Deborah Boswell Explains How Pauses Help the Speaker and the Audience

Deborah Boswell–a veteran communication consultant, speaker and coach based in Birmingham, Alabama–joined me for a recent interview on my weekly video/podcast “Biz Communication Show.” She discussed how pauses benefit the speaker and the audience.

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Additionally, you’ll get her professional guidelines about:
–accent reduction
–stage fright
–virtual presentations
–live presentations with an audience present

After hearing her, you have the opportunity to order her book, Become a Confident Business Communicator, which I display in the interview. The book merits the 5-star ranking I gave it on Amazon.


You can watch many other interviews I’ve hosted on my YouTube channel, under this name:

Bill Lampton, Ph.D.

Additionally, you can listen to episodes of the “Biz Communication Show” on iTunes, where you’ll find it listed as:

The Biz Communication Show


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When you call, we’ll explore how I can work with you, so you will learn to communicate clearly, confidently and convincingly.

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