Speak for Yourself

Claire Duffy's blog about public speaking and communication (in real life). Speak well, do well!

Aristotle’s Rhetorical Situation

Before you let the title of this post put you off, let me explain what it’s doing  here. Lately I have been part of a  discussion about whether we should … Continue reading

02/09/2013 · Leave a comment

The rhetorical triangle updated

About 2300 years ago, Aristotle wrote down the secrets to being a powerful speaker. Aristotle said the  three keys are ethos, pathos, and logos. We know these now as ‘the rhetorical … Continue reading

06/05/2013 · Leave a comment

“Liar Liar… ” Ten ways to spot one

Hello everyone, time for more Tall Tales by Big Names. Lying in public, misuse of power, cheating and wrongdoing are headlines once again. Catch up  here  on  Lance Armstrong, whose … Continue reading

02/02/2013 · Leave a comment

Three secrets of speaking success

The fundamentals. About 2300 years ago, Aristotle wrote down the secrets to being a powerful speaker. These same secrets have formed the basis for nearly every public speaking book or … Continue reading

08/12/2011 · Leave a comment

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