The great broadcaster, Don Pardo, died recently. He was 96 and had been broadcasting his incredible voice for 70 years. Seventy! Watch to see how he maintained the beauty and resonance of his voice and how you can, too.
I saw a play this weekend at the Single Carrot Theatre in Baltimore, MD, in which puppets played some of the roles. They were not in the Sesame Street or Avenue Q mold–cartoonish faces and bodies, with silly character voices. Continue reading Body Language and Communication Compensation
As someone who has had the honor and pleasure of working with celebrities, I am always glued to the awards shows. The recent Golden Globes provided a fascinating opportunity to watch and observe public speaking and presentation in a very high stakes, high-pressure environment. Continue reading Golden Globes: Not Sure You’ll Be Speaking? Be Ready Anyway.