Hidden museum in the city center
The inconspicuous Museum of Communications which was honored by the Council of Europe Museum Prize is located in the Swiss capital. Inside, there are three floors full of attractions. The visit inspired me to create a new series called “How They Speak”, in which I will analyze the speeches of politicians, artists and professional speakers. I invite you to see the photos below.
In the museum, you can find a historic Swiss mail car that delivered parcels and try it on a driving simulator. In addition, there are many stands that reveal the secrets of public speaking, voice, empathy, theater and reading body language. You can even play the role of selected actors in a special room and receive an acting scene, which is then recorded and played back.
Hi. Welcome to my blog 🙂 I work as a trainer and mentor for TEDx Warsaw speakers. I also help, among others, lawyers, vocalists, actors, lecturers and business people in preparation for their speeches in front of hundreds of people in the audience, as well as in conducting small meetings or presentations. For many years I worked on controlling the stage fright that kept me awake at night. I have always wondered how to manage the internal critic, not to worry about the opinion of others, and how to build a real sense of confidence on stage. Now I know the answer. Recently, I have given countless interviews, which made me aware of the importance of confidence in front of the camera. Having been involved in music since the age of 10, I know how stressful it can be to present to a wider audience. By combining my business and music experience, I can guide you through the process of changing direction towards your dreams. Based on my vast stage experience, I have gained the ability to provide adequate tools and methods of coaching that will support your development.