The Complete Punctuation Course English Writing Grammar

English Punctuation and Grammar, English Writing and Business Writing Mastery
The Complete Punctuation Course English Writing Grammar
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30h 59m


TJ Walker


Last update

Last updated 11/2022



The Complete Punctuation Course English Writing Grammar

What you’ll learn

A detailed a thorough knowledge of English punctuation.
To write (and speak) English with more confidence.
English skills/best practices/tips for non-native English speakers
Write Professional Emails in English
Get answers from someone who ACTUALLY teaches the language.

The Complete Punctuation Course English Writing Grammar


A desire to learn and master English punctuation.
Basic listening and reading ability.
A desire to write professional emails in English


This Udemy course gives you, the English language learner, a complete overview of English punctuation.This course will give you the ability to understand English better and the confidence to write (and speak) English more fluently.A command of punctuation will help you in all aspects of the English language, especially at work. Your emails should be professional and punctuation is a huge part of that. Whether writing letters or emails to customers, partners, management or creating written material for marketing and sales, preparing finance reports or even making the agenda for meetings, you will need proper punctuation. This course will help you here.This English punctuation and writing course is taught by two world-renowned communications trainers, TJ Walker and Derek SmithMessage from Derek Smith:My name is Derek, I’m a native Brit and qualified and experienced TEFL/TESOL trainer.I have been teaching English to adults for over 10 years and look forward to using technology to reach a wider audience.I have a neutral accent which is clear and easy to understand.Downloadable PDFs for each lesson will form a valuable resource collection for you.Where there are differences between UK and US punctuation usage, these are explained in the lesson.We also have a free Facebook group that you are welcome to join. It gives a more sheltered environment to ask any questions you may have. This is, of course, in addition to the course Q&A section.The course is not designed to be accessed in sequence but takes more of a pick and mix approach.I encourage you to ask questions if you feel that something has not been fully or clearly explained. You will get an answer and, if necessary, the course material will be updated. Depending on the answer, I will add a new lesson to the course.Here is a brief summary of the course benefits for you:Native speakerExperienced and qualified teacherNeutral and easy to understand accentLessons structured for easy accessDownloadable resources for each lessonFree Facebook groupValid for UK and US EnglishUpdates as required by the learnersUdemy 30-day refund policyHow many of your boxes did I tick?This is the English punctuation and writing course you need. I look forward to seeing you on the inside.Message from TJ WalkerI have been teaching executives around the globe to deliver presentations in English for the last 30 years. Most people, even native English speakers, are insecure about their English grammar. You can become an accomplished speaker and communicator and know that you are using excellent English Grammar every time you speak. Derek is one of the top English grammar instructors in the world and I am proud to be teaching this course with him. He has the English and European sensibility down perfectly. And I have been living in and working in the United States my entire life. When you put us together, it is a powerful combination designed to help you become a master at English grammar and communication.Good luck, and I hope to see you inside the course!This Punctuation course is ideal for anyone searching for more info on the following: English writing – punctuation – English writing course – writing – English – grammar – English grammar – punctuation mastery – English punctuation. Plus, this course will be a great addition to anyone trying to build out their knowledge in the following areas: punctuation – writing editing – business writing – English grammar.


Section 1: You Can Show Mastery of English Punctuation and Grammar Quickly

Lecture 1 Here Is Why You Should Take this Punctuation Course

Lecture 2 Quick Win! Here’s Where You Place the Comma

Section 2: Punctuation

Lecture 3 Sentence Enders – learn the different ways to end a sentence and why it matters

Lecture 4 The Full Stop. Learn about the most common way to end a sentence.

Lecture 5 The Exclamation Mark! Learn how to add emotion or urgency to your writing!

Lecture 6 The Question Mark? Did I mention that this is used at the end of questions?

Lecture 7 Bullet points question

Lecture 8 Pauses and Breaks – learn about these important punctuation marks

Lecture 9 Commas (,) – learn how to use them correctly every time.

Lecture 10 Commas question

Lecture 11 The Oxford Comma – a special case with interesting consequences

Lecture 12 Semicolons (;) – learn how to correctly use this punctuation mark.

Lecture 13 Colons (:) – learn how to correctly use this punctuation mark.

Lecture 14 Colon Misuse – see when not to use a colon and learn how to correct the mistake.

Lecture 15 The Comma Splice – learn what it is and how to correct it

Lecture 16 The Ellipsis (…) – learn about the uses and meanings of this punctuation sign.

Lecture 17 Connectors and Dividers – learn about how sentences are split and combined

Lecture 18 Hyphens (-)

Lecture 19 Dashes (–)

Lecture 20 Slashes (/)

Lecture 21 Apostrophes (‘)

Lecture 22 Quotation Marks (”) and (“”)

Lecture 23 Brackets () [] {} – different types of brackets have different uses.

Lecture 24 Other Symbols – learn about other symbols used in writing

Lecture 25 The Ampersand (&)

Lecture 26 The Asterisk (*)

Lecture 27 Each At (@)

Lecture 28 The Hash Sign (#)

Lecture 29 Fun Stuff – a reward for all your hard work – enjoy

Section 3: Tenses and Aspects

Lecture 30 Tenses and Aspects Section – a detailed look at this important aspect of writing

Lecture 31 Present Simple

Lecture 32 Present Continuous

Lecture 33 Present Perfect

Lecture 34 Present Perfect Continuous

Lecture 35 Past Simple

Lecture 36 Past Continuous

Lecture 37 Past Perfect

Lecture 38 Past Perfect Continuous

Lecture 39 Future Simple

Lecture 40 Future Simple – Will vs Going To – when to use them.

Lecture 41 Future Continuous

Lecture 42 Future Perfect

Lecture 43 Future Perfect Continuous

Lecture 44 Examples with Contractions – a detailed explanation

Section 4: Nouns

Lecture 45 Nouns Section – all the important noun information that writers need to know

Lecture 46 Common and Proper Nouns – an important distinction when writing

Lecture 47 Capitalisation – not as simple as you might think

Lecture 48 Pronouns – they’re all covered in this lesson

Lecture 49 … and I or … and me – a simple trick to get it right every time

Section 5: Articles

Lecture 50 Articles Section – a look at what you can expect in the section on articles

Lecture 51 The Definite Article – the

Lecture 52 Indefinite Articles – a and an

Lecture 53 The Zero Article – or no article at all

Section 6: Conjunctions

Lecture 54 Conjunctions – learn how to join things together

Lecture 55 Coordinating Conjunctions

Lecture 56 Subordinating Conjunctions

Lecture 57 Correlative Conjunctions

Section 7: Miscellaneous

Lecture 58 Miscellaneous Section – a collection of important topics

Lecture 59 Clauses

Lecture 60 Dependent and Independent Clauses – learn this important distinction

Lecture 61 Reported Speech – not directly quoting but indirectly telling

Lecture 62 Tag Questions – a common thing in English that seems strange at first

Lecture 63 Adverb Overuse – learn how to improve this sign of weak writing

Lecture 64 Word Stress and Intonation – the importance of stress and intonation

Lecture 65 Word Order – the importance of word order – it makes a difference

Section 8: Extra! Now that You Know Grammar, It’s time to Put those Skills to Work Speaking

Lecture 66 Now It Is Time to Put Your Grammar Skills to Work In Presentations, Interviews

Lecture 67 Update Lecture

Lecture 68 Quick Wins! Appear to Speak Without Notes, Practice Techniques, and How to Start

Lecture 69 Save Your Time and Energy By Using The Course This Way

Lecture 70 You Can Fulfill Your Exact Public Speaking Goals Once You Identify Them

Lecture 71 Look Supremely Comfortable and Confident Every Time You Speak

Lecture 72 Use the Eye Contact Tricks of the Masters

Lecture 73 Learn to Like and Even Love the Sound of Your Own Voice

Lecture 74 Starting Your Speech At Exactly the Right Spot

Lecture 75 Become a Five for Five 100% Speaking Success

Lecture 76 A Trick 1000 Times More Effective Than Practicing In Front of A Mirror

Lecture 77 Every Great Speaker Uses These…Every Awful Speaker Avoids These

Lecture 78 Professional Analysis Of Your Stories Now

Lecture 79 Give Life to Ideas With Your PowerPoint, Not Death

Lecture 80 Use 1 Idea to Make Your Slides #1

Lecture 81 Passing the Ultimate Public Speaking Test With Flying Colors

Lecture 82 Testing Your Speech With Focus Groups For Free

Lecture 83 More Evidence That Your Speech Is Working

Lecture 84 More Is Sometimes More When It Comes To Public Speaking

Lecture 85 Conclusion to the Core Section of This Public Speaking Course

Lecture 86 Road Map to the Rest of the Course

Section 9: If You Are a Complete Beginner, You Can Start Here

Lecture 87 These Simple Secrets Will Make You Look Like a Public Speaking Veteran

Lecture 88 You Will Never Have to Be Scared, Even Though Everybody Else Is

Lecture 89 This Is How You Get Your Audience to Do What You Want

Lecture 90 Unlock the Keys to Motivating Your Audience

Lecture 91 Getting Feedback the Right Way to Make You Stronger

Lecture 92 Mastering the Easiest Public Speaking Technique of All

Lecture 93 Your Picture Will Be Worth More The a 1000 Words

Lecture 94 Only Perfect Practice Makes Perfect

Lecture 95 You Can Pass the Ultimate Test

Lecture 96 Extra – Tips on How to Get Over Nervousness and Being Scared

Section 10: The Body Language of Public Speaking

Lecture 97 Never Let These Two Classic Body Language Blunders Slow You Down

Lecture 98 Your Nerves Will Never Show Again in the Workplace

Lecture 99 You’ll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again

Lecture 100 Here Is Exactly What to Do With Your Hands

Lecture 101 The Composed, Confident Video Star

Lecture 102 Never Spotlight Your Blunders and Mistakes Again

Lecture 103 You are Now Ready for Prime Time TV

Lecture 104 The Number 1 Tip for Curing Body Language Problems Is…

Lecture 105 The Real Way to Improve Your Body Language Confidence

Lecture 106 Great Body Language for Your Presentations

Lecture 107 PowerPoint Will Never Turn You Into a Robotic Bore Again

Lecture 108 Confident Briefing to Colleagues and Others

Lecture 109 Keynote Speeches Will Showcase Your Calm and Confidence

Lecture 110 Use a TelePrompTer Like a Network News Anchor

Lecture 111 Once Last Chance for a Body Language Personal Critique….

Lecture 112 Making Sure Your Clothes Are Communicating Your Positive Story

Lecture 113 Your Body Language Partner – The Friendly Spotter

Section 11: Let’s Get Rid of the Verbal Tics, Uh, Um, Err, Ya Know Right Now

Lecture 114 Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics

Lecture 115 Now You Know Where the Tics Come From

Lecture 116 You Are Not Alone

Lecture 117 Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap

Lecture 118 Don’t Let the Ding A Ling Get You

Lecture 119 Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All

Lecture 120 Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words

Lecture 121 You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues

Lecture 122 Never Worry About Remembering Again

Lecture 123 The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves

Lecture 124 A Focus Group To Make You Better

Section 12: Public Speaking On Video

Lecture 125 The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals – Quick Win!

Lecture 126 Hype Versus Reality – Why Most People Never Create Simple Video

Lecture 127 Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video

Lecture 128 How This course Will Improve Your Business

Lecture 129 Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors

Lecture 130 Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever

Lecture 131 Your Website Can Be Video-Centric

Lecture 132 Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once!

Lecture 133 Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process

Lecture 134 Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube

Lecture 135 Speak Your Thought Leadership

Lecture 136 Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters

Lecture 137 Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again

Lecture 138 Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom

Lecture 139 Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home

Lecture 140 Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video

Lecture 141 The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon

Lecture 142 Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others

Section 13: Eliminate Your Fear of Public Speaking

Lecture 143 Before We Start, Here is the #1 Tip to Improving Your Communication Skills

Lecture 144 Eliminating Speaking Anxiety

Lecture 145 Avoid Fake Solutions That Don’t Work

Lecture 146 The Process of Eliminating Fear

Lecture 147 The Fear of Boring

Lecture 148 Rehearse Your Presentation On Video

Lecture 149 Cheat the System

Lecture 150 Practice Makes…Comfortable

Lecture 151 The Confident Speaker’s Attitude

Lecture 152 Long-term Speaking Goals and Conclusion

Section 14: Public Speaking On Conference Calls (Doesn’t seem like public speaking, but is)

Lecture 153 Never Confuse Personal Phone Use with Business Telephone Use Again

Lecture 154 Why Your Phone is the Best Secret Business App Ever

Lecture 155 Planning Your Successful Phone Environment

Lecture 156 Final Preparation for Your Successful Phone Meetings

Lecture 157 Making Sure Your Phone Passes Your Friend Test

Lecture 158 Planning for Winning Conference Calls

Lecture 159 Look Prime Time Ready for Your Video Calls

Lecture 160 Placing Phone Calls Like the Consummate Professional

Lecture 161 Always Knowing the Best Time to Call Clients and Prospects

Lecture 162 Now You will Never Wake Up a Client in the Middle of the Night

Lecture 163 Answering the Phone so Everybody Knows You are Ready for Business

Lecture 164 Your Clients Will Never Think You are Screaming At Them Again

Lecture 165 Knowing How to Sound Your Very Best – Every Time

Lecture 166 Being a Professional to Every Generation, Regardless of Your Own Preferences

Lecture 167 Best Voicemail Messages for Success

Lecture 168 Take 1, Take 2, Take 3 Until You Get It Right

Lecture 169 Never Be Busy for Clients and Bosses Again

Lecture 170 Making Your Phone Disappear At the Perfect Moments

Lecture 171 Better Than the Best Hollywood Goodbyes

Section 15: PowerPoint Presentations Don’t Have To Be Awful If You Follow These Techniques

Lecture 172 You Will always Deliver a Great Speech, The PowerPoint is Beside the Point

Lecture 173 It is Your Presentation, Not a PowerPoint Presentation

Lecture 174 A Guaranteed 2-Part Test for Your Slides

Lecture 175 How You Will Never Use Your PowerPoint Slides as a Teleprompter

Lecture 176 Advanced PowerPoint and Visuals

Lecture 177 Final Thoughts on PowerPoint

Section 16: Storytelling Is the Public Speakers Best Friend

Lecture 178 You Already Know How to Tell Stories

Lecture 179 Stories Are the Most Important Part of Great Speeches

Lecture 180 How to Make Your Stories About Something Important

Lecture 181 Here Is How You Establish the Setting for Your Story?

Lecture 182 Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories

Lecture 183 Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue

Lecture 184 What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story?

Lecture 185 Storytelling Conflict

Lecture 186 Your Story Must have a Resolution

Lecture 187 Don’t Tell Stories, Instead Re-Live Stories

Lecture 188 Feedback from Peers

Lecture 189 Share on Social Media

Lecture 190 Feedback from Live Audiences

Lecture 191 Conclusion to Storytelling

Section 17: Drastically Reduce How Much Time You Have to Spend Preparing Your Speeches

Lecture 192 Let’s Start Saving Time Right Away!

Lecture 193 Save Time by Focusing On Your Exact Goal

Lecture 194 Faster Ways to Come Up with the Perfect Messages

Lecture 195 Tips on Final Preparation of Your 5 Message

Lecture 196 Your Examples Will Resonate

Lecture 197 Use This Cheat Sheet! Time Management Public Speaking

Lecture 198 Create PowerPoint Quickly and Effectively

Lecture 199 Final Thoughts on Saving Time

Section 18: Public Speaking While Using a Teleprompter

Lecture 200 Learn the Secret to Communicating Effectively Using a Teleprompter

Lecture 201 Video Benchmark

Lecture 202 Learn How to Make Self-Corrections So That You Always Look Great

Lecture 203 Master the 4 Key Elements That will Make Your Teleprompter Use Seem Effortless

Lecture 204 The Perfect Speaking Speed for You

Lecture 205 Volume

Lecture 206 Head Movement

Lecture 207 Pausing

Lecture 208 Putting All 4 Together

Lecture 209 Use 2 Prompter Screens In a Way that Nobody Will Notice

Lecture 210 Full Speech Practice

Lecture 211 Politician Role Models

Lecture 212 TV Role Models

Lecture 213 Potential Disasters

Lecture 214 Reasons Not to Use a Teleprompter

Lecture 215 Secrets from Reagan

Lecture 216 Final Thoughts on the Teleprompter

Section 19: Become a Professional Speaker And Get Paid to Speak

Lecture 217 Presenting Your Message, And Getting Paid for It

Lecture 218 Here is How to Pick a Profitable Niche

Lecture 219 Be the King of all Media for Your Niche

Lecture 220 Develop a Tribe That Will Follow You Into Battle

Lecture 221 Making Sure Your Business Model is Profitable

Lecture 222 Marketing

Lecture 223 Setting Speaking Fees

Lecture 224 Speaker Bureaus

Lecture 225 Developing World Class Platform Skills

Lecture 226 Advancing Your Professional Speaking Career

Section 20: Speaking On Skype Video

Lecture 227 This is How You Will Communicate on Skype, Google Hangouts, Etc

Lecture 228 Tricks for Look Good on Camera – Presentation Skills

Lecture 229 Become a Total Professional by Doing These Things

Lecture 230 Here is How to Truly Engage Your Audience

Lecture 231 Technology for Interaction – Presentation Skills

Lecture 232 The Ethical Way of Cheating

Lecture 233 Video Versus Slides

Lecture 234 This is How Long Your Presentation Should Be

Lecture 235 Final Thoughts on Skype and Online Presentations

Section 21: Speaking to Large Audiences – A Big Fear For Even Confident Speakers

Lecture 236 Learn the Secret to Speaking to Large Audiences

Lecture 237 Your Fears Will Melt Away, After This

Lecture 238 You Will Speak With Perfect Volume, Once You do This

Lecture 239 Your Eyes Will Never Look Lost

Lecture 240 Pause for Maximum Affect and Impact

Lecture 241 Your PowerPoint Will Illuminate, Not Bore

Lecture 242 Possible Outcomes

Lecture 243 You Will Achieve Your Speaking Goals

Lecture 244 Your Stories Will Captivate

Lecture 245 It Is Especially Important to Practice On Video Before Big Audience Gigs

Lecture 246 Concluding Thoughts On Speaking to Large Audiences

Section 22: Introducing Yourself -Speaking About Yourself Doesn’t Have to Be Awkward

Lecture 247 The Secret to Introducing Yourself

Lecture 248 You Will Avoid doing These Things At All Costs

Lecture 249 This Is The Right Way for You

Lecture 250 Here is the Single Most Important Thing to Do – 1st Video Rehearsal

Lecture 251 Friend Feedback

Lecture 252 Your Future Great Introductions

Section 23: TED and TEDx Talks – You Can Deliver!

Lecture 253 What Makes a TED Talk

Lecture 254 Passion for an Idea Worth Spreading

Lecture 255 Tell a Story

Lecture 256 Plan Your Visuals

Lecture 257 Timing is Everything

Lecture 258 Style AND Substance are Essential

Lecture 259 Video Rehearsal is the Most Important Step

Lecture 260 Great Writers Read Great Writers–Great Speakers Watch Great Speakers

Lecture 261 Apply to Speak at TED and Final Thoughts

Section 24: Give a Winning Sales Presentation

Lecture 262 The Secret to Selling When Presenting

Lecture 263 Create Winning Sales Messages for Every Presentation

Lecture 264 Mastering All Types of Presentations

Lecture 265 One on One Presentations Should Be the Easiest for You

Lecture 266 Getting Your Prospects to Take Action

Lecture 267 You Will Never Commit These 2 Common Blunders

Lecture 268 Final Thoughts on Sales Presentations

Section 25: Public Speaking for Kids

Lecture 269 If You Can Have a Conversation With One friend, then You can Be a Good Speaker

Lecture 270 Accomplish Your Goals In Every Presentation

Lecture 271 Make Sure Your Most Important Ideas Are Remembered

Lecture 272 Show What You Care About

Lecture 273 Make Your Points Unforgettable – Examples

Lecture 274 Use a Cheat Sheet That Will Never Get You in Trouble

Lecture 275 1st Video Rehearsal

Lecture 276 2nd Video Rehearsal

Lecture 277 3rd Video Rehearsal

Lecture 278 Final Thoughts on Public Speaking for Kids

Section 26: Becoming a Motivational Speaker

Lecture 279 Your Message Can Move Millions

Lecture 280 How to Make Sure You Have a Motivating Message

Lecture 281 Finding What Is So Special About You

Lecture 282 Years later, They Will Remember Your Story

Lecture 283 Your Process Goes Like This

Lecture 284 Bringing Clarity to Your Messages

Lecture 285 Master Storytelling

Lecture 286 Stagecraft

Lecture 287 YouTube Role Models

Lecture 288 Video Rehearse

Lecture 289 Video Refine

Lecture 290 Show to Others

Lecture 291 Put video on YouTube and Facebook

Lecture 292 Tell the World

Lecture 293 Speaker Bureaus

Lecture 294 Conclusion to Motivational Speaking Section

Section 27: For People Who HATE Public Speaking

Lecture 295 The Real Reason Why You Hate Public Speaking-And What You Can Do About It-Now

Lecture 296 You Will Accomplish Your Public Speaking Goals

Lecture 297 It’s Not About You; It’s About Your Message

Lecture 298 You Can Breath Life Into Your Speech By Doing This

Lecture 299 Your PowerPoint Will Educate, Not Bore

Lecture 300 Use the Ethical Public Speaking Cheat Sheet

Lecture 301 You Aren’t going to Like This, But It Is What Matters Most – Video Practice

Lecture 302 Concluding Thoughts for People Who Hate Public Speaking

Section 28: How To Look Like You Never Have to Read a Script or Teleprompter

Lecture 303 Become the Speaker That Audiences Look at In Awe

Lecture 304 Give Your Memory a Break With This Tip – Focus on 5 Points

Lecture 305 You Can Use a cheat Sheet, Ethically!

Lecture 306 Walk the Room as If You Own the Room

Lecture 307 Learn the #1 Secret to Speaking Success – Video Rehearsal

Lecture 308 Final Thoughts On How to Speak Using Notes the Right Way

Section 29: Public Speaking With a Team – Team Presentations

Lecture 309 Each Team Member Must Be Interesting and Memorable – Presentation Skills

Lecture 310 Your Presentation Goals Will Be Identified and Accomplished

Lecture 311 Spell Out Benefits for Your Audience Public Speaking

Lecture 312 These Top 5 Messages Will Help You Connect With The Audience

Lecture 313 Don’t Make Your Speech a Data Dump Public Speaking

Lecture 314 Time to Assign Topics to Your Team

Lecture 315 How Many Points Should Your Presentation Cover Public Speaking

Lecture 316 Each Person Must Prepare This Way

Lecture 317 Writing a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 318 Group PowerPoint

Lecture 319 Magical Phrase for Every Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 320 First Rehearsal

Lecture 321 How to Eliminate Nervousness for public speaking Public Speaking

Lecture 322 Second Rehearsal

Lecture 323 How to Avoid Making a Bad Impression during Presentations Public Speaking

Lecture 324 Third Rehearsal

Lecture 325 Should I Rehearse My Speech and for how long Public Speaking

Lecture 326 Conclusion to Team Presentations

Section 30: Public Speaking On Panels

Lecture 327 How to Make a Speech in a Business Setting Public Speaking

Lecture 328 Never Blunder the Way Most Panelists Do

Lecture 329 How can I find out whether my presentation worked?

Lecture 330 Master the Ground Rules So You Will Shine

Lecture 331 How to start a speech – Public Speaking

Lecture 332 Communicate Effectively By Focusing on Your Top Three Messages

Lecture 333 How to Manage Time When Giving a Presentation

Lecture 334 Become the Master of the Short Story

Lecture 335 How to Make Your Presentation Memorable Public Speaking

Lecture 336 Other Tips to Make You Great – Sitting Standing Notes

Lecture 337 Public Speaking Rules You Should Never Break Public Speaking

Lecture 338 Look at Panelists

Lecture 339 How Long Should My Speech Be Public Speaking

Lecture 340 Record Actual Presentation

Lecture 341 Tell ’em what I’m gonna tell ’em, tell ’em, Public Speaking

Lecture 342 Conclusion for Speaking on Panels

Lecture 343 How do I know what messages and topics will be Public Speaking

Section 31: Speaking on the Elevator – Deliver a Great Elevator Pitch

Lecture 344 How to Prepare a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 345 Learn the Secret of Great Elevator Pitches

Lecture 346 How to Pace a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 347 Accomplish Your Goals After You Deliver Your Pitch

Lecture 348 How to Close a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 349 You Will Focus on Your One Big Idea

Lecture 350 How to Put Your Audience at Ease Public Speaking

Lecture 351 Never Confuse Your Prospect Again

Lecture 352 How to Give a Formal Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 353 Role Models

Lecture 354 The 2 Key Questions You Must Answer

Lecture 355 Give Someone a Reason to Want More from You

Lecture 356 How to Speak with Confidence Public Speaking

Lecture 357 Watch Bad Elevator Pitches

Lecture 358 What to Do if You Don’t Like Your Voice Public Speaking

Lecture 359 Conclusion to How to Deliver Elevator Pitches

Lecture 360 How to Start a Speech with an Icebreaker Public Speaking

Section 32: Public Speaking Emergencies!

Lecture 361 How Many Slides to Put in a PowerPoint Presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 362 Focus on Exactly What You Want Your Audience to Do

Lecture 363 How Many Bullet Points Should Be on a PowerPoint Slide Public Speaking

Lecture 364 Stop This right Now!

Lecture 365 Don’t Use Your PowerPoint Slides to Put People to Sleep Public Speaking

Lecture 366 These Are the Three Most Important Ideas in Your Presentation

Lecture 367 PowerPoint Slides, One idea Per Slide Public Speaking

Lecture 368 Your Story Will Make Your Presentation

Lecture 369 PowerPoint Presentations Require 2 Separate PowerPoints Public Speaking

Lecture 370 Creating a One-page Outline

Lecture 371 PowerPoint Presenters Must Focus on Audience, Not Slides Public Speaking

Lecture 372 Quickly Rehearse Your Presentation on Video

Lecture 373 PowerPoint Presentations, Prepare for Disasters Public Speaking

Lecture 374 You are Good to Go!

Lecture 375 How to Test Your PowerPoint Slides for Effectiveness Public Speaking

Section 33: Speaking to Raise Money – Fundraising Presentations

Lecture 376 Animation, Video and Special Affects in PowerPoint Presentations

Lecture 377 Devising a Plan for Asking for the Right Amount of Money the Right Way

Lecture 378 How to Black Out Your Screen During a PowerPoint Presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 379 Here is How You Create a Winning Fundraising Message

Lecture 380 There is No Such Thing as a PowerPoint Presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 381 You are the Message

Lecture 382 PowerPoint Presentation Tip, Don’t Use Builds Public Speaking

Lecture 383 Will You Help?

Lecture 384 How to Make a Speech Powerful and Persuasive Public Speaking

Lecture 385 Raise More Money By Asking for a Highly Specific Amount

Lecture 386 How to Introduce Another Speaker Public Speaking

Lecture 387 How to get the Money NOW – Fundraising

Lecture 388 How to Make an Acceptance Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 389 Will You Raise Funds? Fundraising

Lecture 390 Will You Raise a Specific Amount?

Lecture 391 How to Speak in Front of a Big Crowd Public Speaking

Lecture 392 Will You Raise it by a Specific Date?

Lecture 393 How to Keep Your Audience’s Attention Public Speaking

Lecture 394 Rinse and Repeat

Lecture 395 Why You Should Never Memorize a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 396 Video Rehearsal

Lecture 397 How to Prepare and Use Notes in a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 398 Conclusion to Fundraising Presentations

Lecture 399 Stories Are the Most Important Part of Great Speeches Public Speaking

Section 34: Public Speaking to Investors – Investor Pitches

Lecture 400 Message Drives Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 401 You Will Raise Money If You Explain Why You Are So Excited

Lecture 402 What is the setting for Your Story Public Speaking

Lecture 403 What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story Public Speaking

Lecture 404 What, Exactly, Does Your Business Do?

Lecture 405 Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue Public Speaking

Lecture 406 Here is How You Avoid Common Blunders That Destroy Most Pitches

Lecture 407 Your Story Must have a Resolution Public Speaking

Lecture 408 Using The PowerPoint Deck to Sell, Not Put Investors to Sleep

Lecture 409 Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 410 Show Your Creation Now

Lecture 411 Don’t Tell Stories, Instead RE-Live Stories Public Speaking

Lecture 412 Here is Why You Are Devoting Your Life to This Project

Lecture 413 How to Use use whiteboards, flip charts, in presentations Public Speaking

Lecture 414 Conclusion to Investor Pitching

Lecture 415 How Should You Ask to Be Introduced Public Speaking

Section 35: Public Speaking to Foreign Audiences

Lecture 416 Should I read my speech so that I don’t make any mistakes Public Speaking

Lecture 417 You Will Communicate Your Messages and Your Passion

Lecture 418 How do I remember what to say in a presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 419 You Can Prepare in Advance for Success

Lecture 420 How to Handle Questions from the Audience Public Speaking

Lecture 421 Culture is Everything

Lecture 422 How to Handle a Heckler Public Speaking

Lecture 423 It Sounds Silly, But this One Tip Helps Massively

Lecture 424 What to Do if You’re Losing Your Audience Public Speaking

Lecture 425 Creating Your Permanent Reminders for the Audience

Lecture 426 How to Keep Your Speech from Being Boring Public Speaking

Lecture 427 Working the Room

Lecture 428 How to Recover from a Memory Lapse during a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 429 Conclusion to Speaking to Foreign Audiences

Lecture 430 How to Smile during a Speech Public Speaking

Section 36: Public Speaking for Engineers

Lecture 431 How to Deal with Malfunctions during a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 432 Engineers Can Give Excellent Speeches When They Do This…

Lecture 433 Should You Wear Glasses during a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 434 Never Get Trapped in The Engineer Mentality That Excuses Bad Speaking

Lecture 435 How to Make Eye Contact with Your Audience Public Speaking Training

Lecture 436 Accomplish the Goals for Your Speaking “Project”

Lecture 437 How Women Should Alter their Voice during a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 438 Your Future as an Engineer Who Is also Know as a Great Communicator

Lecture 439 How to Stop Saying Um and Ah when You Speak Public Speaking

Lecture 440 Design Your Messages for Maximum Impact

Lecture 441 How to Make a Presentation in High School or College Public Speaking

Section 37: Public Speaking in Workplace Meetings

Lecture 442 How to Give a Technical Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 443 Learn the Easiest Thing to Present: A Question

Lecture 444 How to Recover from Making a Mistake in a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 445 Build Confidence Through Notes

Lecture 446 How to to Use a Teleprompter Public Speaking

Lecture 447 Make the Right Risk Assessment

Lecture 448 How to Dress for a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 449 You Will Sound Natural and Relaxed

Lecture 450 How to Give a Sales Presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 451 The Ultimate Confidence Builder

Lecture 452 How to Give a Motivational Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 453 Conclusion to Public Speaking in Meetings

Lecture 454 How to Sound Conversational in a Speech Public Speaking

Section 38: Speaking One On One In Business

Lecture 455 What to Do with Your Hands when Making a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 456 Master the Secret of One on One Presentations

Lecture 457 How to Use a Lectern or Podium When Giving a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 458 Accomplish Your Goals in Every Presentation

Lecture 459 How to Use Body Language during a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 460 You Will Know How This Person Thinks

Lecture 461 How to Make a Toast Public Speaking

Lecture 462 Make Sure This Person Really Gets What Is Most Important to You

Lecture 463 Using Alcohol to Calm Your Nerves before a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 464 Top 5 Messages Part 2

Lecture 465 Taking Beta-Blockers to Calm Your Nerves Public Speaking

Lecture 466 Notes

Lecture 467 How to Deal with People Texting during Your Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 468 20 Questions

Lecture 469 How to Move around while Making a Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 470 Stories

Lecture 471 If my allotted time is cut, what should I eliminate Public Speaking

Lecture 472 Conclusion to One On One Speaking

Lecture 473 Should I warn my audience I will be boring Public Speaking

Section 39: Common Public Speaking Questions/Topics – And Answers (Short Clips)

Lecture 474 What if You are asked a question You Can’t Answer Public Speaking

Lecture 475 What is the outcome you want from your presentation Public Speaking

Lecture 476 A Positive Attitude for Public Speaking Public Speaking

Lecture 477 Brainstorm Every Topic and Message for Your Speech Public Speaking

Lecture 478 Can Public Speaking be learned or is it natural born Public Speaking

Lecture 479 What is Your Water Cooler Message Public Speaking

Lecture 480 How to Make Prepared Remarks as Good as Your Q and A Public Speaking

Lecture 481 You Must Communicate with the Head and the Heart Public Speaking

Lecture 482 Have a Public Speaking Improvement Plan Public Speaking

Section 40: Public Speaking for Political Candidates

Lecture 483 Convincing Voters that You Have a Great Reason to Run for Office

Lecture 484 How to Find Your Top 3 Winning Messages?

Lecture 485 The One Big Secret to Beating an Incumbent

Lecture 486 The Stump Speech

Lecture 487 Speaking to The Media

Section 41: Public Speaking to Persuade

Lecture 488 Always Select Your Best Persuasion Opportunities and Environments

Lecture 489 Learning Persuasion Skills to Beat the “Naturals”

Lecture 490 Mapping Out Your Finish Line – In Advance!

Lecture 491 Moving the Numbers Game In Your Favor

Lecture 492 The Unique Advantage of Persuasion in the Business World

Lecture 493 Never Bore With Data Dumps Again

Lecture 494 Master the Process Of NOT Telling People Too Much About Your Process

Lecture 495 The 5 Key Messages for Your Persuasion Success

Lecture 496 Your Secret Source of Winning Persuasion Messages

Lecture 497 Persuade More By talking Less

Lecture 498 There is Nothing Like Seeing Your Persuasion Messages in Text

Lecture 499 More for You, By Not Talking About You

Lecture 500 Here is How You Get People to Remember Your Messages

Lecture 501 Ironing Out the Kinks in Your Persuasion Presentation

Lecture 502 Mastering Persuasive Body Language

Lecture 503 Persuading Yourself to Go Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Lecture 504 The Single Best Way to Prepare for All Persuasion Presentation Opportunities

Lecture 505 Persuasion That Takes 6 Months Is Still Persuasion

Lecture 506 Persuasion Is Sometimes More Effective At the Top Than At The Bottom

Lecture 507 Conquering Your Fear To Pitch Again

Lecture 508 Conclusion: You are Now Ready to Persuade!

Section 42: Speaking to Investors/IPO

Lecture 509 Make the Absolute Best Case for Why Investors Should Invest Capital in You

Lecture 510 Generate Investments and Buy Recommendations

Lecture 511 Photos Will Make Your Business More Understandable

Lecture 512 Put PowerPoint to Bed

Lecture 513 You Will Make a Great First Impression in the Initial 2 Minutes

Lecture 514 Content Review

Lecture 515 1st Video Rehearsal

Lecture 516 2nd Video Rehearsal

Lecture 517 Conclusion

Section 43: Public Speaking for Women

Lecture 518 The Secret to Being a Great Presenter

Lecture 519 The Differences Between Men and Women

Lecture 520 Helping You Achieve Your Ultimate Goal

Lecture 521 Learning to Love Your Voice (Don’t Lower Your Voice)

Lecture 522 Don’t End a Sentence With a Question Mark?

Lecture 523 The Perfect Clothing, Shoes, and Makeup for You

Lecture 524 Public Speaking for Women Conclusion

Section 44: Delivering Financial Presentations

Lecture 525 You Will Make the Most Important Financial Trends Stand Out

Lecture 526 Your Goals Will Be Accomplished After Your Presentation

Lecture 527 Create Messages Your audience Will Care About and Remember

Lecture 528 Your Stories Behind the Numbers Will Resonate

Lecture 529 Command the Room for the First 2 Minutes

Lecture 530 PowerPoint Will Enhance Your Message, But You are Still the Messenger

Lecture 531 Draw Conclusions

Lecture 532 How to Give a Financial Presentation Conclusion

Section 45: Delivering an Informational Talk

Lecture 533 Your Informational Speeches Will Be Understood and Remembered

Lecture 534 You Will Go Beyond the Usual Data Dump

Lecture 535 Testing In a Way that Eliminates Risk

Lecture 536 Final Tips on Giving Informational Speeches

Section 46: Public Speaking on YouTube

Lecture 537 How to Create a Digital TV Network Overview – YouTube Marketing

Lecture 538 Create Winning Editorial Content

Lecture 539 Here is How to Start Your Network Today – YouTube Marketing

Lecture 540 The Best Style for You Is…

Lecture 541 Blunders to Avoid

Section 47: Speaking in Job Interviews

Lecture 542 Establishing Your Winning Job Interview Goals

Lecture 543 Secrets to Acing the Interview Before You Show Up

Lecture 544 Dress for the Interview and the job

Lecture 545 Make Small Talk like a Pro

Lecture 546 Tell Me About Yourself – And be Memorable!

Lecture 547 The Proper Job Interview Mindset

Lecture 548 The Strategy Memo

Lecture 549 Rehearse Your Interview on Video

Lecture 550 Ask for the Job

Section 48: Conclusion

Lecture 551 One Last Chance to Make This Course Better for Your Permanent Learning Library

Lecture 552 Conclusion to the Whole Darn Course!

Lecture 553 Here Is How You Can Get your Certificate of Completion for this Course

Lecture 554 Bonus Lecture

Lecture 555 Business English Resource File

English learners who wish to improve their punctuation knowledge.,English learners who wish to write and communicate confidently in English.,Managers,Leaders,Non-native English speakers

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