The movie The King's Speech won so many awards and so many admirers when it arrived in cinemas. But what can you learn about speaking from the real King's Speech techniques? Read on for more. By Olivia MacDonnell, ConfidentSpeak A few years back I watched a documentary, which looked at the true story behind one of my favourite movies, The King's Speech.
Joey Asher President of Speechworks, a selling and communication skills coaching company in Atlanta. He has worked with hundreds of business people helping them learn how to communicate in a way that connects with clients. His new book 15 Minutes Including Q&A: a Plan to Save
I was so touched by this year's Oscar-winning movie, 'The King's Speech.' It's about King George VI, who accidentally became King of England upon the abdication of his older brother Edward VIII in 1936 on the eve of WWII. George VI was deemed unsuitable to become British monarch because of his debilitating and humiliating stutter.