Inspiring Commencement Speeches

Inspiring Commencement Speeches

Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address: Steve Jobs, was an American businessman and inventor who played a key role in the success of Apple computers and the development of revolutionary new technology such as the iPod, iPad, and MacBook. Drawing from some of...

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Speaking Accelerator Dates – 2019

Speaking Accelerator Dates – 2019

WELCOME TO SPEAKER EXPRESS AND YOUR JOURNEY TO GET ON MORE STAGES!We are looking forward to seeing you grow in speaking & business confidence and sharing the stage with you.You don’t have to attend all events to get amazing results but STAGE...

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Where are you Now? – Reshma Jobanputra

Where are you Now? – Reshma Jobanputra

 Why did you start speaker training?I was always sure that I wanted to do public speaking. But I realised that there is a difference between being an amateur and a professional. I joined Speaker Express to bridge that gap, learn more about the world of speaking and...

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In the Spotlight – Meet Patrick

In the Spotlight – Meet Patrick

Patrick co-founded a digital media agency and joined Speaker Express to work on his speaking impact. There might have been some nerves here and there too. Who is Patrick?As a child, my passion was breeding chickens; now I like to take daily cold showers and sit in...

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Historic Speakers in Time

Historic Speakers in Time

Would the oratory skills of Winston Churchill beat the eloquence of Oprah? Could Martin Luther King Junior out-wit Margaret Thatcher? Or would Amelia Earhart, John F. Kennedy or Barack Obama take the crown?



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How to Get Booked More by a Speaker Agent

How to Get Booked More by a Speaker Agent

In 2013, I met Graeme Codrington at the London Professional Speaking Association. He talked about driver less cars and other fascinating things. At the time, I was right at the beginning of my speaking career and over the years, Graeme continued to be a big inspiration in content creation and also how to build a speaking business.



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Dear Anxiety

Dear Anxiety

I wrote this poem late one night after taking part in a poetry slam – which is a bunch of poets performing competitively, getting scores for their poems from the audience. I experience anxiety, and although I love competing in slams, it sends my anxiety into overdrive. One night after taking part in a slam, I lay in bed, full of adrenaline, unable to get to sleep because my heart wouldn’t stop racing and my mind wouldn’t switch off, and that’s how this poem was born.



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