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A grammarian script on redoing your lessons

Everyone had language lessons in school. But not every one of us either remembers them or simply ever got a good grip on them. Some of us simply chose to excel in other areas of life. Thankfully …

A GE script on small changes

It’s not possible to become the best version of ourselves overnight. But if we focus on small learnings every day, they would add up to make us eventually the best version …

A Table Topic session on tech & gadgets

I have a friend who is my go to person for all things tech. Every time I am out to buy a new gadget, he is the first person I call. It’s not that I am tech dumb but just that he is way more tech smarter than I am. And since tech investments are …

A Timer script with flattery

You may be watching a Steven Spielberg movie, but if it ran beyond a certain time, you would not only lose interest but only tune out. If it’s true for Steven Spielberg, it’s definitely true for you. Keeping track of your time as a speaker …

A Grammarian script on being flawless

Do you know that one person who speaks in language so flawless that finding an oasis in the desert would be easier than finding a grammatical error in their speech? Well you could be that person. All you have to do is stick with us …

A Timer’s script on building a reputation

When you do an activity repeatedly, you develop a reputation around it, sometimes positive sometimes negative. For example, as a public speaker, people may say “She is an amazing storyteller” or “His speeches are always humorous” or “He is always behind time.” Negative …

A TMOD script on the theme of Airports

Airports – that place where you are as terrified of flight cancellations as you are of Uber cancellations and one of them almost always cancels.  Airports are also the one place where you begin questioning a lot of things about yourselves – you see pretty airhostess and handsome pilots and question your looks, you see …

A Grammarian script on being quoted

As a public speaker, it’s a great achievement to find yourself being quoted on press or social media. But you can be quoted for the right reasons or for the wrong reasons as well. Finding …

A Timer script with a brilliant observation

Have you noticed that most public speakers tend to speak beyond their allotted time? The same speakers later casually apologize to the audience for doing so before initiating a hasty question answer session. It would be way more …

An ah counter script on being persuasive

It’s understandable to have filler words in your speech when speaking in your second or third language. But when you speak in your first language and yet have a lot of filler words, people can assume you are not confide…

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