Here are Best Ted Talks 2019. They are Secrets Worth Spreading.

With respect to whatever you do in life, we totally understand that you don`t have endless hours to lean over your macbook watching all those recently released Ted Talks, especially when (if talking...

How to Write a Killer Intro

The introduction is your chance to captivate the audience. Their attention and willingness to listen to you for the next 5, 15 or 30 minutes depend on the way you start the first 15 seconds. ...

How to pick a speech topic your audience will actually love

We’ve all been there. You have a speech booked at Toastmasters (or something similar) and you have no idea what to talk about. It’s understandable that the task can seem so daunting. Picking a topic...

What You Need to Know About Eye Contact

Remember a time when you wanted to communicate with a childhood friend secretly but without your teacher knowing? What did you do? Most probably, you looked at your friend straight in the eye, and...

3 Root Causes of Public Speaking Apprehension to Overcome

To improve your skills in speaking publicly, you need to put in the reps to talk in front of large crowds more often. It's easier said than done though. We human beings are wired to be fearful of...
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How to Pick Table Topic Questions That Will Best Entertain Your Audience

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...

New series of videos: TED Stalk!

Hello, Subs! We have a new series of videos called TED Stalk! In it, we will analyze TED and TEDx talks together and talk about the best tips to become a better public...

Practice does not Make Perfect

Practice makes perfect. You may think this is part and parcel of the wisdom of the crowd, and whoever saying it to you is trying to help you. Reminding you that hard work counts, and that perfection...

New meat on the market: help us to unite and conquer

This week we have 2 very important announcements for you. They relate both to our product and to our brand, so this means that it involves you - our beloved clients and enthusiasts. The first one is...

How to bore others

I don’t have so much experience in being an interesting speaker, but I am a black-belt in making people bored. In the same way that speaking well is a skill, making people bored is also a skill....

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 that stands out the most is for TED and TEDx talks and, even so, there is an endless supply...

Practicing Backwards

They say there's no glory in practising but without practice, there is no glory. I'd like to introduce you to a process that I've used frequently to practice my speech: Practising Backwards. It's a...
Do you think grammar is the problem?

Do you think grammar is the problem?

Last week I was talking to a friend about his presentations, and I asked him what's the next thing he'd like to work on to improve his talk. "I think it's my grammar. I need better grammar", he said. English is not his first language. "Better grammar to speak? But I...

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How to Know Your Audience [Video]

How to Know Your Audience [Video]

Sun Tzu says, "Know thine enemy". Here at Get Sandwich we say, "know thine audience", while you shouldn’t think of your audience as an enemy, when making a speech, still a good idea, to have a plan of attack. This video will help you determine what kind of audience...

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How to Speak Well? Go Through the RITE of Passage

Learning to speak well is difficult because it requires a lot of the right kind of practice. There is usually a lot of theory on how to speak well, like what to do to structure an informational talk or persuasive talk, but not enough examples to put them in context (like when you are selling, or you are teaching a group of teenagers), and certainly people don’t practice enough before they present.
When we ask people why they want to improve their speaking, the common answers are: “I want to be more confident”, or “I don’t want to miss out on an opportunity to present at work”. These “goals”, although good starting positions, should go several steps further to be useful.

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Get Sandwich Free Plan

Get Sandwich Free Plan

Things you can now do for free on Get Sandwich. 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/Q2Cf5CmyaPU We've reached the end of The Month of Free. We hope you've...

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How to appear more confident fast

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/nJR9aIyF29c   Confidence is essential, even though often you don't have much control of how you feel inside when you...

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The one tip to rule your Powerpoint

  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/TJN6LaY0rSY   Powerpoint is usually responsible for making a good speaking horribly. When you use Powerpoint...

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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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