 23, 2014

Watch Your Language

Recently I read an article about the use of profanity in a presentation. Both sides of the issue were pursued and explained. In addition to […]
October 23, 2013

Be Careful How You Say It

“Worsh,” “git,” “pore,” “crick.” Are those familiar words? Some of the words may be familiar, but not the meanings I ascribed to them in my […]