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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Speech musicality may help in interviews?

I've posted a link to an article by Dean Frenkel about 'language-mangling pollies', comparing performance of Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott and others who speak about 'gubment' or 'guvment'... He says the film The King's Speech illustrates how important it is to speak well when the stakes are high.

See also links, under Great Links on right of screen, to writings of Alain de Botton and Neil Postman. More to come. I'm planning to add templates, samples, hints and advice on job applications, interviews and so on. Enjoy!

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