Hilary Blair

Hilary Blair

Hilary Blair - Motivational Speaker

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Shatter the constrictions of communication conformity.

Hilary wants everyone to free their voice and be heard. Her programs activate the value of your greatest investment - people. Learn to show up, land communication, and move goals and relationships forward.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Denver, CO (US)

For more information about booking Hilary Blair, visit
https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/hilaryblair404

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Hilary Blair
Hilary Blair - Motivational Speaker

ARTiculate: Real&Clear

Shatter the constrictions of communication conformity.

Hilary wants everyone to free their voice and be heard. Her programs activate the value of your greatest investment - people. Learn to show up, land communication, and move goals and relationships forward.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Denver, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International
Hilary Blair - Motivational Speaker

Hilary Blair

ARTiculate: Real&Clear

Shatter the constrictions of communication conformity.

Hilary wants everyone to free their voice and be heard. Her programs activate the value of your greatest investment - people. Learn to show up, land communication, and move goals and relationships forward.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Denver, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International

For more information about booking Hilary Blair,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/hilaryblair404/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

The Benefits of ARTiculate: Real&Clear

Actors study and work to be in the moment and present. It is a common misunderstanding that actors are being fake while acting, when in fact, they are practicing to be really present in each moment. The energy we often ...

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In Your Shoes

Diana Dresser, author Practice in Your Presentation Shoes: Why Does it Matter? Both your verbal and nonverbal communication are affected. When actors begin the rehearsal process for a play, one of the first questions they ask is, “when can I ...

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Double Speak

Jargon, or specific terminology, can be unique to a group. Within most groups, jargon can be an important shorthand that includes well known and understood terms, as well as acronyms for frequently used phrases or titles. When communicating ...

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Flip and BANG!

As ARTiculate Real & Clear coaches, we often suggest that people flip the order of their presentations.  A common presenting error is to try to build up to the point over the course of the presentation, when, in ...

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Hypercorrection and the Land of Uh

Many of us are accustomed to working on banishing the ums from our speech, but let’s not confuse that with the uhs. Pauses are essential and not to be confused with our great need of the article a – that’s ...

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Alignment and Authenticity

The Head Thrust- aligning head and shoulders – aligning breath and voice – aligning emotion and intention. Alignment affects our voice physically and emotionally. When our head is aligned, when it simply sits above our shoulders, our vocal ...

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Make Me Sound American

Ailish Riggs, author Many clients have approached me that represent a broad range of dialects, both American and international. Often, their requests are the same – make me sound American. As a lover of international culture and the musicality ...

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3 Tips: When Being Heard Yet Not Seen

Webinars and teleconferences are on the rise. They are more and more an essential part of many businesses’ meeting and training solutions and rely heavily on the speaking voice. Often, as presenters, we can ignore the fact that our voices ...

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Habits: Beware Whac-a-Mole – Instead Befriend

Public speaking and presentation habits can behave a little like the moles in the arcade game of whac-a-mole – if you deem the behavior bad or wrong, you bat it away and it pops up elsewhere. Perhaps it appears slightly ...

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Voice Tip: Symptoms of Vocal Stress

Some habits can point to possible vocal stress. For example, the “chin lift” and the “elbow-arm pump” can indicate lack of supportive breath for effective and healthy voice flow. If you find you push forward or lift with your chin, ...

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