How to bore others

I don’t have so much experience in being an interesting speaker, but I am a black-belt in making...

Focusing on how to search for interesting videos

It is easy to get lost in the ocean of videos of public speaking presentations online. The search...

Practicing Backwards

They say there's no glory in practising but without practice, there is no glory. I'd like to...

Should you memorise your speech line-by-line?

This post is part of a series called "The Month of Free". Join the waiting list to get invites to free accounts on Get Sandwich. https://youtu.be/KBv99KK8THg The act of rehearsing is different to the act of thinking. Whether you think while speaking or while writing,...

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Everyday structures for your workday

This post is part of a series called "The Month of Free". Join the waiting list to get invites to free accounts on Get Sandwich.   https://youtu.be/7QS1LNzPKqg   Speaking on the spot is difficult. Some of the best speakers always have a structure in their head to get...

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How to read minds (your audience’s)

This post is part of a series called "The Month of Free". Join the waiting list to get invites to free accounts on Get Sandwich. https://youtu.be/xvI0EDAuWcw Whether you'd want to inform, persuade or entertain people, it's good to know what's in their minds. In the...

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Why learn how to speak well

This post is part of a series called "The Month of Free". Join the waiting list to get invites to free accounts on Get Sandwich. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_BIdQZDcC0&feature=youtu.be What skills have you collected so far? Creating reports, managing your own...

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How to Pick the Best Impromptu Topics

Running an impromptu or a table topic session doesn't have to be hard. If you pick good topics, people will most likely be willing to participate and learn a thing or two. If you don't, the impromptu session will turn into a wasted opportunity for everybody. When I...

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10 Emoji Combinations for Table Topic Impromptus

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...

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How to Cringe Less When Watching Yourself

Have you watched La La Land? I haven't, but I know Emma Stone is in it. (Image via Wikipedia) She's been in many good movies lately but what I didn't know was that she used to get panic attacks and suffered from debilitating shyness. At the age of seven, her parents...

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Our journey starts here

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...

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