When Nadia Comaneci won the first perfect ten in gymnastics in the 1976 Montreal Olympics* it stunned the world with amazement.… Read the rest
1. Winners believe that it is possible to achieve
It goes without saying that all wins happen in our minds before it works out in reality.… Read the rest
I am yet to meet a genuinely talented person who has not passed through a period of loss of confidence in his or her life or career.… Read the rest
In the Indian subcontinent he is an icon; the masses love him and crowds just gather to watch him play.… Read the rest
Here are 7 basic tips to excel as Compere. They are simple yet challenging. Follow them and you can compere to your heart’s content and your audience’s delight.… Read the rest
In his eyes
I saw that look
Of love’s gentle light.
It stripped my soul
Naked and bare
And lit up all past
Snapshots of remote access.… Read the rest
Christmas is celebrated with singing of carols. At this time, a compere finds it a joyful experience to inspire audiences with the various tones, colours, and emotions of Christmas.… Read the rest
Words serve as signposts while compering. They are to be used sparingly. As King Solomon wrote: “The more the words, the less the meaning, and how does that profit anyone?”… Read the rest
“For the attention of passengers, Train No. 12696, from Thiruvananthapuram to Chennai Central will leave shortly from platform No. 3 at 17 hours 25 minutes.”… Read the rest
1. Success–It all starts with giving.
A person who finds joy in giving of his time, talent, treasure and knowledge to others has started well.… Read the rest
“All through his life he was trying to do the best that he could. It was not perfect. But there are some kinds of failure that are better than success.”… Read the rest
“If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.”… Read the rest
Few other words have touched the heart and influenced thought for generations than Jesus’ 7 sayings on the cross. Here we take a look at them from a public speaker’s perspective.… Read the rest
“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever,”
so wrote John Keats.
As far as a speaker is concerned, the opportunity to act as a compere for a programme is a great joy.… Read the rest