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A Talkative Kid May Become A Well-Respected Orator

In history there has always been great orators.   The Greeks had Demosthenes who legend has it stuffed pebbles in his mouth to work on his oratory.   World War 2 England had Winston Churchill.   And also during WW2, the Germans had Hit...
by Catalpa Grove on Jan 23, 2016

Maini legate

Oratorii care vorbesc șezând, chiar dacă discursul lor are aceleași calități cu acela al oratorilor care vorbesc din picioare, prin aceea că sunt așezați își slăbesc și își micșorează discursul,...
by Litere Stacojii on Oct 24, 2014

Lil Wayne Will Begin His Early Birthday Celebrations At Lure Nightclub In L.A.

It will be Lil Wayne‘s 32nd birthday next Saturday and he will be starting to celebrate the occasion on Wednesday, September 24th by partying at Lure Nightclub in Los Angeles, California. Two nights before September 24th, Weezy F Baby has a con...
by Lil Wayne on Sep 21, 2014

A Charming Man

Thomas More was hard to dislike. “I am entirely devoted to this man,” wrote Italian scholar Niccolo Sagundino. “I often relax in his delightful company as one might lodge in some beautiful place. I never see him without his sending me away bett...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 26, 2013

Council of Ephesus

Orthodox Christianity teaches that Jesus Christ is one person, having both a human and a divine nature. Nestorius, powerful fifth-century preacher, disagreed. Two separate persons indwelled the incarnate Christ, he taught, one divine and the other hu...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 25, 2013

Staring in the Mirror

Staring in the Mirror When King Louis XIV waltzed into his ornate chapel to worship and be worshiped, he often heard Jacques Benigne Bossuet, one of the most eloquent French Catholics. Bossuet, born in Dijon on September 27, 1627, had discovered the...
by Laboring In The Lord on Sep 27, 2013

How One Sermon Killed Another

How One Sermon Killed Another At age 18, while studying in a city near his home, Aeneas Sylvius de’ Piccolomini heard a friar preaching. He was impressed and entered church life, but without giving up his vices. Aeneas worked his way up the religio...
by Laboring In The Lord on Sep 26, 2013

Golden Mouthed

Golden Mouthed For 15 centuries, this day in church history has belonged to John Chrysostom, who died on September 14, 407 at age 60. His powerful sermons gave him the reputation as the greatest orator in Christian history. Indeed, the name Chrysosto...
by Laboring In The Lord on Sep 14, 2013

Demosthenes and Public Speaking, Pt II

What lengths would you go to in order to become a master orator, or to take  your public speaking to the next level? Stand barefoot on blacktop while reciting your speech to test your patience and create proper cadence? Practice on a tightrope to ma...
by Communications 3.0 on Aug 18, 2013

12 Lessons from the Best Speech of 2013: Malala and Public Speaking

Malala Yousafzai addressed the United Nations and delivered what can only be described as the best speech of 2013, as well as the most powerful address of this decade (so far.) Malala Yousafzai is a great global communicator. She is sixteen years old...
by Communications 3.0 on Aug 17, 2013

ORATOR Signs With Pulverised Records

Pulverised Records announced the profane communion of ORATOR, the Death / Thrash act hailing from the cremation grounds of Bangladesh! Formed in 2008, ORATOR has so far released one 7" EP, a live... The Wisdom is found in the extremes..
by Heavy Metal on Apr 13, 2013

Politician to Preacher

Ambrose was born in Gaul, where his father was governor. His family shortly moved to Rome, where Ambrose was raised to be a skilled poet, orator, and lawyer.
by Laboring In The Lord on Apr 3, 2013

A Charming Man

Thomas More was hard to dislike. “I am entirely devoted to this man,” wrote Italian scholar Niccolo Sagundino. “I often relax in his delightful company as one might lodge in some beautiful place. I never see him without his sending me away bett...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 26, 2012

Council of Ephesus

Orthodox Christianity teaches that Jesus Christ is one person, having both a human and a divine nature. Nestorius, powerful fifth-century preacher, disagreed. Two separate persons indwelled the incarnate Christ, he taught, one divine and the other hu...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 25, 2012

Changing the World through Communication – Zimbabwe’s Nelson Chamisa

*The second in a series on global communication in the 21st Century. Every person reading this has had a high stakes presentation or communication opportunity. There are few people for whom the stakes are higher when speaking then Minister Nelson Cha...
by Communications 3.0 on Sep 2, 2012

Governor Chris Christie: 8 Communication Lessons

Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) was just named as the Keynote Speaker at the RNC Convention in a few weeks. One of the reasons for his selection was certainly his ability to utilize vivid language and an animated speaking style to move audiences. Abov...
by Communications 3.0 on Aug 15, 2012

Global Communication – Queen Rania and Public Speaking

Some examples of great orators and public speakers of the 20th Century: Sir Winston Churchill. President Kennedy. President Reagan. President Clinton. Dr. King. Mahatma Ghandi. Mother Teresa. All brilliant communicators, and all must be studied in pe...
by Communications 3.0 on Jul 10, 2012

Famous Orators – 5 Lessons from William Bourke Cockran

  Today is a special day in the world of public speaking and communication. Today is the 89th anniversary of the death of William Bourke Cockran, who in my estimation may be one of the greatest speakers of all time.  Who is William Bourke Cock...
by Communications 3.0 on Mar 1, 2012

Internet Marketing: Is It For You? by Bob Bly

When you hear about all the folks who are making thousands of dollars a week in passive income selling information products on the Internet…and “working” only a few hours a day… It’s very tempting to want to chuck what y...
by Internet Mastery Center Blog on Feb 26, 2012

With Neither Money Nor Arms

Jesus of Nazareth, without money and arms, conquered more millions than Alexander, Caesar, Mahomet, and Napoleon;...
by Laboring In The Lord on Feb 16, 2012


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