- robin a miller
robin a miller
“That’s bad. That’s just bad.” I can still hear the director’s voice giving feedback on the scene we just rehearsed. And that’s the way it is for actors like me who have spent their entire careers perfecting a performance on
Traffic Lights. The strangest things remind me of communication patterns. How often have we approached a traffic light – we need to turn across traffic – and an oncoming vehicle is headed our way? We can tell that they are
Theatre has a supporting set: Presentations have supporting visuals. Have you ever asked, “What is the verisimilitude of my PowerPoint presentation?” Well, of course not! Verisimilitude is a huge word used most often in the theatrical and musical worlds.
Verbal communication can take the form of many shapes and sizes. Sometimes our communication shows up in the form of a square, sometimes a triangle, or even an octagon, etc. Regardless of the shape or size, a square peg will
I can’t count the number of times when I have noticed someone getting on the elevator and pushing the button to close the door just as I was approaching the door. I can tell you that I appreciate it when
We all have energy that is connected with our personalities and our physical movement. When people think about us – or describe us, they will often say things like, “She’s a down-to-earth person.” “He’s a thinker.” “There’s no tying them
By changing one word — we found our place and purpose at the intersection of art and science. We’ve changed our tagline to “Real Communication is an ART.” It was “Clear Communication is an ART.” The alliteration worked. It made sense –
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.