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OCA’s Bowling State Competition

OCA’s Bowling State Competition


OCA is hosting an event next week regarding the Bowling’s State Competition and Opening Ceremonies.

It will be on Friday, December 8th and Saturday, December 9th. The tournament will be held at the Boardwalk Bowl which is located on East Colonial Drive in Orlando. Aside from the Boardwalk Bowl, the Opening Ceremonies and Dinner will be Friday evening on December 8th at the University High School on Cougar Way in Orlando.


From 6:00-7:45 pm there will be dinner provided that the guests will be able to enjoy

After dinner, from 8:00- 9:00 pm the opening ceremony will begin

and from 9:00-10:00pm there will be a dance that the athletes will put on


So on Dec. 8th, the Bowling Singles Competition will happen and on Saturday the Doubles will happen

This should be a fun event so come out and support OCA and the kids that are involved in the competition. Don’t forget to cheer them on!

How Body Language Shapes Who You Are: a Powerful TED Talk by Amy Cuddy

How Body Language Shapes Who You Are: a Powerful TED Talk by Amy Cuddy

On October 12, 2012, American social psychologist Amy Cuddy hosted a TED Talk regarding the importance of body language and how it molds us as individuals. Throughout her talk, Ms. Cuddy uses different pictures of world leaders and business professionals engaging in social interactions, pointing out what they are and aren’t doing; as well as what the body language is saying.

This is an important TED Talk for any public relations specialist to watch because it explains how to present yourself in a confident manner. The worst thing a public relations specialist can do is look like they don’t even believe what they are saying. Our clients seek individuals who can come across strong, assertive, and confident; therefore it is important to listen to Ms. Cuddy’s advice on how-to carry yourself in that manner in a professional setting as our clients representative.

Understanding how body language works is the first step to being able to control it, using it to your advantage in any situation. Learn more about Body Language Do’s and Don’ts from Good Manners.