Ten tips to find new sources of inspiration

Companies that know how to reinvent themselves know their customers, their competitors and their industry. Ten expert tips for your SME to continue to stand out. 1-Listen to your entourage , including your staff, recommends Jean-Daniel Brisson, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Senior Executive Director, Strategy and Performance. “Forget the formula of suggestion boxes. Ask your employees directly for their opinions, suggestions. Especially if your staff includes several Generation X, Y and Z members. These young people, who like projects, often have good ideas for reinventing the company. And what’s more, it mobilizes them. ” 2-Be Continue Reading →

The Power Of The Habit: A Loop to Succeed

Have you ever stopped to think about what you could do differently, from now on, to achieve success? Simple changes in behavior can make all the difference, especially when it becomes a habit. You know what all successful people (really, I’m talking about all of them) have in common? Well, it’s something that dominates us all the time, but is also the key to achieving success. Here are the questions you should ask yourself: Why do you do what you are doing today? Why do some people and companies have Continue Reading →

Overcome the Fear of Speaking in Public – 5 Reasons

Here at Better Speaking Skills, we are looking for actionable tips on improving our speaking skills. However, we don’t pay much attention to overcoming the fear of speaking in public even though it might be twice efficient. In fact, 74% of people suffer from glossophobia, aka a fear of speaking in public. Believe it or not, having this fear negatively affects your well-being, and you lose a big variety of opportunities around you. If you think that it’s hard to overcome the fear of speaking in public, you’re right. On Continue Reading →

Communicate Like a Pro with the Help of these 7 Tips!

We all want to be confident. Confidence is usually associated with competence and with competence comes more opportunities. Unfortunately, not everyone has the qualms to stand in front of a crowd or even in front of a few to speak out. For aspiring public speakers, confidence is a vital thing. And if you’re looking for some ways on how to improve your skills in this area, the following tips could be of great help. First things first – LISTEN All excellent communicators weren’t recognized as such without being a good Continue Reading →

Cutting to the Chase in Public Speaking

Cut to the chase basically means to get to the point excluding needless prelude. This phrase is thought to have originated from silent movies of the yesteryear. Silent movies, as the name implies, did not have any sound or verbal conversation. The acting was made with facial expressions and gestures. Frequently, these movies told of romantic stories that would ultimately culminate into a chasing scene. Therefore, movie makers sometimes had to cut the film short and quickly get to the “chase” in order not to lose the viewers’ interest. Let’s Continue Reading →