Tag Archives: Public

Viewpoints: Lessons On Public Health Measures And Turning The Tide On AIDS Crisis; No, You Probably Can’t Keep Your Same Doctor. Here’s Why.

Editorial pages weigh in on these health care topics and others. Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Much Progress Made, Much Work Remains On HIV/AIDS Crisis According to the CDC, the annual number of new HIV diagnoses has remained relatively stable at about 40,000 in recent years. Yet, within some demographics, those numbers are on the rise. About one… Read More »

Going public with sobriety

Alcoholism is hardly a rare disorder in the United States. According to recent studies, 12.7% of adult Americans currently suffer from alcohol use disorder, more commonly known as alcoholism; according to other studies, 29% will meet the criteria for an alcohol use disorder at some point during their adult lives. If you add drugs to… Read More »

Public Speaking Techniques for Enthusiastic Presentations: Use Energy to Capture Your Audience's Attention

If you want to be a great presenter, you will have to display some enthusiasm. We’re not talking about the kind of enthusiasm people display when they’re on game shows – hooting, shrieking, high-fiving, and even leaping up and flinging themselves at the host. When we are talking about enthusiasm in presentations and speeches, our… Read More »

Overcoming Public Speaking Fears: 7 Tips to Calm Your Nerves Before and During Your Speech

For most presenters, the biggest challenge is overcoming public speaking fears. The fear of public speaking can be so strong that you might be looking for the nearest closet where you can hide! Calming nerves is essential to speaking success, so here are some tips to put you back in control: 1. Take a deep… Read More »