Nowadays on the internet, you can find articles upon articles offering you tips to improve your public speaking, but very few on why people should bother with it in the first place.
My first few years of debate showed me the importance of speaking efficiently – that is – with adequate speed, but also adequate clarity. Over the years, I also learned how to connect with the judge, my intended audience. Sometimes all I have to do is pull away from the fluff that I’ve trying to pass off as words and say it like it is, loud and clear.
Public speaking makes you a better arguer. The fact of the matter is that even if you had the most valid points, you’d never be able to convince anyone if you couldn’t convey your argument properly. This skill comes hand in hand with acquirable traits that are overall, considered important for success and beyond, beginning with maturity, and ending with self confidence. Continue reading
If I’m on Youtube, you might find me listening to music or watching videos of sleeping babies, but most commonly, I will be watching food videos.
Sometimes people don’t understand why I watch them…
Why would you purposely torture yourself like that? You’re never going to try these recipes out.
Sure, that might be true in 99% of instances, but 1% of the time I am inspired to make something, and that’s what makes the difference; it’s the same reason I have a Foodgawker app on my phone.
When conventional cooking becomes unconventional, it catches my attention and I find myself looking forward to new videos throughout the week. If you’re tired of conventional stay at home wives using expensive kitchen appliances and ingredients to create a false expectation about what kind of food everyday people like you and I can create, then read on.