Who wouldn’t want a free sandwich? I do, you do, everybody does.
We’ve worked hard to make Get Sandwich available for free. If you join our waiting list, we will send invites to be the first to login on the 27th of June. Tell your friends about this so that they will be able to benefit too.
Get Sandwich allows you to practice and rehearse your public speaking and get feedback easily. One of the best ways to improve your public speaking is to watch a recording of yourself and to get feedback on it, and Get Sandwich makes it easier than ever to do both.
To celebrate The Month of Free, we will publish two weeks worth of valuable guides on speaking as part of the countdown to the free sandwich. The topics will cover:
- How to know what your audience is thinking even before meeting them
- Speech creation process, should you write your script in full?
- The ultimate shortcut on appearing confident (what do you think it is? :D)
We hope this will be useful for your public speaking journey, let us know in the comments what other challenges do you face when practising your public speaking!
The world loves emojis, and we can’t seem to get enough of them. What started in Japan in the 1990s, got picked up by Apple and since then, Emojis went viral. New emojis get so much press, and emoji becomes the first universal language. You can speak emojis in Spanish, and it’s the same with speaking emojis in the Philippines, how useful! These little faces are so trendy that famous people race to have their faces immortalised as emojis.
So if you have an impromptu or table topic session coming up, ask the participants to tell a story about these emoji combinations below.
Tell a story about…
The list of emojis below has been handcrafted by yours truly. Every single line should conjure up some ideas!
Can you think a story for all ten of them? Have fun!
After a successful campaign to get people to join Get Sandwich for our alpha program, we are opening the platform for the first time on 15 Feb. The sandwich shop will be open for business and we are grateful we have 20 fantastic people who have supported us throughout and have made the platform possible. Thank you 😀
This launch represents a big milestone for Min’an and I. We’ve started working on the idea from August 2016, and after five months of hard work and about 35 customer interviews, this is what we have produced:
As to what we want Get Sandwich to stand for, we felt that it should help people find their voices, whether that be in face-to-face public speaking sessions or online videos. Everyone has a story to tell, and it’s important to have the skill to be able to tell it best, for each and everyone involved.
Our journey starts here and now.
PS. Get Sandwich registration is currently closed, but if you’d like to join us in the future, email me on martha at getsandwich.net or join our weekly newsletter to get future announcements.
(Image via Elizaveta Pronina ©2016)