Today’s blog posts

From Pivotal Public Speaking

Public Speaking tip – Watch your language

From Pivotal Personal Best

Review of Great Taste no Pain

From WRB

Study: E-books take longer to read than print

From Pivotal  Kids books

Free online reading tools for kids

From Pivotal Teachers

Quote for the Day about teachers and teaching

Study: E-books take longer to read than print

(via Mashable)

— It takes longer to read books on a Kindle 2 or an iPad versus a printed book, Jakob Nielsen of product development consultancy Nielsen Norman Group discovered in a recent usability survey.


Today’s blog posts

From Pivotal Personal best

Is it time to change career?

From Pivotal Public Speaking

Writing a speech? Make Numbers Work for You

From Pivotal Kids

25 Ways to simplify your life with kids

From Pivotal Teachers

Re-Examining the Need For Using Technology in Instruction

Business jargon and management buzzwords – LOL

I just love this list – “A tongue-in-cheek guide to business jargon and management buzzwords since 2002”

For your Sunday – Inspired Faith

Psalm 90:14 asks of the LORD: Satisfy us in the morning with Your unfailing love, that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.

Sometimes Christians are far too good at “gloom and doom.” Our serious faith in a holy God is right and good, but we can never forget that our righteous, holy God is also a God of joy. In fact, Psalms also says that the fullness of joy is in God’s presence! (Psalm 16:11)

How often do you ask God to fill you with His joy? As He satisfies you with His unfailing love, no matter what’s going on in your life, you’ll be able to sing for joy!

Today, to give you a “joy boost,” …

Finding Joy w/Dvd

From: Inspired Faith

Today’s must-read “The Pacific” was made into a miniseries for television

The Pacific

Hugh Ambrose

In The Pacific, Hugh Ambrose focuses on the real-life stories of the five men who put their lives on the line for our country. To deepen the story revealed in the miniseries and go beyond it, the book dares to chart a great ocean of enmity known as The Pacific and the brave men who fought. Some considered war a profession, others enlisted as citizen soldiers. Each man served in a different part of the war, but their respective duties required every ounce of their courage and their strength to defeat an enemy who preferred suicide to surrender. The medals for valor which were pinned on three of them came at a shocking

Today’s blog posts

From the Pivotal Personal Best Blog

What do Cliffs Have to do with confidence?

From the Pivotal Public Speaking blog

5 Ways to Make Your PowerPoint Presentation Stand Out

From the Pivotal Kids books blog

Out now – the latest in the Hunger games trilogy

Books in a digital age

This is a brilliant trailer, and concept!

If you would like to pre-order this book for someone special (yourself maybe?), you can do it at

Today’s ezine – Pivotal personal best

and inside ….

Inspirational Story:  The Teddy

Article: The Power of Marketing – Charity Begins at Work

A link to an article on public speaking

A free ebook

This week’s “must-read”

Along with the usual quotations and computer corner

You can read it at

Today’s blog posts

From the Pivotal Public Speaking blog

Debunking the myths of public speaking

From the WRB Blog

Coming soon – Karen Azinger’s “The Steel Queen”

From the Pivotal personal Best blog

Thought for the Day