- 2014 Archives
Think before you leap into a difficult conversation. With the holiday season approaching, we may have many festivities at the office or at home with family and friends. Sometimes these special events open the door for conflict and/or difficult conversations.
So, it helps to practice. Got it. But what’s most helpful? Talk it – out loud – let your tongue practice wrapping around the words and phrases. Walk it – get into it – let your body feel what it’s
“Winging it” can lead us to feel better than when we take the time to practice – and yet, we almost always do better when we practice. Why? When you wing it, you set the bar low. When you practice,
A microphone, colloquially mic or mike (/ˈmaɪk/), is an acoustic-to-electric transducer or sensor that converts sound in air into an electrical signal. Thanks, Wikipedia! Now, what do we really need to know? Let’s get down to the nitty gritty. My
Robin & The ARTiculate team invite you to send in your questions about communication, executive presence, presentation, mediation, facilitation, and/or ARTiculate! Send your text, audio or video question with the subject of #AskTheRev, or post it on one of our
It matters what you look like. To say that it doesn’t is simply a waste of breath in an argument. Maybe it shouldn’t – you could argue that – but it does. Day in and day out, we prove this.
I planted an Autumn Brush Maple, a few years ago, outside of my office window at home. I noticed this year, with all the spring rain and cooler temps in Denver, that it has really grown. The neighbor even noticed
Speaking should be easy. At least physically. Your voice is designed to flow without undo strain or stress. If it feels as if it’s hard to make your voice carry or it gets tight or caught in your throat, you
The world of compliments is multifaceted. There are at least two noticeable sides: giving or receiving. We may find it difficult to give compliments or we may have a difficult time receiving compliments. There is an art to doing either