Welcome to the home of future (best-selling, widely renowned and rich) author Wang Yip

My fantastic books written for you.

Do you stumble words? Use crutch words? Can never think of the right word to use? Do you want to communicate effectively? Do you want to learn how the greatest speakers communicate with ease? Check out my books on public speaking below.

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A Guide to Evaluating Speeches

Evaluating speeches is not just an activity for those people that master toasts (i.e., Toastmasters) but also a way of practicing critical communication and leadership skills like listening, critical thinking and providing constructive feedback. This book will cover everything you need to know about evaluating speeches. For instance, what kind of things should you, as […]

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How to create and deliver great speeches: A seven day approach

Are you interested in learning how speakers create great speeches? What is the framework that they use? How do they manage their time and activities according to how long their speech should be? All great speakers have their own plan that they follow when they need to create a speech and I have shared my […]

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Latest Blog Posts.

I have crazy ideas and that's why I publish content almost weekly on random topics like productivity or tech tools. Take a look at my latest blog posts below.


Instantly become a nerd!

  I learned about this really cool web app called Instanerd – it releases bite-sized bits of useful information and quite frankly, although you can pick up a tip or two in a few minutes, I can see it being extremely easy to scroll for hours trying to absorb as much as you can. Very […]

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The 5 x 5 rule

Everyone has probably heard of the people rule, i.e., we are the average of the five people that we¬†spend our time with the most (or alternatively, your salary is the average of the five people that you hang out with most). I recently read from James Altucher that there’s actually a 5 x 5 rule […]

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Be more productive with 15 minute intervals

I read a very interesting article about a gentleman named Anthony Trollope who wrote at a crazy pace (47 novels, 18 works of non-fiction, 12 short stories, 2 plays and an assortment of articles and letters over a period of 38 years). http://jamesclear.com/anthony-trollope His strategy was to write in 15 minute intervals and to write […]

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Who the heck is Wang Yip?

Wang is a management consultant, distinguished toastmaster, author, entrepreneur and an idea machine and has written several books on public speaking. He is always interested in what his readers have to say (either positive or negative feedback) and welcomes honest reviews of his books or direct feedback (DM me on Twitter).


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