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Voices Carry! Cornell Student Entrepreneurs in the Making Learn to Speak Up

“Voices Carry” (‘Til Tuesday).  That was the song playing in my head as I guest lectured to students in Professor Deborah Streeter’s course, “Women, Leadership & Entrepreneurship.” Maybe because I sang “Voices Carry” in my band at Cornell? Or maybe … Continue Reading

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Back to School: What I Learned from Guest Lecturing at Cornell

A woman’s place is in the home…or, NOT!   Unless that home is her faithful alma mater. Last week, it was my joy and privilege to return to Cornell and guest lecture and workshop with Cornell Professor Dr. Deborah Streeter’s … Continue Reading

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Business Professionals Have a New A.I.-Powered Assistant – LikeSo PRO, for When Success Demands Confident Communication

We heard you!  Business professionals and students now have a new A.I.- powered assistant.  Meet LikeSo PRO and our AI Dialogue Assistant, AIDA, an intelligent communication product that brings the power of A.I. and voice to salespeople, consultants, executives and students … Continue Reading

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Jared Alessandroni Joins Say It Media as Chief Technology Officer

Joining the trend of top talent migrating from corporate to innovative A.I. startups, we at Say It Media are thrilled to announce that former Sprinklr VP Jared Alessandroni is bringing his vast experience in enterprise software, A.I. and data management … Continue Reading

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Filler-itis (To the Tune of Schoolhouse Rock’s “Interjections!”)

Filler-itis (To the Tune of Schoolhouse Rock’s “Interjections!”)   When Katie had her interview – um, like, so A straight-A student, honors too-oo The boss asked her questions, With all good intentions But Katie filled her answers with imperfections   Totally! … Continue Reading

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“Communication is Becoming a Lost Art”: An Interview with Professor Lynn Owens, UNC Chapel Hill

  (Contributed by Katie Nash, Student at UNC Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism) What, like, happened?! As a student, I walk through campus every day and hear all types of conversations, and in class, a variety of presentations.  I … Continue Reading

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An App for Campaigning: Speaking Politically with Kristen Browde, New York’s 1st Major Party Candidate Who is Transgender

  At the book signing of Hillary Clinton’s memoir “What Happened,” I happily found myself in line with Kristen Browde, attorney and former Emmy-award-winning CBS news reporter, who recently put in her bid to become the next supervisor of New Castle … Continue Reading

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You Can’t Mumble Your Way Through Shakespeare: An Interview with Acting Coach Howard Fine

  My introduction to Howard Fine was in the form of a tweet that underscored our shared mission and, suffice to say, made my day. Howard Fine is the master acting coach behind the Howard Fine Acting Studio (Los Angeles … Continue Reading

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It Takes “COMMFIDENCE”! Feeling of Verbal Empowerment Now has a Name

You ace your speech and it feels so great!   Is there a word for that feeling of verbal empowerment? Our ability to communicate articulately and confidently is not only the single most pivotal skill that can get us what we need out … Continue Reading

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“Communications is the Bedrock of Success” – An Interview with Brian Rashid

In a video filmed at the 92nd Street Y in NYC, Brian Rashid asked a classroom of students, “What prevents you from being a great speaker?” “Rejection!” “Nerves.” “Lack of confidence.” “Self-doubt.” “Fear of boring the audience.” “Not being smart.” … Continue Reading

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