• SPEAKING – Our Greatest Adventure!

    Where would our world be if we couldn’t talk? Every parent looks forward to the day his or her child speaks that first word. (Parents often change their minds about this when their kids reach age two and all they hear is No! No! No! and why? why? why?)

    Human beings communicate in so many different ways – verbally, using gestures or sign language, through facial expressions – and don’t forget all the written forms of connecting, such as this website.

    The purpose of this site is to share what I’ve learned about communicating. Whether you need to ask for a raise, have to present in front of an audience, or simply want ideas about networking or small talk, I’m here to help.

    Together, we’ll have a grand adventure!

2 Responses so far.

  1. Darren L says:

    Communication is everything that we see or do… we need people like you to help us help others!
    I am looking forward to more insights into what you have learned… and continue to learn.

  2. Isabela says:

    Communication is everything. For an immigrant like me, it’s been hard and I feel the big importance of communication.
    I was happy,extroverted person. But now I feel isolated,with Anxiety, introverted person I’ve become.
    All of that because the language problem. Learn a new language is frustrating.
    So yes, I can feel the the havy weight of communication. For sure a Huge adventure for me.