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Darlene Price

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Well Said , Inc.

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Well Said , Inc.

P.O. Box 888346

Atlanta, Georgia 30356

United States

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Affiliations

Supporting Member
Optimist International

Supporting Member
Toastmasters International

Supporting Member
International Association of Facilitators

Supporting Member
American Society for Training and Development

Supporting Member
International Coach Federation

Supporting Member
National Speakers Association

Supporting Member
Screen Actors Guild Inc

Board Member
West Pasco Girls Fastpitch Softball Association

Education

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Marketing and Speech Communications

Appalachian State University

Masters Degree

Adult Education

Emory University

Web References (198 Total References)


Presenting to Millennials: What Not to Do In Front of Gen Y

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The AMA Playbook compiled eight tips from public speaking coach and Well Said founder, Darlene Price, on engaging and interesting an audience.


Annoying buzzwords to stop using at work - Business Insider

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"You need to avoid business jargon and be clear in order to get your point across and be heard," Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results," previously told Business Insider.

She says most clichs were once a fresh, creative way of expressing a popular thought or common idea.


Social -Balanced Living News

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"Words, poorly and unconsciously chosen, can indeed hurt not only first impressions, but also your credibility, relationships, and opportunities for career advancement," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results." Read more at http://www.businessinsider.co.id/never-say-when-you-meet-someone-new-2016-7/#wDoG1VIZVJRWOTQ8.99


What you should never say when you meet someone new - Business Insider

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"Words, poorly and unconsciously chosen, can indeed hurt not only first impressions, but also your credibility, relationships, and opportunities for career advancement," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results."

Price says that when you're nervous, you may speak without thinking, much faster than usual, and say more than is necessary.


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Whether you're introducing yourself to someone at work or meeting a possible client over coffee, what you say when you first meet someone new is so important because those opening words leave a lasting impression. "Words, poorly and unconsciously chosen, can indeed hurt not only first impressions, but also your credibility, relationships, and opportunities for career advancement," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said Inc., and author of "Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results." Price says that when you're nervous, you may speak without thinking, much faster than usual, and say more than is necessary. While we've all likely experienced foot-in-mouth syndrome at one time or another, keeping these talking points in mind the next time you meet someone new can help you avoid saying the wrong thing:SEE ALSO: 20 things you should never say to your coworkers DON'T MISS: 32 things you should never say to your boss 'I hate this company' or 'My boss is a jerk' Nothing tanks a first impression faster than negativity, Price says. Even when what you say is true, it's best left unsaid in a social or business setting, especially when you're putting your best foot forward in a first-time meeting. If you have a genuine complaint about someone or something, communicate the issue with the person who can do something about it, such as human resources — not your new contact. 'How much do you make?' The amount of money a person earns is a very personal matter. "It's considered rude to ask, and unconscionable on a first encounter," she says.

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