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Gina Razon Boston Public Speaking Coach

Acquire: Pronoun Power

This week the Merriam Webster dictionary added a meaning for the pronoun "they." They added --used to refer to a single person whose¬†gender identity¬†is nonbinary-- This was pretty big news. Sadly in came just a day after the AP had…

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Articulate: ARRRRR

I live and work in Boston. Which means I live and work with non-rhocity. That is fancy-speech for under-pronounced or completely absent /r/ sounds in speaking. I'm not talking about the typical Southie accent either, I mean people who are…

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Disrupt: What Do You Want?

Everyday we do things in a certain way. We have routines, habits, and ways to interact in the world both conscious and unconscious. This is perfectly normal. However, since one definition of insanity is doing the same things over and…

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Perform: Respect Fear

I read a lot of well-intentioned fear bashing out there. It goes something like: "Conquer your fear" "Don't let your fear defeat you" and a recent favorite: "Fear wants to take away your faith" FEAR IS NOT AN ENTITY! Fear…

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Observe: S curves

No one argues about the importance of the spine. It is the centerpiece of the whole skeletal system but is not a rigid centerpiece. The spine is designed to articulate in every direction with its most limited mobility points being…

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